Wp Product Feed Manager


Search WordPress.org for: Submit Toggle Menu. Showcase; Learn; Themes; Plugins; Mobile; Support. Five for the Future. 9- WooCommerce Google Feed Manager If you are selling your products and services through WooCommerce and you want to run shopping ads for your products then you might want to add Google feed manager. This plugin allows you to create your product feed and share it with Google’s search algorithm. In this PFM guide, you will learn how you can use the custom filter to generate product feed with your desired products only. Normally, when you create a new feed, by default, there are no filters applied. It is set up to add All Published Products. However, you might wish to include only certain desired products to the feed. In addition to support for all the common product types of WooCommerce, you can use this plugin to import complex product types such as Bookings, Subscriptions, Brands, etc. Moreover, it will be a great support in making changes to a large number of your products simultaneously.

Woocommerce Google Feed Manager is an extremely powerful and easy to use google shopping feed manager for Woocommerce web shops.
With Woocommerce Google Feed Manager you can easily add up to 100 products from your woocommerce store to a product feed setup that meets the requirements from Google Shopping.

We have connected al the required and recommended fields of the feed with the WordPress database. So after installation you’re ready to submit your product feed to your Google merchant center. But you can go even further and tweak the content of every field in order to maximize your revenue from your products in Google shopping.

You have very advanced and professional options at your disposal to make your products stand out, use titles different from your shop, change your product google categories depending on title names.

Premium Woocommerce Google Feed manager

If you love the plugin, or have more than 100 products in your woocommerce webshop we offer a full featured premium version.
if you’re a serious webshop owner and want to have absolute controle about over Google Shopping Feed you should start using our Premium Woocommerce Google Feed Manager

Sell your products on other selling channels

If you want to get your products shown in Price comparison, product aggregators, affiliate networks and selling channels we have our Premium Woocommerce Product Feed Manager supporting all shopping channels.
Increase your Sales, Show your products on worldwide selling channels and affiliate networks!
We have the most popular and important feed templates already installed like Bing, Pricegrabber, Amazon, Nextag, Beslist, Vergelijk.nl, Shopping.com, Connexity and more.

Everything you need to be successful!
You have full control over your Google feed, how your products are listed and what products you show and which products not.

  • Simple: Creating Google shopping feeds is very simple with our plugin,
  • Optimize: Tweak the feed in every possible way to improve performance,
  • Feed Updates: Changes in your Woocommerce store are reflected in your feed instantly with the scheduled update option,

Learn how to setup up your first basic feed in our online manual > Product feed manager manual


Step 1. Download the wp product feed manager plugin zip file from the WordPress Plugin Repository.
Step 2. Upload ‚wp-product-feed-manager‘ to the ’/wp-content/plugins/‘ directory
Step 3. Activate the plugin through the ‚Plugins‘ menu in WordPress

That’s basically it. You’re ready to create your first feed and start making money.

Take a look at the video. They lead you through the proces in creating your first product feed.

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How to setup a basic feed


Why should i go with your plugin?

We are very proud of our woocommerce Google feed manager and we think it is the most powerful plugin out there build by Product Feed Marketeers especially for woocommerce powered shops. Our plugin will help you to get the most out of your Google shopping account.

The power of the plugin is that you can add the data from your shop to any feed attribute required, recommended or supported by Google. Next to that you are able to alter the data from you wordpress woocommerce database so you can optimize the data you send to Google. We support custom product fields and product variations making our plugin even stand out more from the competition.

While you grow with your webshop you can start working with our Premium plugin for even more powerful features and even more channel to sell your products on.

How does the Google feed manager plugin work?

Basically the plugin will generate a xml product feed valid for the Google product feed guidelines. It will take the data from your woocommerce powered online shop and create a valid Google product feed. The plugin will automatically update the feed to reflect the changes of your products so the xml feed will contain the correct product data.

The only thing you have to do is add the xml feed url to your Merchant center and start selling in Google.

Any Issues? Start here

Start with the next steps when you have any issue with your installation and plugin.

First make sure you have all your plugins, theme and wordpress updated to the latest version. Follow woocommerce requirements as a minimum for the use of our plugin.

PHP 5.6 or greater
MySQL 5.6 or greater
WP Memory limit of 256 MB or higher for larger shops
If you have all of that sorted please follow the next steps before contacting us.

Deactivate and then activate the plugin. Test the issue.
If that does not resolve the issue, deactivate and reinstall the plugin over the current installation. Than activate it again and test the issue.
If it still does not work, remove the plugin through the plugins page (be aware, this will also delete all existing feeds) and reinstall it. Then test the issue again.

If the problem still exists, contact our support.

Feed Warning, invalid xml feed

There can be many reasons why a feed is invalid. We have build the feed in such a manner that it will only happen very sporadic.

In case it does please do submit your feed in your Google Merchant center and check what is going on in your feed in the Feed debugger from Google. It is very powerful and spot on.


This plugin is so flexible that you can do just about anything with your google feed. It has a little learning curve but once you master it, there are no limitations. When there is a problem, Michel is there immediately and will help you out - and in my case even add a modification to the plugin to make it happen.

Want to expose your WooCommerce products to a wider audience? Creating a product feed for the items in your store allows you to do a whole heap of nifty things like:

  • Getting your products listed in Google Shopping
  • Creating Facebook dynamic product ads
  • Getting listed in other comparison shopping engines
  • Selling your products on online marketplaces like Amazon
  • Allowing your affiliates to sell your products more easily

WooCommerce Product Feed Manager, the plugin I’m looking at today, helps you easily create one or more optimized product feeds from your WooCommerce products to take advantage of those cool uses. And it does this in a pretty detailed way – letting you create feeds for both product types and product variations.

I’ve used product feeds as an affiliate marketer before, but I’ve never looked at them from the perspective of an eCommerce store. For that reason, I’m excited to dig in and write this WooCommerce Product Feed Manager review. Let’s go!

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WooCommerce Product Feed Manager Review: The Feature List

As usual, I’ll start with a quick rundown of the plugin’s features before I dig into it hands-on.

Here’s everything you get with WooCommerce Product Feed Manager:

  • Create a feed for your targeted channel with just a few clicks (more on the available channels in a second).
  • Add categories that are specific to your feed for better conversion rates
  • Automatically create feed-specific fields to match your chosen channel
  • If you’d like, you can go in and manually change titles/descriptions, etc. or exclude specific products from your feeds
  • Your product feed automatically updates as you add new products or change existing ones

So what all channels does WooCommerce Product Feed Manager support? It’s a pretty solid list. I’ll list the big ones, but the full list is actually much longer. So even if I don’t list it here, the plugin may well still support it:

  • Amazon
  • Facebook
  • Google Merchant Center
  • Bing Merchant Center
  • Shopping.com (eBay)
  • PriceGrabber
  • Connexity
  • AvantLink
  • Commerce Connector
  • Adtraction
  • Bol.com

You can also always run a custom CSV or XML export. And because the developers are Dutch, the plugin also supports a number of Dutch sites as well.

Alright, let’s dig in and create a product feed.

How to Create a WooCommerce Product Feed With the Plugin

I have WooCommerce installed on my test site with all of the dummy data imported, so I’m ready to get started with my first WooCommerce product feed.

Once you activate the plugin with your license key, the first thing you need to do is install some channels. By default, none of the channels are installed. I like this because it lets you only enable the specific channels you’re interested in using.

You can do that by going to the Manage Channels tab and clicking Install for the channels you want to use:

Beyond clicking the Install button, there’s nothing else you need to do. It’s pretty dang simple.

Once you’ve added a channel, you’re ready to add a new feed.

Adding a New Product Feed

To add a new feed, you go to Add Feed, choose a name, and select your desired channel from the dropdown.

Then, some new options will appear where you can choose a default category and subcategories (based on the specific categories used by Amazon – a nice feature), whether or not to include product variations, and how often to update the feed:

Once you select a default category, more options will load that allow you to map the actual categories on your WooCommerce store to the categories and subcategories used on Amazon.

You can either map all of your categories to the same default category. Or, you can get more granular and configure specific categories and subcategories for each category on your WooCommerce store.

For example, if you wanted to map the Clothing category from your WooCommerce store to the Mens → Tops & Tees → T-Shirts category on Amazon, you’d set it up like this:

But you can also go more granular and map your Hoodies subcategory to one Amazon category, and your T-Shirts subcategory to another like this:

As you can see, it’s possible to get very specific here, which is nice because you want your feed to be as accurate as possible to maximize conversion rates. And while you can get detailed, it’s actually still simple to configure because everything about category mapping is done with drop-down menus.

It’s worth noting that only the categories that you check will show up in your feed. Additionally, if you’d like to get more specific with products that you exclude from your feed, you can use the Advanced Filters.

For example, you could use these filters to exclude products that are on sale:

And you can add multiple exclusion filters if needed.

Once you get the category mapping done, you need to go one step further and add Attribute Mapping.

This is where you match specific attributes and fields from your WooCommerce store to the fields required by Amazon.

You might need to put some thought into this, and it will take some time. But it’s still pretty dang easy because, again, it’s all done via simple drop-down menus.

The plugin will also do its best to set these up for you – you can see how it already configured the common fields (though you can go in and edit them if you’d like):

In addition to the default fields, you can also take advantage of advanced attribute mapping. With this feature, you can adjust the value of each attribute to optimize it for the specific channel that you’re creating the feed for. For example, you can set up conditions to adjust the values for some products, recalculate them, combine them, and lots more:

Once you’re finished, you just hit Save & Generate feed to finish up.

Viewing Your Product Feeds

Once you finish up your feed, you just need to Activate it enable automatic updates by going to Feed Manager → Feed Manager:

If you don’t activate it, your feed will still work…it just won’t automatically update.

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Then, you can find your feed at the provided URL.

Thoughts on WooCommerce Product Feed Manager

I think this plugin is quite clever. It turns what would otherwise be a complicated process into a simple process of drop-downs and text boxes. Even if you don’t know any code, you should be able to go through and customize your feed to get the mapping right.

Additionally, each channel has a different set of options to configure that are specific to that channel. While I showed you the process for Amazon in the section above, each channel template is 100% customized.

I also like that the plugin does its best to eliminate as much work as possible by pre-selecting fields wherever possible. While you can customize them if needed, the defaults are what you need in 99% of cases.

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And if you need a channel that’s not on the list, you can always create a custom channel template using your own mapping. While it might be time-consuming, the process will still use the same simple drop-down options.

All in all, a slick solution to handle the problem of creating product feeds for WooCommerce store items.

How Much Does WooCommerce Product Feed Manager Cost?

WooCommerce Product Feed Manager has a few different licensing options.

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First off, they sell a version that only includes the Google Shopping channel for €69.

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If you’d like all of the channels, the cheapest plan starts at €99 for a single site license. Other license plans offer higher site limits for more money – the feature list is the same.

I think that, if you’re serious about creating product feeds, that price is pretty affordable for the time that the plugin will save you versus trying to do this yourself.

I know there is a free plugin that offers similar functionality, but I played around with it for a few minutes and I don’t think it’s nearly as easy to use, nor does it offer as much functionality when it comes to easy category mapping and filtering.

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Plus, that plugin has limits on the number of products in your feed unless you pay to upgrade.

For that reason, if you want to build a product feed for your WooCommerce store, I definitely recommend you give WooCommerce Product Feed Manager a look.