Finalists Announced in the 2018 Google Premier Partner Awards

By Anthony Capetola on Aug 27, 2018

As of earlier today, finalists in all categories for this year’s Google Premier Partner Awards were announced and published at:

https://premierpartnerawards.withgoogle.com/en/finalists

First, a big congratulations to all finalists in all categories.

And yes, if you checked that list, Sales & Orders is one of 7 finalists in the Shopping Innovation category!

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PriceJoy® By Sales & Orders Now an Official Google CSS Partner

By Anthony Capetola on Aug 13, 2018

We're extremely excited to announce that through our newly launched Comparison Shopping Service, PriceJoy®, we are now an Official Google CSS Partner.

By leveraging PriceJoy®, both EU-based and EU-targeting retailers can now list their products in the new, dedicated positions for Comparison Shopping Services on Google Shopping.

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Google Has Updated Policies for Showcase Shopping Ads

By Anthony Capetola on Aug 08, 2018

Notices have just started pouring in for retailers who are utilizing one of the more recent additions  to Google Shopping: Showcase Shopping Ads.

Google has announced a minor change to select governing policies about Showcase Shopping Ads.

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Check Out The New Google Merchant Center Diagnostics

By Anthony Capetola on Jul 30, 2018

We’re starting to see Google’s latest overhaul of Merchant Center and we are really liking the new look and feel of it.

The change was made to the Feed Diagnostics section. Google not only cleaned up the aesthetics, but they also added a lot more ease to filtering (among a few other “upgrades”).

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Google Shopping in the EU: What You Need to Know

By Anthony Capetola on Jul 23, 2018

It was the major talk of the town for a few months this year: The EU’s incredible anti-trust case against Google, but more specifically how Google had to alter Google Shopping in the European market altogether.

(You can read the exact details outlined in a memo released by the European Commission here.)

The bare bones of it all essentially boiled down to the belief that Google was allegedly abusing its market hold over comparison shopping in the EU. The European Commission alleged that Google was “favoring its own content and thus muscling out” its competitors in the various CSEs or Comparison Shopping Engines out there.

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