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PrestaShop Google Merchant Center

PrestaShop is an open-source e-commerce platform that allows individuals and businesses to create and manage online stores. Google Merchant Center, on the other hand, is a platform provided by Google that allows online retailers to upload their product data to be used for Google Shopping ads and other Google services. Integrating PrestaShop with Google Merchant Center can be beneficial for e-commerce businesses as it allows them to display their products in Google Shopping search results and reach a wider audience.

Here are the steps to set up PrestaShop with Google Merchant Center:

  1. Create a Google Merchant Center Account:
    • Go to the Google Merchant Center website (
    • Sign in with your Google account or create one if you don’t have one.
    • Follow the on-screen instructions to set up your account and provide the required information about your business.
  2. Prepare Your Product Data:
    • In PrestaShop, make sure you have detailed and accurate product data, including product titles, descriptions, prices, images, and unique product identifiers like GTINs (Global Trade Item Numbers), MPNs (Manufacturer Part Numbers), or brand information.
  3. Install and Configure Google Shopping Module:
    • PrestaShop often has modules or plugins available that can help you integrate your store with Google Merchant Center. Look for a Google Shopping module in the PrestaShop marketplace or extensions store.
    • Install the module and configure it according to your needs. You will typically need to connect it to your Google Merchant Center account.
  4. Generate a Product Feed:
    • Use the PrestaShop Google Shopping module to generate a product feed that complies with Google’s requirements. This feed will contain your product data in a format that Google can understand.
  5. Submit Your Product Feed to Google Merchant Center:
    • In Google Merchant Center, go to the “Products” section.
    • Click on “Feeds” and create a new feed.
    • Upload your product feed file generated by PrestaShop. Google will validate the feed and provide feedback if there are any issues.
  6. Verify and Monitor Your Products:
    • Google Merchant Center will review your product data for compliance with its policies. Ensure that your products adhere to Google’s guidelines.
    • Regularly monitor your product listings in Google Merchant Center for any errors or disapprovals and make the necessary updates in PrestaShop.
  7. Set Up Google Shopping Ads:
    • Once your products are approved, you can create Google Shopping ad campaigns to promote your products to a broader audience.

Remember that Google’s requirements and policies for product data may change over time, so it’s essential to stay updated and ensure that your product listings always comply with their guidelines. Integrating PrestaShop with Google Merchant Center can help you expand your online presence and increase your e-commerce sales through Google Shopping.

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