Google is updating Browse Console with a function that streamlines listing items in the Google Browse shopping tab.
Google is making it much easier for ecommerce shops to get their items showcased in the shopping tab in search results page. An upgrade to Google Browse Console makes it possible to list products in the shopping tab without submitting an item feed or re-verifying your
website. Now, you can get items listed in a couple of clicks using Search
Console. Here’s how to do it. Noting Products In The Shopping Tab Via Google Search Console Google is presenting a new feature in Browse Console for sites making use of item
structured information. A new navigation item in Search Console titled Shopping tab listings will take you to the function where you can link 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 triggered to develop one utilizing a simplified sign-up procedure. Using the streamlined sign-up procedure,
you can bypass a number of actions, such as confirming ownership of your website and sending an item feed. After linking your Merchant Center account to Browse Console, all you have to do is keep your structured information as much as date to get products noted rapidly. Updated Guidance On Item Structured Data On the subject of item structured data, it deserves revisiting the upgraded guidance Google released this past July. If you offer several variations of a product, and they each have a devoted web page, it’s a good idea to use distinct structured information for all products. Formerly, Google didn’t define whether variations of products would take advantage of having special structured data. Now we understand there’s a benefit, at least when it pertains to structured data. Source: Google Featured Image: Casimiro PT/Best SMM Panel