Google Merchant Centre - Mismatched value (page crawl) [price] - Dawn 2.0

hsellak
New Member
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Hi all,

I've been trying to fix this error for days now but no success: Mismatched value (page crawl) [price]

I'm having the problem only for products with many variants and especially the ones on sale. 

The closest to solve the problem is FeedArmy (https://feedarmy.com/kb/shopify-microdata-for-google-shopping/) but as explained by someone else the files mentioned in the tutorial are different for the Dawn 2.0 theme which I'm using now.  The product.liquid is now a json file and in the main-product.liquid section there is now mention of structured data. The question is where should I paste the code? and I also can't find the social-meta-tags.liquid.

I'm using an automatic conversion converter with subdomains: e.g., for someone from Australia the currency will be automatically changed to AUD and the URL will start with au.nameofstore.com; and so on for the rest of the countries. How is this going to affect my feed and Google Merchant Centre approval? Subdomains and automatic currency conversion are very important to me; so I really hope there's a workaround for this to work without affecting approval of Google Merchant Centre account.

Last question, I'm using the "Feed For Google Shopping" app to dynamically create my products feed but I also installed the Google app. Is having both going to affect the approval in anyway? Maybe confusing two different data sources that might confuse Google Merchant Centre.

Thanks in advance, much appreciated.

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ilanadavis
Shopify Expert
53 7 13

Hi there,
Are you using the International Domains from Shopify and geotargetting using their settings or an app to automatically convert prices? Using geotargetting to adjust pricing is often a culprit here and Google doesn't want you to geotarget. If you can share your URL, I'd be happy to take a look if you aren't sure.

I wrote an article about this recently as well which may help.  https://www.ilanadavis.com/articles/the-multi-currency-seo-issue-plaguing-shopify-stores-but-no-one-...

JSON-LD for SEO is a structured data app and we have a custom setting that can use the cart currency (what's displayed to your customer) in the structured data, but there's risk associated with that if you are wanting to advertise in a currency other than USD.

Ilana Davis, a Shopify Superhero working with e-commerce shops to remove friction from the buying process.
Owner of JSON-LD for SEO, a Shopify app that adds structured data to your theme, getting you more organic traffic through Rich Results.
ilanadavis
Shopify Expert
53 7 13

Hi @hsellak,

The currency converter app is causing your issues because it's geotargeting and Google will always come from a US IP. If you want to advertise, I recommend turning off geotargetting.

You can always turn Vitals off, submit your feed and see if it works though I'm betting it does.

International Domains on Shopify already has the currency conversion for you and using the selection drop-down is a perfectly acceptable user experience and what Google wants you to do.

If the geotargetting means more to you, that you will continue to run into issue with your feed and SEO.

Ilana Davis, a Shopify Superhero working with e-commerce shops to remove friction from the buying process.
Owner of JSON-LD for SEO, a Shopify app that adds structured data to your theme, getting you more organic traffic through Rich Results.
hsellak
New Member
7 0 0

Hi @ilanadavis,

Thanks for the clarifications. I made the changes you mentioned: disabled the conversion converter app and kept only Shpoify International domain; however I still have the Mismatched value (page crawl) [price] problem Any solutions?

Thanks again.

Hamza

EmmanuelFlossie
Shopify Partner
1227 65 288

You can install it on the theme.liquid file instead.

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hsellak
New Member
7 0 0

Hi @EmmanuelFlossie,

Can you please elaborate? 

There's the code that I need to add to product.liquid -> so you think that I can add it to theme.liquid (and where exactly?)

And there's this code that need to be replaced -> <div id="shopify-product-reviews" data-id="{{product.id}}">{{ product.metafields.spr.reviews }}</div> (not sure where to find it in the Dawn 2.0); I'm also using Loox for reviews (any help).

How about the Opengraph Fix and the social-meta-tags.liquid? Where and how I can fix this on Dawn2.0.

Thanks in advance.

 

EmmanuelFlossie
Shopify Partner
1227 65 288

I have updated the article so you can follow all the steps.

 

However, add the code inside the body for theme.liquid.

If you are not using Shopify reviews, then skip the step to remove the partial coding.

For the meta tags, the file is called meta-tags.liquid

 

Please remember there are thousands of themes, and writing instructions for every single theme is simply not viable. So if the tutorial is not 100%, you need to search the files in the theme.

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ilanadavis
Shopify Expert
53 7 13

Hi there,

It usually takes a few days for Merchant Center to catch up. Can you try again?

When I visit your URL from the US, I'm automatically redirected to us.splendidkitchen.shop and the price is in USD which matches the structured data.

Using via a VPN for Australia, I am redirected to au.splendidkitchen.shop and the price is in AUD which matches the structured data.
 
The challenge you may run into if it's still an issue, is depending on what domain you're sending in your file. For example, if you're sending just splendidkitchen.shop, your price data must be in USD because that's what Google will see. But if you send au.splendidkitchen.shop and your feed is in AUD, it should be correct.
 
Unless I'm misunderstanding the issue.
Ilana Davis, a Shopify Superhero working with e-commerce shops to remove friction from the buying process.
Owner of JSON-LD for SEO, a Shopify app that adds structured data to your theme, getting you more organic traffic through Rich Results.