Are you new to Mergado? Or are you already an experienced user? This category will present you everything from small tips to full tutorials on how to get the most from Mergado and improve your advertising on comparison shopping services.
With Mergado, you can quickly get an overview of the changes you've made. Your edits appear after data has been regenerated. Data regeneration has severaloptions. Let's describe where you can use its particular types.
In Mergado, you manage advertising on comparison engines by creatingexports in which you edit data. If you have multiple exports and make some changes repeatedly in each export, you can make the process more efficient by creating a masterfeed. Let's show you how to set it up.
Recently, one of our users turned to our support to help him display only those products that are hidden in output in Mergado. This question has a simple solution that could be useful to other marketers or online store owners. That's why we've written a short guide for you.
We have recently presented the option of creating custom macros. Therefore, we will show you how to create such a macro. By learning how to add and set up macros, you can automate many tasks in Mergado.
One way to face e-commerce challenges during quarantine is to tune your feed more than ever before. Focus your attention on low-margin products. Here's how you can easily hide them in Mergado, so they don't slow down the profitability of your store.
If you learn how to segment your feed correctly, you'll get a way to easilymanageyouradvertising on comparison engines. By using the feed distribution, you can discover which type of goods is profitable for you and to what parts it is good to sort the feed. Here are the instructions on how to set up effective segmentation in Mergado.
Did you know that with Mergado you can edit not only feeds for comparison engines but also do generalmodifications of XML and CSV feeds, which you then use for importing into the online store or for wholesale partners? Let's see what Mergado can do as a data feed editor.
The previous two parts of the FAQ series have summarized the essential questions about feed regeneration and billing. In the third part, we'll answer your questions about payments for Mergado, tariffs, and discounts offered.
At the beginning of each month, Mergado is billed for the e-shops our users manage. Issued invoices are a frequent source of questions. Are you interested in their setting or changing the data? The second part of the Mergado FAQ series will get you all the important questions.
In support and workshops, users often ask us questions about the basics of Mergado. Whether you're one of them or you're new to using our tool, we've decided to create a new series of articles for you. Here you can find answers to many questions you may have when using Mergado. In the first part, we describe how automatic data regeneration works.