Google Shopping Feed Pro

Suitable for medium-sized sites, filling product catalogs, one-time and short-term advertising campaigns.


All options available

Crawl up to 10k URLs

14-day URL

Free Product Feed Public free
500 URLs   Basic set-up   No updates   14-day URL

Automatic Product Feed from $5.00/Mo
15k … 100k URLs   Full set-up & Management   Auto updates   Hosted URL

Website root URL:
For example: http://website.tld
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Choose a way to collect inventory data

Collect data by site crawling


WooCommerce direct import


Direct import with Shopify API


Load data from a CSV/TSV file


Processing settings: General settings are used by default. Click to view or change settings.

Crawler Settings

Turbo mode through proxy servers Average speed/load: Crawler mode and identify: Max crawl time: Max page-level depth:

Crawl Options

Follow the rules set in the robots.txt file Don't crawl content marked as noindex Don't crawl links marked as nofollow Follow & consolidate canonical URLs Indexing AJAX (hashbang) Crawl HTML forms Crawl framed content Crawl javascript

Data Extraction and Feed Settings

Data extraction algorithm: Include additional product photos Specify promotional prices Description formatting: Indicate product categories Indicate product parameters Exclude duplicates by: Product name Product photo

General product data defaults

Product availability: Product condition: All products in my store are sexually explicit or erotic
 ! Don't check this option if you sell products of various categories

lothing and footwear product defaults

Default gender: Default age group:

Merchant parameters

Website name: Website currency by default: Sales Tax Rates (USA only)

Delivery params

Include shipping parameters

Set up UTM tracking

Add UTM tracking code to the URLs

Additional files

Export products to a CSV file

Custom URL Exclusion Rules

In the URL pattern, you can use any substring and the wildcard *, which means any sequence of characters. For example: *.jpg or /uploads
Exclude URLs that contain: Remove Filter 

+ Add custom rule