By Chris Dawson November 13, 2020 - 12:00 pm

How to make the most of Surfaces across Google
(and solve some of the early problems)

In mid-October, Google rolled out ‘Surfaces across Google’ in the EU - giving advertisers access to free listings inside the Google Shopping tab. However there were some early problems and if you're still not sure how to handle Surfaces across Google then today our friend,

Linn Academy Marketplace sessions

Linn Academy marketplace sessions naturally covered some of the biggest marketplaces but the segment is widening with social media and search engines getting into the online shopping game. You can view all of the sessions online and a great place to start with the Linn

xSellco ‘How to get on the Google Shopping Tab for free’ webinar

Google are now making it free for retailers to list their products on the Google Shopping tab throughout Europe and that includes the UK. Search results on the Google Shopping tab will consist primarily of free listings, helping retailers to connect with more customers, regardless

Unlock The Power of Google Selling Webinar

For many ecommerce businesses tapping into this Google presents the ultimate goal for continued growth. Now, with Google's Shopping tab being opened up, it's time to make sure you are on top of your game and ready to capitalise on traffic from search engines and

Google to add YouTube shopping feature

According to reports from Bloomberg Google is planning to implement a YouTube shopping feature to their video platform with a vast catalog of items that viewers can peruse, click on and buy directly from a video. YouTube have been getting content creators on the site to

Google My Business Account to inform consumers of open/close times

People are researching their visits to local stores and restaurants online before they go. For example, searches for "pick up" have grown globally by more than 3,000% year over year and searches for "takeout restaurants" have grown globally by over 5,000% over the same time.

Google Shopping levels the field between merchants and ecommerce giants

  Emily Ross is a startup founder, strategic marketer, and search marketing professional. She speaks worldwide—online and off—on innovation, entrepreneurship and technology and today looks at Google Shopping. Follow her on twitter on @emilyjaneross.   Google is making a bold strategic move to bypass Amazon and other online

xSellco Google partnership powers Google Shopping feeds and repricing

xSellco have been named an official verified Google partner. 'So what?' I hear you say, but this is actually a much bigger deal than it sounds, especially with Google rolling out the ability to buy from a retailer directly from Google search results with the

Google to pass Digital Services Tax on to advertisers

Google have joined Amazon as one of the large online businesses that don't fancy paying the Digital Services Tax introduced in the UK. It is intended to fairly tax large businesses which are domiciled overseas, with revenues above £500m, and operate paying less that what

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