Alternatives to ProductsUp

If you’re looking for an alternative to the German ProductsUp for feeding products to Google Shopping, Bing Shopping, Connexity and other channels, there are a few alternatives to consider.

If you want the absolute best shopping feed platform for marketing agencies, look no further than Feedonomics, which lets you easily enrich and optimize shopping feeds and then send them out to the various CSEs and Marketplaces.

Alternatives to Godatafeed

Godatafeed is a popular feed platform for small eCommerce stores to simply pass their products through to Google Shopping and other channels, but what if you want to do real optimization?

I don’t just mean making sure all attributes are not empty, I mean making sure all attributes are optimized to perform well.

For that you need an alternative to Godatafeed like Feedonomics, which lets you easily optimize your product feed by doing powerful noun insertion, color insertion, and more.

While Godatafeed is a very cookie cutter solution with inherent limitations, Feedonomics gives you a very powerful way to optimize your product feeds for google shopping, Amazon, and many more.

Alternatives to Merchant Advantage

You’re not alone if you’re tired of downloading and using clunky software that hasn’t been seriously updated in the last 5 years.

Is there a better solution for engines and marketplaces like Google Shopping, Amazon, and Bing? Yes! Feedonomics is the best shopping feed platform for agencies, and doesn’t charge based on “data load”. What’s awesome about Feedonomics is you can actually visualize and see both your raw and transformed data feed, without having to download to excel!

Also impressive is how easy it is to add bulk rules to a feed in Feedonomics, to speed up the entire feed optimization process.

Alternatives to Channel Intelligence

If you’re currently using Channel Intelligence for shopping engines like Google Shopping, Bing Shopping, and others, you have probably been notified that Channel Intelligence is moving to a more self-serve model for all but it’s largest retailers.

This move is a little surprising since Google acquired Channel Intelligence back in 2013, presumably to acquire more merchants for Google Shopping. Even more surprising was that many retailers stayed with Channel Intelligence after the acquisitiong, knowing that Google as the owner, is far less likely to recommend an omni-channel approach, and instead just recommend Google Shopping.

In any case, I recommend using Feedonomics – the best shopping feed platform to optimize and feed to channels like Google Shopping, Amazon, and Facebook Product Ads.