The Tech Giant Google Has Launched its very new Shopping service in India. The Google Shopping Tab will allow users to get instant and more personalised shopping experience.
User can also get reviews, top offers, and price filters all at one place. This Shopping tab will help you find more relevant and quick results related to your search term.
You will find this Shopping tab in your Search page, aligned with other tabs like images, news, videos. If Shopping Tab does not appears there, just click on ‘More’ and select Shopping. You can Also Visit the Shopping page directly using this URL- https://www.google.com/shopping
Google Shopping Tab Feaures
This Shopping tab will allow customers/buyers to browse various products, offers across various categories. Users can easily check and compare prices from various retailers whether it is online or offline.
The user will get all information about any product on google search page, you don’t need to visit various websites to compare prices of any product. To make your shopping experience more better it has many smart features like price cut and collections of various products.
This Shopping Tab will allow users to post any queries related to product in Hindi and English. Using this Shopping Tab user can also see local store inventory, product lists, and reviews of products.
There is an option in the Google lens app which is called as Smart Search, which will help a customer to directly find the product just by pointing the smartphone camera on that product.
Google has launched the ‘Merchant Center‘ for retailers, by which retailers can list their product on this Shopping Tab. This will help retailers to reach out to many customers without running any paid ad campaign.
Google’s this approach will help retailers and customers to connect easily, here the transaction and deliveries will have to be handled by the merchant itself, Google will not provide any Payment gateway or Shipping. It is just a platform to list your products and to reach
Google Vice President Product Management Surojit Chatterjee told reporters here- “India has over 400 million internet users. However, only one-third of these have shopped online and that number includes those buying railway tickets online. From seasoned desktop shoppers to first-time users with entry-level smartphones, we hope this new shopping experience will make finding what people are looking for just a little bit easier,”
Chatterjee said merchants will not have to pay any fee for listing their products for Google Shopping.
So, let’s see how this will work for a very large