Selling On Google


How It Works


Choose Your Products

Your channel comes pre-filled with all the Green Rep products (if you wish), or you can select the products you want by brand, category or individual items, it is totally up to you.


Select Your Domain

Select a domain name of your choice to generate your channel and provide your store front with a unique company name and logo, so that you can be found across the internet.

Sell To Your Customers

The products will go live once the URL feed is added to your Facebook account. New products and inventory changes will be updated automatically from our end.

We Process Your Orders

Everything will be handled for you when your customers place their orders. Customers only see your company and channel name, we are in the background not seen by your customers. 

We Ship Your Products

We will ship your orders to your customers. Your customers will not see our company name on any shipment. We are in the background processing and  completely handling everything for you.

Google Shopping

When it was released in 2002, Google Shopping was called Froogle. The service simply indexed product data based on certain search terms. In 2012, the service shifted to a paid advertising model where retailers had to pay to be featured in the Google Shopping search results.

From that point forward, Google Shopping became a “branch” of Google AdWords — yet another way for retailers and e-commerce businesses to advertise their physical products on Google. Unlike text-based Google ads that show up based on keywords, Google uses product data uploaded by merchants to display Google Shopping ads.

Make Your Brand Appear in Search Results

Your products appear in multiple search results. You can appear in various search results, including as a website, a text-only PPC ad, and a Shopping result, thanks to Google shopping. You will need to be properly optimized, therefore giving your store more chances to appear in front of potential customers.

Merchants can pursue bottom-of-the-funnel customers. The ability to go really exact with keywords is part of Googles shopping allure. This might be advantageous for both sellers and buyers. If a buyer already understands what they want, they won’t need much more persuasion to purchase a product. It’s just the source of the product that fluctuates.

Google tools to grow your business

With Google Shopping, sellers can make use of 3 primary destinations or services:

Surface across Google: simple discovery within organic search, which means that when a consumer searches for a product on Google, it will display without the requirement for paid marketing.

Google Shopping Ads: Sellers can create shopping campaigns, which include budgeting, managing bids, and seeing ad-performance data. Until recently, the Google shopping tab sorely carried paid items via Shopping Ads service, but because of a Google initiative in response to Covid-19, the majority of search results are now free listings exposed via surface across Google.

Google Shopping Actions: Google’s own marketplace shopping experience – Shopping Actions – is comparable to Amazon or eBay in that a shopper will find your products, “add to cart” with a universal Google Shopping cart, and finish their payment process directly on Google.

Social Store Membership

Frequently Asked Questions


Many of the selling channels such as Facebook require you to have a website.  We create a website with 1-3 pages, with a shopping cart, policy page and terms of agreement, as well as a contact us page.

Yes, you will need a domain name for the website. We can help you with getting the domain name.

We will need access to your channel account, we will then set up everything for you, website, products and all other content.

Yes, the website, the channel account and all content will reflect you business name and brand, our information will not be seen anywhere on your channel.

a) Social Channels

When you receive orders on your social channel, you will have to submit them to Green Rep Exchange.

b) Website Channel

When orders are received on your website channel, they will be handled automatically by Green Rep Exchange, you don’t have to do anything.

Your product list will be updated with the new products, you do not have to do anything. If we use a product feed for your channel it is updated automatically, if not, we will use a CSV file and update the products.

If your selling channel uses our product feed, the out of stocks will be updated automatically,  if not they will be updated by the use of a CSV file upload.

Blind dropshipping is when the products being shipped to your customers will not show any company name on it. Your customers will not know that we are the one’s shipping the products.

Yes, you can increase or decrease the pricing.

All sales are final. An RMA (return merchandise authorization) will only be accepted if the item is mis-shipped or damaged. All RMAs will be for a refund. Exchanges must be placed as a new order. A 15% restocking fee will apply for all refused/returned orders. A return label will be provided if determined damaged/defective/mis-shipped. Additional details, photos, packaging, etc. may be requested.

Further information on returns and refunds:

  1. Set up a Google Merchant Center account
  2. Have great product images 
  3. Gather and set up your product data feed
  4. Link your Google AdWords account
  5. Create a Google Shopping campaign 
  6. Place bids on your Google Shopping campaign
  7. Determine targeting and schedule your Shopping campaign
  8. Create your ad groups
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