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Google Helps GoDaddy Merchants Get Free Exposure

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Google Helps GoDaddy Merchants Get Free Exposure

Online sellers on GoDaddy’s platform can now get greater exposure on Google thanks to a new integration designed to help sellers of all sizes get discovered.

Google had previously announced its planned integration with GoDaddy (and WooCommerce and Square) so merchants could integrate their product inventory across Search, Shopping, Image Search and YouTube

GoDaddy merchants can upload their products to Google, create free listings and ad campaigns, and review performance metrics without ever leaving the GoDaddy store.

Google announced, “By teaming up with platforms like GoDaddy, we are able to help even more businesses make more connections with shoppers who are eager to discover new brands.”

Read the full announcement on the Google blog, and GoDaddy merchants can learn more on the GoDaddy website.

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One thought on “Google Helps GoDaddy Merchants Get Free Exposure”

  1. Look Out – if GoDaddy is doing something to help sellers, it’s going to cost sellers big time. All GoDaddy is interested in is taking sellers for everything they are worth. I had a GoDaddy website for five years and every year GoDaddy raised their rates 25% and nothing improved or there were no added benefits. So I moved on to SITE123 – a much better site, better website, very helpful support and more reasonable in price. Dump GoDaddy and move on.

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