My Shopify/Print On Demand products listed to Google fine once I got all the info added they wanted. However, when I see my products on Google they say: Printify and then the name of my product. Is there anyway to get that "printify" part off?
Is this a google shopping feed?
Check the vendor settings for your products. If it's set to printify, you'll need to change it to your brand name by creating a new vendor, and assigning it to the product in your store. You can then fire your updated feed to Google.
However, you'll also need to check your business setup in Merchant Centre. You set your business or brand name in there too.
The business setup is done in Merchant Center. If I change the vendor to me on the product page, will the orders still sync and go automatically to Printify?
Go to Google Merchant Center > Products > Feeds > click on your feed > feed rules > create a modification to replace the word printify with nothing.
Then reprocess all the product following the guide here: https://feedarmy.com/kb/how-to-reprocess-content-api-in-google-merchant-center/
You can always create feed rules in your Google Merchant Center and remove the 'printify' part off. If you have any issues in adding feed rules, follow the steps: Google Merchant Center > Products > Feeds > click on your feed > feed rules > Modification.
You can also use an app, Nabu for Google Shopping, this app helps you generate titles using AI that will give you maximum visibility on Google, helping you get more sales. This also has other features that can help you manage your feed and improve performance in Google Shopping.
Sampy Mishra | Customer Success Manager @ AdNabu
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