Uploading your product data to Google Product Search is a terrific (and free!) way to increase exposure to your eCommerce site. And now that same data feed that you provide to Google can be used to make print catalogs.
However, there is one problem that we are seeing frequently — each size and color is listed as a separate product. This is not correct. Instead, each color and size should be listed as a separate variant of a product.
You already know that Catalog-on-Demand can make catalogs from your Google data feed in a matter of minutes (click here if this is new to you).
But how do you keep it up-to-date? You'd like to post your PDFs on your site for customers to download. But that does not make sense if the PDFs will be outdated as soon as you start changing the product data. You want your PDF to be in sync with the content in your e-store.
If you sell products online, you already know about Google Product Search. This is how shoppers find the products on your site. It is a powerful and free way to increase traffic and sales to your store.
Now the same data feed that you use for Google can be used to make custom print catalogs and brochures.