The world’s no1 search engine company Google has launched Google Shopping in India. Google Shopping is an Online shopping search engine or website. Flipkart, Amazon, and Paytm, already popular online Shopping websites on the e-commerce industry, At the same time, Google launched their e-commerce search engine or website.
Google Shopping Launched in India
According to Google’s Vice President (Product Management) Surojit Chatterjee’s statement, “Through Google, we make information accessible and useful to everyone in the world. That’s why we are launching this new shopping search website Google Shopping for Indian customers. Through this, customers will be able to shorten the offers and choose the right product for themselves.
With the help of Google Shopping Website, customers will be able to see the best offers available on multiple e-commerce sites simultaneously, including retailers. Google offers simple and user-friendly shopping experiences for users. Google has added Dedicated Sections to this platform, where price drops, top deals, and existing top deals can be viewed together. Categories for mobile phones, speakers, women, books, watches, home decor, personal care, and applications, etc. are included.
On this platform, you will get the experience of Artificial Intelligence Powered Shopping. With the help of Google Lens, you can scan any product and search here. For this, you have to use your smartphone camera. Talk about retailers so anyone can register themselves here. For this, you have to use Google‘s Merchant Center. Merchant Center supports Hindi as well as English.
Google is offering ‘Merchant Center’ in the Hindi language, through this they can put their products on Google Shopping search engine Website, and they will not have to pay for it. Google’s Product Management Vice President Surotjeet Chatterjee said, “About 40 million people in India use the internet. Although one-third are those who buy online and book train tickets. We are making Online Shopping easy for everyone.”
Chatterjee also said, “There are about 50 million small businesses in India, 35 percent are in retail. Very few of them sell online goods. It is a good opportunity for the survivors to start online selling. Google says that through this they want to support the retail ecosystem. Chatterjee says retailers will not have to pay money to sell their products like other sites.