Google Base Terms of Service Updated

Google Base has updated their terms of service, and any merchant listed on there (and there’s no reason one shouldn’t be) will have 30 days to log into their account and accept the new terms or risk having their products being removed.

The process is as simple as logging into the Google Base dashboard, which will take you to the new terms, and checking off that you indeed accept them.

This is generally not an issue for anyone doing manual uploads via Google’s site, since Google requires feeds to be updated every 30 days before they’re taken down–but for merchants who automatically upload their products via FTP or another method, it could potentially be an issue to be aware of.

CPC Strategy was founded by former employees of the comparison shopping engines and understands first hand what it takes to manage a successful comparison shopping campaign. Contact us to find out how we can make the shopping engines work for you.

About the AuthorTien Nguyen is a co-founder of CPC Strategy and deals with data feeds in his waking hours and often in his sleep. He spends his free time with Rubik's cubes while rooting for the underachieving Raiders and UCLA sports teams where he graduated with a mathematics/economics degree. See all posts by this author here.

Comments are closed.