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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.
To create Google local inventory ads, you will need to create a google local product inventory feed. You can do this through ShoppingFeeder in a matter of minutes by following the steps below.
If you want to create local inventory ads in a European country, Google requires that you verify your website’s About page. This article gives you a simple, step-by-step guide to the verification process.
If you want to create Google local inventory ads and Shopping actions , you will first need to link your Google Merchant Center account with your Google My Business account. This will link your inventory information with your store information. Follow the simple steps below to link your accounts.
If you want your business information to show up in search queries on Google, you need to upload the appropriate info in a spreadsheet to Google My Business. This will create a location with all the necessary information your customers need to find your physical store. Your store location must be uploaded if you want to make use of Google’s local inventory ads.