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Add More Supported Merchant Sites

WooCommerce Product Feed Manager by default comes with feed templates of 28 major merchant shops:

  • Google Shopping
  • Google Adwords
  • Amazon Seller Ad
  • Facebook Dynamic Ads
  • AdRoll.com
  • Yandex
  • Billiger.de
  • Pricerunner
  • Twenga.nl
  • Beslist
  • Tweakers
  • Kieskeurig
  • Heureka
  • Scoupz

  • Nextag
  • Pricegrabber
  • Kelkoo
  • Bing Ads
  • Become
  • Shopzilla
  • Shopping
  • Vergelijk.nl
  • Marktplaats
  • Daisycon
  • Spartoo
  • Sooqr
  • Koopkeus
  • CDiscount

However, the with WooCommerce Product Feed Manager Pro, you can get 8 more large merchant site product feed templates:

  • EBay (MIP)
  • EBay Seller Center
  • Bol.Com
  • Google Remarketing (DRM)
  • Fruugo
  • Leguide
  • Connexity
  • Wish.Com

Enable more supported merchant sites (Pro)

You will need to have the Pro version of the plugin to get this feature.

Go to Dashboard > Product Feed > Settings.

WPFM Settings Page

On top, click on the tab called Merchants.

Pro Supported Merchant sites

It will give you options to enable or disable merchant feed for all 21 supported merchant shops.

Simply toggle the button beside the merchant site in question.
**Blue means enabled and Grey means disabled.

Let’s say you enabled eBay (MIP).

Enable eBay (MIP)

Then check if it was added.

Edit an existing feed or add a new feed. Scroll down to the Feed Configuration section and click on the field for Merchant Type and you will find eBay (MIP) added to the list.

Merchant Added

eBay (MIP) feed generation

Unlike most merchant sites, eBay (MIP) has a different product feed format.

However, you can generate the required product feed that will be approved by eBay (MIP).

To generate product feed for eBay (MIP), you can follow the same way as you do to generate product feed for other merchants such as Google Shopping or Facebook Dynamics, expect one small step.

Once you set all the options for generating a product feed, and choose eBay (MIP) as the merchant type, you should get all the required fields ready.

eBay (MIP) Product Feed

Now, you can see that all the Attributes are assigned as ‘Attribute’ under the Type column.

eBay (MIP) Attribute Type

Here, you need to change Type to eBay Attribute for all the Attributes.

Simply click on the dropdown arrow and you will get three options, Attribute, Static and eBay Attribute.

eBay attribute

Choose eBay Attribute. Do this for all the Attributes Type.

eBay (MIP) Product Feed ready

That’s it. Now you can go ahead and publish or update the feed file, and it will be generated in the right format for eBay (MIP).