Store owners naturally want to sell as many products as possible. OO Shopping is a powerful partner that willing to help you to do that. You can open and manage your own webshop for free at the online shopping mall OO Shopping. This is also possible if you already have your webshop, or if you own a physical store and want to have an online channel with it. With OO Shopping, you can get started quickly and easily without much investment!
Since the product data fields in Google Adword and Magento 2 are fully compatible, store’ s admin can apply these parameters to their product data, which generates Product Feed. For the reason that Magento 2 now does not support feed generating, we need to use a Product feed plugin. OO Shopping allows you to upload your feed as CSV, XML file. Here, Mageplaza will guide you to upload the CSV file.
Access to www.ooshopping.nl, log in by your Google/Gmail account to use OO Shopping.
Note: After you sign up for OO Shopping, please go to Gmail to confirm and start logging in.
Since Magento 2 does not support to generate product feed, in this article, we introduce the Product Feed Module by Mageplaza.
To begin with, go to
Products > Catalog > Product Feed > Manage Feeds > Add New Feed
Cron job to generate feed automatically, whereas
Manual allows admin to create feeds manually.
The file results after using Product Feed extension is as below:
FAQ voor verkopers> Click
Maak uw shop aanto create your own store
Shop makento register your store. Remember to visit the gmail you registered to activate the store.
Note: The email address used to register your store and the email login must be different.
Nieuwe records toevoegen> click
Choose file to start uploading your feed
Integrate feed fields with your store’s fields > select
Volgende Stap to move to the next step.
Start de import
Product feeds uploaded successfully
Note: You need to pay some fee if you want to advertise and deliver your product at OO Shopping
Note that OO Shopping allows you to upload your feed in XML, CSV format. You have to pay some cost to advertise the products in your store.