This article will explain what GTINs are and how they fit into your feed management and marketing.
To advertise your products on Google Shopping, you will first need to create a product feed and provide it to the merchant center.
Inventory verification is how Google ensures that the products in your local data feed match the products you actually have in-store.
Once you have created your local inventory feed, you will need to enable local ads in your Google Shopping campaigns in order to showcase your local products.
Before creating and uploading your local inventory feed to the merchant center, you will first need to enable local inventory ads. The steps listed below will enable the ads, but to complete the setup you will need to follow our comprehensive guide to local inventory ads.
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