Search Engine Data Feed Inclusion Services.
Comparison shopping search engines such as Shopping.com, Yahoo Shopping, and Froogle provide an added source of targeted traffic to your website. Your complete product line is automatically displayed to buyers that are in the final stage of the sales lifecycle. Once the user finds the right vendor based upon their own personal criteria, the deal is closed. Since sending your product information and updated pricing manually would be a counter-productive and time consuming task, the main shopping search engines utilize what are known as data feeds. These small files are picked up or uploaded to the engine at scheduled intervals.
Depending on the structure of your product database (assuming your shopping cart uses a database, if your cart uses text files the same can be accomplished), we're able to develop a custom application to seamlessly communicate with the shopping search engines and require little or no manual user intervention. We've helped clients from around the world facilitate the consistent distribution of their products in front of consumers. Whether your product line consists of 10 items or 10,000 items, our shopping engine data feeds are a great fit.
Discuss your shopping search engine data feed options.
There are various types of shopping search engines available today, and all have their pros and cons. Most also have varying fee structures. Shopping.com, for instance, charges on a cost-per-lead basis (as opposed to cost-per-click like some engines) and products submitted to Shopping.com also appear on Epinions.com, Dealtime.com, and more. Froogle, Google's comparison shopping portal, does not currently charge for their services. We're partial to Froogle because of it's extremely user-friendly interface and easy "drill down" functionality.
If you're serious about showcasing your product offerings to the right crowd at exactly the right time, look no further than shopping search engine data feeds. Call our client support team for more information or to schedule a free, no-obligation expert needs analysis.