Data Feed Optimization Using Multi-Condition Rules to Exclude Products

Posted on May 26, 2014 by Jacques van der Wilt
  Sometimes you want to specify exactly which products to exclude: Not all products below $50, but only the ones that are from a certain brand and product type. That is why you can set multiple conditions in your Exclude tab and be as exact as you want to be.
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Posted in: Data Feeds, DataFeedWatch News, Features & Functionality

Ninja Level Data Feed Optimization Using RegExp

Posted on April 17, 2014 by Mateusz Miodek
Those of you who already are using DataFeedWatch might have noticed the word “regexp” in mapping options. In this article I will explain how RegExp can be used in our app, but let’s first clarify what exactly RegExp is. A regular expression (RegExp for short) is a special text string to describe a search pattern. You can think of regular expressions as wildcards [...]
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Posted in: Data Feeds, DataFeedWatch News, Features & Functionality, Tips & Tricks

Segment Analytics Accurately - Filter Products, Custom View

Posted on March 24, 2014 by Jacques van der Wilt
If you advertise hundreds or thousands of products on several channels, the amount of data may easily become overwhelming. You don't want to see all data: you want to review relevant data. We added two very cool tools that enable you to segment your Analytics data accurately:
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Posted in: Features & Functionality, Tips & Tricks

Different Shipping Rates for different Methods or Regions. New in DataFeedWatch

Posted on October 8, 2013 by Jacques van der Wilt
How can you charge different shipping cost for different regions or methods or delivery times? That is not possible in the Google Merchant Center, but in DataFeedWatch you can!
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Posted in: DataFeedWatch News, Features & Functionality, Google Shopping, Tips & Tricks

Create Any Field in Your Product Data Feed with Custom Fields

Posted on October 1, 2013 by Jacques van der Wilt
  Shopping channels have specified exactly which fields they want to receive (ID, Title, Price, etc). But sometimes you want to send relevant information for which they don’t have a field. That is why DataFeedWatch offers Custom Fields: fields that you name and define, that you can add to your shopping feed.   How does it work? For all channels that accept [...]
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Posted in: Comparison Shopping Engines, Data Feeds, Features & Functionality

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