Katy here from Shopify. I hope you are keeping well and enjoying this busy but exciting time of year!
Listing your products on comparative websites can be a great way to attract new customers and hopefully increasing your sales!
Shopify does provide you with the Product feed URL for your store. To access this, you will need to append .atom to either all of your collections or to a specific collection URL.
We do also have some apps which can help you with this too from our App store. For example:
There is also some additional info on working with comparrison shopping engines here in our blog too, which you may like to have a look at.
Feel free to let me know how it goes for you.
Thanks for chiming in here.
Yes, "yourstorename.com/collections/all.atom" refers to all of the products in your store - all of the products within each of your collections
While "ourstorename.com/collections/collectionname.atom" allows you to break this down per each individual collection.
I hope this helps!
Hey, @RSEngineering !
Thanks for chiming in. When setting up a feed to the Google Merchant Centre for Google Shopping we do have an app that can help you with this. This allows for the product feed to be synced automatically for you - there is a more detailed guide on this here which may help you out. Was this what you had set up previously, can you recall?
The Google Manufacturer Center does have different requirements (details on this from Google here). These are not synced via our Google Shopping app. For this you would need to look into a specific product feed app or custom feed solution to sync up this additional data. Some apps which offer custom solutions include:
Or instead you may like to chat with a Shopify expert, depending on your own specific business needs.
I hope this helps you out.
Hi, @Roy0031 !
Thanks so much for chiming in here.
In terms of syncing products data from multiple Shopify sites to one single Shopify site, this would require the use of an app. There are some options here which may help you out:
If you just want to import once for example, you could then use CSV files. I hope this helps.