@Czarto unless I am wrong, stripping out all the parameters would actually prevent Google from seeing them, no? I tested the changes on Merchant Center and nothing would be seen aside from the remaining parameters (including currency). I have tested @Endlesslearning solution and it seems to work for what I need to do. (Mostly see which ad is generating a sale via Shopify + Google Analytics) I am personally using "Content API.title"
@Puda Google Analytics can usually properly categorize stuff without the need of explicit UTM tags, in particular for "search" traffic. Any Shopping traffic coming from Google Ads (paid) will be properly categorized due to GCID being passed (UNLESS your GA account is set to allow UTM tags to override GCID parameters). Any untagged organic Shopping traffic will be categorized in whatever way GA decides (I **assume** as organic search, but I'm not sure).
I don't think there's a single "right" way to do this, so if you're implementation works for you, then that's probably good enough!
The products in sag_organic represent Surfaces Across Google. These boundaries are Shopify's method of encouraging you to track the natural free traffic coming from Google Shopping.
You can look at the app we have developed, the Easy Google Shopping Feed app by AdNabu for Shopify. You can bulk edit all the fields and the changes will be pushed to the Google Merchant Center within a couple of minutes.
Some of the other features of our app include:
You can also get in touch with our experts and request a demo.
Hope this helps.
Sampy Mishra | Customer Success Manager @ AdNabu
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