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Tsai
post Mar 31 2011, 01:15 PM
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Are there any plans to have a Bing Shopping Product Feed created? If so, when?

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mdsource
post Apr 1 2011, 03:26 PM
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QUOTE (Tsai @ Mar 31 2011, 02:15 PM) *
Are there any plans to have a Bing Shopping Product Feed created? If so, when?

Thank you

Can't you upload one yourself? MS Bing Products Listing, getting started

Ready to get started? Please follow the steps below: Getting Started on Bing Shopping Feeds

1. Determine your eligibility to participate in the Bing Shopping Program:

Your store must be domiciled in the United States. A good test is if your company or U.S. subsidiary has a U.S. Employer Identification Number (EIN).
You must conduct transactions in U.S. Dollars (USD).
You must conduct legal transactions.
You must not sell illegal or restricted products.



2. View or download the Merchant Integration Guide to:

Create your data feed.
View an example feed with guidelines (download a PDF version).
Register and set up your Bing shopping account at Microsoft adCenter.
Review feed submission methods and activation steps.



For additional guidance, please visit the Bing Shopping Merchant FAQ or consult with the community via the Bing Shopping Merchant Forum. To find out more about the Bing Shopping policies and guidelines, see the Terms-of-Use page.
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ArmyNavy
post Apr 1 2011, 04:14 PM
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FWIW, Bing now requires a credit card to register for this service.

(They say it's only to be used if you create an ad - not a feed. But still.....)

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Tsai
post Apr 5 2011, 12:06 PM
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Can't you upload one yourself? MS Bing Products Listing, getting started


That's a whole different issue I'm having. I don't understand how to do it correctly. That's why I ask if Network Solutions has any plans on doing it. It would be so much easier if they did.
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lynn44
post Apr 5 2011, 01:26 PM
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I created a Feed in the googlebase format and chose all of the possible columns available in my feed. I saved it as bingshopping. I opened it in Excel. I then opened, in another excel window, the sample from Bing of what they want in their feed. Now take the Bing file, slap the google feed just beneath it so you can see both header columns at the same time. Change the headers in the Bingshopping to match what Bing wants. It is time consuming but once you create one, and do it a few times, it is very easy, you are just renaming columns to match what each company wants, and in some cases you may have to add something like shipping cost or in stock status, etc. Yes, it will be great if in the future revisions NetSol adds it in but haven't heard that they will.
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