Items not showing in google search

Hi, I have listed 2 items so far. I have put both the UPC and the MPN and yet they do not show on Google. What am I doing wrong ? Thank you in advance.

asked about 1 month ago

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answered about 1 month ago

There are a few things you can check.

Make sure you do have your items going to google shopping
Booth Settings
Title and Overview
Add my items to Google Shopping make sure Yes is selected

Also under Booth Settings
Make sure you selected 9% Basic Fee this will reflect in your fvf of 9% at Most if the sale is made through a google shopping click

Also check under

Selling Dashboard
Ad Troubleshooter to check and see if your items are going to google shopping or if there is anything wrong with the feed…

And finally as a suggestion
There are several listings for the same patterns in google shopping from etsy and ebay..the pictures are bright and clear. Google shopping might reject or not show listings with less than clear pictures

Suggest either editing the photo to make it brighter and trim a bit or make new photos under better lighting

answered about 1 month ago

Reputation: 11888
See ccmom's booth


SMB_Emporium October 22, 2020

“Add my items to Google Shopping make sure Yes is selected” YES IS SELECECTED

SMB_Emporium October 22, 2020

“Also check under Selling Dashboard Reports” I THINK MY PROBLEM WAS HERE, THANK YOU

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