Google is updating Browse Console with a function that streamlines listing items in the Google Search shopping tab.
Google is making it simpler for ecommerce shops to get their items showcased in the shopping tab in search engine result. An update to Google Browse Console makes it possible to list items in the shopping tab without submitting an item feed or re-verifying your
website. Now, you can get products listed in a couple of clicks using Browse
Console. Here’s how to do it. Listing Products In The Shopping Tab Via Google Browse Console Google is rolling out a new function in Browse Console for websites utilizing item
structured data. A new navigation item in Search Console entitled Shopping tab listings will take you to the function where you can connect a Merchant Center account.
Screenshot from: https://developers.google.com/search/blog/2022/11/shopping-tab-with-search-console/, November 2022. If you do not have a Merchant Center account, you’ll be prompted to produce one utilizing a streamlined sign-up process. Utilizing the streamlined sign-up process,
you can bypass a number of steps, such as confirming ownership of your site and sending an item feed. After linking your Merchant Center account to Browse Console, all you need to do is keep your structured data up to date to get products noted rapidly. Upgraded Guidance On Product Structured Data On the subject of product structured information, it’s worth revisiting the upgraded assistance Google released this previous July. If you offer numerous variations of a product, and they each have a dedicated website, it’s recommended to use unique structured data for all products. Formerly, Google didn’t define whether versions of items would benefit from having special structured data. Now we understand there’s a benefit, a minimum of when it comes to structured data. Source: Google Included Image: Casimiro PT/Best SMM Panel