How to create a Curalate feed
You will need to fill out the information in this contact form to begin the process of setting up your store and feed with Curalate http://lp.curalate.com/demo?utm_channel=website.
Required Curalate Fields with description of each field
|Product ID||Unique product identification number|
|Product Title||Text title of product|
|Product URL||Direct URL link to the main product page|
|Product Image URL||Direct URL link to the main product image|
Optional Curalate Fields with description of each field
|Product Grouping ID||Identification number to order your products in different groups|
|External ID||Identification used on product description page|
|Product_Category||For products broken out into categories that you want to represent in your feed i.e. Apparel|
What formats does Curalate accept (CSV, XML, API, etc)
Curalate accepts flat text-based files in the following formats:
- Comma-Separated-Values (.CSV or .TXT)
- Tab-Separated-Values (.TSV or .TXT)
- Space-Separated-Values (.SSV or .TXT)
- XML, ATOM or RSS type (.XML)
How to send your feed (FTP, URL, etc)
URL, FTP, SFTP URL, SFTP dropbox, Shopify feed
To send the feed just submit your URL, FTP/SFTP URL or upload the file into the SFTP dropbox setup for you. If you are sending the file via Shopify then you will need to supply your Shopify API Credentials, Shopify Store URL and Shopify Feed Ingestion URL.
If you use Shopify, you shouldn’t just send your feed before optimizing it though!
Need help in optimizing your feed and getting it to Curalate? We can help, feel free to contact us below.
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