Start promoting your products on the Shopping tab with Search Console

November 16, 2022

Google Search Console is introducing a new section for Shopping tab listings to help online store owners show their products on the Shopping tab. This change will roll out gradually over the next few weeks.

Eligible online store owners that have implemented product markup will see a new section called Shopping tab listings. With this new option, there is no need to submit a product feed; merchants only need to keep product structured data up-to-date. This streamlined experience will get products quickly on the Shopping tab on Google and help merchants reach people looking for products.

You can read more about this change here:

Google has announced that merchants can now submit their product listings directly to Google Shopping through Search Console. This feature is currently in beta, and merchants can get started by navigating to the "shopping tab listings" section in Search Console and following the instructions.

This is a great way for merchants to ensure that their products are appearing in Google Shopping, and it also gives them more control over their product data. In the past, merchants had to rely on third-party data providers to submit their product listings to Google Shopping. Now, they can submit their own product data directly to Google.

Google has also announced that they are working on a new "merchant center" for merchants to manage their product listings. This merchant center will allow merchants to see how their products are performing on Google Shopping, and make changes as needed. The merchant center is not yet available, but it is expected to launch later this year.

If you have any questions or concerns about this new feature, you can reach out to Google via the Google Search Central Community or on Twitter.

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