Here is a great tip from one of our account managers, Jason Bell, on how to use Shopzilla’s filter option. Take it away Jason.

In Shopzilla, on the manage bids tab, you have the ability to sort products by Bid Amount, Product Price, and/or COS. Simply click on the column header to alternate between the highest value for that category (for example, clicking bid amount will show the products with the highest bids and lowest bids).

Here are some useful things you can do using the Filter Products tab:

• Making cuts if you have a large product feed by filtering out products that already have zero bids

• Adding products bids back if they currently have zero bids and are within your COS goals

• Checking data or adjusting performance/bids using price buckets

There are a lot more possible uses for this however I typically use it more for adding products back in for clients who have TONS of listings. It allows me to splice up the data easier and limit it to products which will fit the criteria I have set for product additions.

Thanks flexing your ecommerce Account Management skills Jason. Merchant account usability is huge when optimizing thousands of product listings quickly and effectively.

 Yes, this is Jason as a child. And yes, he is just as strong and cool today.

 

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About the AuthorChris Pezzoli is an Account Integration Specialist and a Video Content Marketer at CPC Strategy. He strives to provided online retailers with up-to-date news about the Ecommerce industry along with tips and advice on managing comparison shopping engines, social media platforms, and SEO. See all posts by this author here.