All about eBay Images: Requirements, Best Practices and Mistakes to Avoid

Posted on April 13, 2018 by Monica Axinte
Listing products on eBay is an important sales strategy for many online retailers. After all, eBay is the 38th most popular website in the world. It is the sixth most popular in both the UK and Germany. Here are some more stats that show the importance of eBay: People in 190 countries around the world bought something on eBay in 2017 7 million businesses and [...]
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Posted in: eBay

5 Google Shopping Strategies to Help SMBs Beat the Competition

Posted on April 6, 2018 by Monica Axinte
  Are you a small or medium company looking to compete on Google Shopping? Last year, online retailers spent 56% of their ad spend on Google Shopping. Across the board, there was an average 542% ROAS (according to a CPC Strategy study). With this in mind, who could blame you for wanting a slice of the action too? But as a small-medium enterprise, how can you [...]
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Posted in: Google Shopping

How CrunchPrice hacked the Naver Feed for Facebook Retargeting

Posted on March 29, 2018 by Monica Axinte
When CrunchPrice, the Korean eCommerce company that hacked Naver, approached us, they had a huge problem: Effectively advertising their products in Korea. How did CrunchPrice solve their problem? Well, they teamed up with us to hack the Naver Product Feed URL. This resulted in increased conversion with a significant reduction in their marketing spend.  This is [...]
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Posted in: Facebook

Feed Review 1.0 - Evaluate and Troubleshoot your Product Feed  

Posted on March 27, 2018 by Monica Axinte
We’ve said it many times. You know it. Your product feed is the foundation you build your shopping campaigns on. You can now evaluate and troubleshoot your feed directly in DataFeedWatch. Today, we are excited to announce the first version of our Feed Review functionality for all our customers. With Feed Review 1.0 you can check if the fields in your source feed [...]
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Posted in: Features & Functionality

eCommerce in Norway: Figures and Recommended Shopping Channels

Posted on March 23, 2018 by Monica Axinte
Norway is one of the richest countries in the world. It also has one of the most advanced eCommerce industries in the world and the second largest eCommerce Scandinavian market. In fact, eCommerce has been in a growth phase for several years. All predictions indicate this period of growth will continue into the foreseeable future. Click the links to go directly [...]
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Posted in: Shopping Engines

[Guide] How to Sell on Amazon in 9 Steps

Posted on March 19, 2018 by Monica Axinte
Are you looking to get more Sales on Amazon?  Amazon is currently the number-one eCommerce site for shoppers and it is expected to grow in popularity in 2017. So, should you be utilizing it? If you have items that can be sold on Amazon, there is no reason why it should not be attempted. We weigh up the pros and cons of having the products listed on Amazon and [...]
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Posted in: Amazon, Marketplace

eCommerce in Denmark: Figures and Recommended Shopping Channels

Posted on March 9, 2018 by Monica Axinte
Denmark has a well established and growing eCommerce industry. This is helped by good levels of internet access across the country as well as a high standard of living.  In fact, almost all Danes have access to a computer or smartphone, and the internet. To put figures on this, 96.1 percent of the population are internet users and 82 percent of them have shopped [...]
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Posted in: Comparison Shopping Engines

Case Study: How To Create Facebook Ads That Never Suffer Ad Fatigue

Posted on March 2, 2018 by Julian Reiche
As a full service eCommerce development and digital marketing agency, Northern Commerce’s clients often ask for advertising solutions that work at scale and look great on Facebook and Instagram. Using DataFeedWatch this blog post walks you through how to create Dynamic Ads that look great with lifestyle images from your store, this will allow you to make ads [...]
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Posted in: Facebook, Dynamic Product Ads

Optimize your feed with Google Spreadsheet lists

Posted on February 21, 2018 by Monica Axinte
The ‘’is in list’’ functionality, a long-time favorite of our customers, just got a new facelift. Until recently, you could only create list-based rules in DataFeedWatch by uploading these lists of products from your computer. Now, you can provide the URL location of a file with the list of products you want to use when creating feed optimization conditions.  [...]
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Posted in: Features & Functionality

DataFeedWatch Internal Fields: Your Personal Collection of Feed Rules

Posted on February 12, 2018 by Monica Axinte
DataFeedWatch Internal fields make it so much easier and efficient to optimize your feeds by saving tons of time and creating better mappings in one fell swoop.  Internal Fields enable you to create just one feed that will be used to map all your channels automatically. This also means that a single rule or change will immediately be applied to all your feeds. [...]
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Posted in: DataFeedWatch News

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