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Monday, May 27, 2013
Thursday May 23rd Shopzilla Developers will be updating the Product Service in the Catalog API to include new elements in the Product Service response. Below is a description of which new elements will appear in the feed and when they will appear:

Product Responses

When the Product Service is returning a Product object (that is an object with an assigned Product ID and one or more offers aligned to that Product ID) we will now also return the Brand ID and Brand Name for that product along with any Product SKUS that align to that Product ID. An example of an updated response with the new elements highlighted is depicted below:



Offer Responses

For each Offer object that is returned (whether it is aligned to a Product ID or not) we will now also return Brand ID and Brand Name along with the product UPC (alongside the SKU which we have always provided at the offer level when we have it available). An example of an updated response with the new elements highlighted is depicted below:



 
Thursday, May 16, 2013
Shopzilla recently announced some significant changes to the Shopzilla terms and conditions.

One of the more exciting changes is that we have lowered the payment threshold. Until February 2013, in order to receive a payment, you have to have earned at least $50 in affiliate income. Now the threshold is only $25!
This means more publishers will be eligible for payments, so we have included answers to questions we’ve recently received in an effort to prevent any delayed payments.

When will I be paid?
As long as you have earnings above $25, you will be paid within 45 days from when the payment period ends. So the payment for January would be issued on or before March 15. If you haven’t earned $25 since your last payment, we’ll pay within 45 days after you’ve crossed the threshold.
Monday, May 7, 2012
The Payments Report is now available under the View Reports tab. You can view past payments and keep track of payments coming your way!

Sunday, June 5, 2011
From official Shopzilla Publisher blog:

"
Hey Publishers,

At the request of several of your fellow JS-loving publishers, it is now possible to query our Catalog API and return a response in JSON or JSONP. While XML is a wonderful thing, JSON and JSONP should open new opportunities to those of you creating widgets, banners, and other snappy ad content.
While the default response format is XML, you are able to specifically request the response format using the below parameters in your query:

XML: =xml&callback=callback
JSON: =json&callback=callback
JSONP: =js&callback=callback

Release: June 2011
API Versions:
Bizrate, Beso

The release of these new fields should not impact you unless you have developed a means of auto-generating your XML handling code based on the XML schema document for any individual service. If you have done this, you will need to update your schema.

Don't forget to follow us on Twitter for snappy release notifications! Upon release, you will be able to see an example result set returned with this new value through our Catalog API Interactive Documentation. In order to access this documentation, you will need to log in with your Catalog API Key & Publisher ID. Once you are in there, view any of the individual service resource sections. At the very bottom of any section, you will see a link "[ + ] show test form". This will allow you to test out queries, viewing sample responses.

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions.
The Shopzilla Publisher Team"
Monday, January 10, 2011
Discussions From official Amazon Affiliates forum:


Made $789 yesterday and about $223 today



From: best looking store Dec-15 4:52 pm


To: ALL (1 of 67)


Hey guys ...I made almost $800 yesterday , i dont know what happend ? but am getting punch of trafic all of a sudden on my little website http://deallooker.com/

may be google liked it for the last two days .



From: Parka Dec-15 11:42 pm
To: best looking store (2 of 67)



Maybe?


Just check your analytics data



From: seismikshift Dec-16 7:27 am
To: best looking store (3 of 67)



My traffic also gone crazy since Monday, I'm assuming its the Christmas rush.



From: Mulder Dec-16 8:05 am
To: seismikshift (4 of 67)



We should hit 7.5% soon. Hopefully we'll get some bad weather this weekend so people will shop online instead. :-P


From: best looking store Dec-17 12:38 am
To: ALL (5 of 67)


In all cases thank god for everything, and i truly wish everyone the best on their sales and i wish you guys happy holidays as well



From: Daniel B Dec-17 9:08 am
To: best looking store (6 of 67)


How long has the site been up?



From: best looking store Dec-17 3:49 pm
To: Daniel B unread (7 of 67)


My site has been up for 2 months , but i had other domain is pointing to it , and i had that domain for three years


From: best looking store Dec-17 8:13 pm
To: seismikshift unread (8 of 67)



Hey am glad to hear that your trafic went up too


From: best looking store Dec-18 5:12 am
To: ALL (9 of 67)

by the way sitemaps , they do work with google


From: Vishal Dec-18 5:27 am
To: best looking store (10 of 67)

Hi,
If its not too much may I know what kind of traffic do you get per day ?


Cheers,
Vishal



From: A. Wood Dec-18 10:41 pm
To: best looking store (11 of 67)

What program/platform did you use to build a site like that? Can it be put together quickly? ie a "deals"/shopping index, I assume that's all this site is? You didn't actually create new articles?


Message 12 of 67 was Deleted

From: Daniel Ford Dec-19 6:08 pm
To: best looking store (13 of 67)

Google may like it, but Firefox sure as heck doesn't! I get this warning flag: "This site is suspicious. Leave now unless you know this site is safe."

Could we see a screenshot of those $800 days?


From: Margaret Schill Dec-20 12:31 am
To: Daniel Ford unread (14 of 67)

I looked at his site using the Firefox browser and all was fine- no warning and it displayed correctly. It probably was your virus/malware protection program giving the warning.


From: best looking store Dec-20 11:27 am
To: Vishal unread (15 of 67)


Am geting about 3000 visitors a day


From: best looking store Dec-20 9:36 pm
To: ALL (16 of 67)

It is amazing , i don't know why am getting less traffic now ? may be it was just a wave , and it is over !

From: Harold Underdown Dec-20 9:37 pm
To: best looking store (17 of 67)


The holiday traffic is past its peak now.


From: best looking store Dec-21 1:24 pm
: ALL (18 of 67)

Thanks guys for the support emails i got on my site through contact us , i really apreciate it



From: best looking store Dec-21 4:44 pm
To: Vishal unread (19 of 67)

I get about 3000 unique visitors a day and that is on average .


From: zorro Dec-21 9:08 pm
To: ALL (20 of 67)

How do you get any traffic at all? I don't see anything for Google to index...



From: best looking store Dec-22 1:11 am
To: zorro (21 of 67)

try to look on google and you will see the indexed pages


From: C. Oliver Dec-23 4:30 am
To: best looking store (22 of 67)


Just a little warning on "Deal" sites. Amazon is hunting them down and if you display product prices for other retailers Amazon will put you under a reduced advertising fee rate. like 2%......


From: best looking store Dec-24 2:40 am
To: ALL (23 of 67)


Thanks Oliver ...it doesn't make sence though , how ever what can we do ?....by the way i want to take this apportunity and wish every one Avery merry christmas and happy holidays



From: Germania Dec-25 10:21 am
To: best looking store (24 of 67)

Congratulations!I will appreciate that you could give me some tips on how to bring more traffic to my blog. I have being working very hard to earn some money but all I see is at lot of 00.00s balance lol:) give some push.Thanks! and Merry Christmas!


From: Germania Dec-25 10:23 am
To: best looking store (25 of 67)

Thank You! Happy Holidays 2 You too


From: hugh hornsby Dec-25 11:43 am
To: best looking store (26 of 67)


Hello there folks im new here just started as associate 3 days ago only have 7 visitors as today with 32 clicks but no sales i have slide shows on my pages and my refereal only 4 as well and as to theysay me 7 more referals so can some one tell me why im not making any sales and to if i add custom links to my pages like face book and yahoo would theses links charge me per click and to good job on making great money folks my site would sweetsales.greatwebmall.com well good day fr hugh

From: Gary Tooze Dec-25 2:54 pm
To: hugh hornsby unread (27 of 67)

Hi Hugh!
Happy Holidays.


I hope you don't mind if I do some detective work before christmas dinner.


Your Forum posting is cryptic by anyone's standards - hence, I am guessing you are not experienced in communication via the Internet. I've used many derivations of the domain name you supplied ('sweetsales.greatwebmall.com') and have found... nothing. So taking these two factors (sloppy writing and not being able to even articulate your own domain name) into account - I am surmising that you have no idea how to develop or run an associate website. You bought this site, didn't you Hugh?

So cutting to the chase before basting the turkey - everyone here will tell you the same thing. You have been ripped-off and we encourage you to get your money back. Your current website will never make ANY significant, or probably insignificant for that matter, money. Never.


My first advice, after getting your $ back, would be to get familiar with the Internet - ask questions to co-workers, attend seminars, read a lot... maybe even buy something from an e-tailor like Amazon. THEN learn some web design programs. Get proficient. Think of an available Domain name. Buy it (it's cheap) - get Server space somewhere (pretty cheap too). Create a content site on a topic you are passionate about (what are your passions Hugh?). DISSEMINATE information on YOUR website - on this topic. Find ways to attract surfers. Write articles and/or reviews - conservatively about 1000 times more articulate than your Forum posting here. Like the shampoo bottle says "Lather, rinse repeat" - write at least 500 pages of unique (self-written) content with links to Amazon and other associate e-tailor sites (joining them is free). Then after a few 1000 hours you may find you are making some decent pocket money. Writing the product reviews should teach you how to write them faster/ better/ more detailed. Take stock. Expand - and continue. When you get up to 5000 reviews - you may be able to quit your job (if, in fact, you have one). So we are talking 3-5 years (certainly not after 3 days).

Best of luck,

From: best looking store Dec-26 12:32 am
To: Germania unread (28 of 67)

Hello , Germania and every one else .
As for the traffic and to be honest i used several sources which they are craiglists , I used some AdWords , and i used a lot of forums that related to shopping and deals .


From: bks9090 Dec-26 10:27 am
To: best looking store (29 of 67)

Hi. What does it take to put a website like that together? You say "your little website" but looks very professional. Can you give me any info?


From: best looking store Dec-27 3:20 am
To: bks9090 unread (30 of 67)

Thank you very much for the complement , to be quite honest i use to have a different website before and i do have a close friend that he new how frustrated i was with other website , and believe it or not he sent an email with the package , and electronic birthday card on my birthday , and i could not aske why , or how because it was a birthday gift . J


From: Easy Deazy Dec-27 9:13 am
To: best looking store (31 of 67)

Unrealistic numbers, I seriously doubt 700 is common for you on that site. It's just a copycat site of google.com/shopping or any other price comparison site, just with a horribly coded layout.

I can see you making $200 on a lucky day or two of the week off that site, if you actually did do 700, mark that off as your luckiest day ever as someone rich bought a lot of stuff at once *luckily* through your site, probably as christmas gifts for their family. And I see you have almost every affiliate company on there, so tell us your amazon profits as I bet you didn't make but peanuts of that profit from amazon. You have Dell, HP, etc so that's probably where your big ticket sales are from that got you 700.... not just amazon's links but all combined for the day am I right? :/

There are just so many deals sites now (Slickdeals, fatwallet,etc) that yours would be almost near the bottom of the list looking the way it does now.... not good. And then you just claimed your friend made you the site... riiiiiighhhhttttt. Why would someone give you a website to make your supposedly, $700 a day? Does that sound like something anyone would do? No, it sounds as realistic as all your posts (0%)

And seeing your low end typing skills, and lack of posting proof of these numbers is another clear sign this entire post you did was just to promote your own affiliate site


From: best looking store Dec-28 12:45 am
To: Easy Deazy (32 of 67)


Hey Easy Deasy ... I know why you gave yourself this nick name , because it so "Easy" for you to fall in to your own imaginations and unrealistic analysis and in fact believing it .and don't assume that every one will think the same way like you do and remember one thing what we say or do about others it is only a reflection about who we really are . So Take it "Easy " fella


From: Easy Deazy Dec-28 8:47 am
To: best looking store (33 of 67)

That's over $19,000 in sales in one day, and you claim to use this one website which does not get any traffic at all I would bet $100 right now by the way it looks. Like others have also pointed out your flaws, they asked for proof. You have not showed any yet, so as mentioned before this post is laughable and 99% sure to be a shill post to promote your own website.

And did you "make $789" through amazon? Or all your affiliates? (dell, HP, amazon, TD, etc, etc as you have multiple affiliate links on that site)

I know for a fact you didn't make $789 on just amazon in one day, unless you somehow had one magical shopper for $20,000+ on amazon using your dealooker. coms site.

As they say online "Picture, or it didn't happen."




From: best looking store Dec-28 10:55 am
To: Easy Deazy (34 of 67)

Just want to say this Easy , who am i going to promote my site to ? Amazon Associates ?
they all have there own stores and they are in the same business ...have a little common sense.


From: Easy Deazy Dec-28 10:57 am
To: best looking store (35 of 67)

oh, so is that why you spammed your site in several threads here? I have common sense, believe me. Especially when it comes to internet marketing. I wish there was a way to report link spammers on this site, you'd be my first report.

I'm not going to post and bump your other spam thread, but its the one with green text you made today. Not cool "best looking store" *facepalm*


From: best looking store Dec-28 12:10 pm
To: Easy Deazy unread (36 of 67)

I think you are just a hater and you do not like to see others do good , and i wish all haters like you not to participate in human discussions because they will disgrace the best part of it which is being supportive and wishing others to do better .


but i will be better person than you and just say thanks for thae input .


From: Ann Zeise Dec-29 1:31 pm
To: Easy Deazy unread (37 of 67)

Easy,
Use the "Options" link at the bottom of one of the spammer's posts and select "ignore."
That way you won't waste time posting back to him, and eventually, we'll all move on to answering the posts of those who really need our help.

Ann Zeise
A to Z Home's Cool Inc.


Messages 38 through 39 of 67 were Deleted


From: LigaMarketing Dec-30 6:37 am
To: best looking store (40 of 67)

Well, now we all know you're a spammer.



From: Pam Tee Dec-30 7:40 am
To: best looking store (41 of 67)

For those that are curious about this program, here is the affiliate agreement that this sad little dude is promoting:


http://www.tweettrafficrush.com/static-pages/affiliate-agreement.php

BestLookingStore, if you go back and look at the early conversations that took place here on the board, you will see that we warned you that your site was nothing new and not very interesting. At the time you first appeared there were two other dudes "with the same comparative shopping concept" getting suggestions here. Your store wasn't even ranked the best for looks or usefulness by the affiliates that responded.


I'm not trying to be mean, but trying to point out that you are wasting your time trying to spam the board. It would be much more constructive for you to sit back and do some thinking rather than try to make yourself feel better about a failure. If the comparison store idea didn't work, then come up with something that will! Try taking your skills and developing some smaller stores about small niche products.


From: frances Jan-4 10:20 am
To: best looking store (42 of 67)

what is a average associate earning


From: Ann Zeise Jan-4 10:53 am
To: frances (43 of 67)

frances,


I don't think anyone here gets to have that information.


Those of us who make "good money" have been at it a long, long time, have very large websites, and around a million page views a month.


The ones that make the most focus on a very tight niche, and then do Amazon one better at promoting needed objects to that niche.


I don't make my living from Amazon. I make close to $7,000 a year. I make most of my web income from Adsense and direct advertising.


You make the most from having your own "product," and for many of us, we have 'intellectual property" that we give away on our sites -- that means we have essays, link sets, graphics, etc. that our community needs.

Ann Zeise
A to Z Home's Cool Inc.


From: Gary Tooze Jan-4 10:56 am
To: frances (44 of 67)

what is a average associate earning
Last I heard it was less than $5/month but there are almost 1 million associates.


From: frances Jan-4 11:50 am
To: Ann Zeise (45 of 67)

what is the most money that a associated made a month
thanks so mooch
fraces


From: Harold Underdown Jan-4 12:06 pm
To: frances (46 of 67)

No one knows for sure. There are regulars here who make thousands of dollars per month. But this is after YEARS of work, building up their site.

Why do you want to know? How will this information help you? If you are just getting started, I think it's useful to know that most people make little if ANY money for the first year or two. Eventually, IF they have done a good job with their site, they can end up earning $50, $100, or even $500/month. But most people never reach that level.


From: Worldview Wholesale Jan-4 1:36 pm
To: best looking store (47 of 67)


I wish I could get those type of numbers with http://www.edwardcambas.com


From: frances Jan-4 6:24 pm
To: Ann Zeise (48 of 67)


thank you so mooch


From: Clay Jan-4 7:07 pm
To: Harold Underdown (49 of 67)

The holiday traffic is past its peak now.

And your Holiday Stats, Harold?

:)


From: Clay Jan-4 7:19 pm
To: best looking store (50 of 67)


Well, I think we can be a bit more friendly to BLS. I mean his site isn't about Adolph Hitler or something!


he did say he made those profits those two days.


I'm just saying we could learn of something here, maybe.

I would like a 'snap-shot' as well. But I don't like Alienating Associates, even if they are being a bit 'off center'.



From: best looking store Jan-5 1:26 am
To: Clay (51 of 67)


thank you guys for all the comments good and bad , but let me tell you some thing ...twitter is bringing me a lot of traffic I even added the "tweet" button under each product and if you visit the site you will see that .



From: john Jan-5 12:22 pm
To: best looking store unread (52 of 67)


just a note.. I work my cajoles to come up with material pertinent to a product TO SELL so i can inform a buyer and grab relevant googoo ads to supplement my content with googoos version of the same to add interest to my site..


I HATE SITES LIKE YOURS BECAUSE THEY ARE AUTO GENERATED


SQL TO THE TUNE OF 14000 PAGES AND IF I SEE THAT IN THE SERPS FOR MY NICH YOU CAN BE GUARANTEED THE SPAM REPORT WILL GET FILED. i REFUSE TO PLAY NICE WITH THOUSANDS OF AUTO GEN COMPETITION PLUS I DONT CARE ABOUT THE SPELLING HERE ;) BESIDES YOUR SOFTWARE WILL NEVER MATCH MY EFFORT. YOUR SITE MAY BE COLORFUL, BUT CRAP IS BROWN.


FURTHERMORE YOUR POST HERE IS NOT A DISCUSSION, IT IS A STATEMENT


WITH A SMELLY LINK ATTACHED WHICH EXACTLY COMPARES TO 1.5 ZILLION OTHER CRAPPY WEBSITES

HAVE A NICE DAY

K ,


From: Clay Jan-5 12:24 pm
To: best looking store (53 of 67)

More power to you. I don't see anything wrong with what you're doing!


From: Clay Jan-5 12:28 pm
To: john (54 of 67)


I HATE SITES LIKE YOURS BECAUSE THEY ARE AUTO GENERATED
John, please who gives a darn about it. So he's making some money is that so bad?


Give it a rest, John.


From: Julie McElroy Jan-5 5:17 pm
To: best looking store (55 of 67)

Are you using a WP theme for your site? Which one are you using? How long has your site been up and running?


From: john Jan-5 6:08 pm
To: Clay (56 of 67)

nope, and i bet money you wouldnt like the competition in your nich from auto gen sites like that,,, hmm gives me an idea,, I feel a test coming on


From: Pam Tee Jan-5 6:12 pm
To: john (57 of 67)

One of the reasons I really like the new search engine Blekko. You can take sites like those and ban them forever from you sight. One click and you'll never be bothered by them again. Yay!


From: best looking store Jan-5 6:26 pm
To: Clay (58 of 67)

thanks for people like you , unlike some hatters they even hate to see there own mother doing ok .


and i truly wish every one to make it as well , even the hatters because we know for a fact that we are better people than them and we wish success to all .


From: DnPresident Jan-6 2:51 am
To: best looking store (59 of 67)

I'd like to swap links if you would. I sent you a message on your contact us link.



From: john Jan-6 8:09 am
To: Pam Tee (60 of 67)

i ear ya pam, honestly im not here to be obtuse, but it woulda be GREAT to have amazon discusions here at amazon, By the way, Im new @ amazon and only a year into adsense but i do relise it is a dog eat dog world out/ in here "the net" and best lookin store can buy adwords to be on my site. The notion of useing a little used search eging may be great but the fact remains google search is king by far in the realworld and like i said before, if site like that show up in the serps it is a detraction from a REAL SITE, then forced to buy adwords to compete,,, i use other methods, that start with home work.


From: Gary Tooze Jan-6 8:44 am
To: john (61 of 67)

it is a dog eat dog world out/ in here "the net" and best lookin store can buy adwords to be on my site


I thought you could ban specific (competitive) sites from your Adsense. I know I did for a few of my competitors. I no longer have much Adsense and I'm not sure now - but that's the way it used to be, no?


From: john Jan-6 2:12 pm
To: Gary Tooze (62 of 67)

yes you can, What i ment was if the goog allows site like that to permeate the serps those owners will have to buy adwords to show up anywhere as they are a flat lack of content other than the navigation to a LISt of products for which i would hope to rank organically.


From: szshopping Jan-6 2:38 pm
To: best looking store (63 of 67)


wow thats crazy
great job


From: Gary Tooze Jan-6 2:39 pm
To: john (64 of 67)

Well, I guess there is nothing we can do about it but be safe in the knowledge that Google WILL improve in their ability to list content sites higher and clone sites lower (or not at all). Time is on the content site's side.



From: john Jan-6 3:48 pm
To: Gary Tooze (65 of 67)

YES SIR, I have seen this before although the goog is sometimes to slow for my taste and thats what these guys work on short term cash, BUT i also have methods for BANGING BACK THE tide, lol

enjoy the short lived success beszt boooks

.K moving right along,,,



From: Timmmm Jan-9 9:29 pm
To: Easy Deazy unread (66 of 67)


http://electronplumber.com/affiliate-site-analysis-deallooker-com/



From: best looking store 1:04 am
To: ALL (67 of 67)


ank you guys for the interest in my little website , and i like that analysis that has been done by some of you , and i Really and truly respect everybody's opinion and i wish every one success as well , however i would like to include a sample so you can see your self , which i don't have to prove any thing , but am going to show .
Monday, December 13, 2010
Shopzilla developers have expanded the filtration options within the Catalog API Product Service.


Filter by Price Markdown


Description: Filter offer results based on minimum price markdown.

Example: Display only offers marked down at least 99% from original price. FREE? No.

ON SALE? Yes!

Filter: minMarkdown



◦Filter by Free Shipping

Description: Filter offer results based on availability of free shipping.

Example: Display only offers with free shipping. FREE!

Filter: freeShipping



◦Filter by Offer Age

Description: Filter offer results based on the notion of "new".

Example: Display this week's freshest offers!

Filter: maxAge



◦Filter by Image Availability

Description: Filter offer results based on availability of an image.

Example: Hate offers without images on your slick ad unit? Get rid of the pesky things!

Filter: imageOnly
Monday, November 8, 2010
Developers Datafeedscripts.net have released a new version of the script that supports UK API. Full Demo version you can see from the address http://shopzilla.datafeedscripts.net/demo.aspx?country=UK&group1=US
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
   Shopzilla.Datafeedstscripts.net next week to present new version of the script for European markets.
   Beta demo version Shopzilla UK API is available to the address:

   http://skin1.uk.shopzilla.demo.datafeedscripts.net/default.aspx

  Beta demo version Shopzilla DE API script

  Alfa demo version Shopzilla FR API script
Thursday, September 23, 2010
From UK shopzilla publisher blog:
"This is the moment we’ve all been waiting for…the Catalogue API solution for Shopzilla’s UK Publisher Program has now been released! After great success over the last few years in the US, the API is now available this side of the pond for our UK publishers.

In addition to our FTP Data Feeds, we are now proud to offer the Catalogue API as part of some great affiliate products, all designed to help our Publishers maximise revenues from their websites. If you’re unsure as to what the API means, read on…

What’s great about the API?

◦» It enables affiliates to dynamically retrieve product results from the Bizrate catalogue which means no manual updating.
◦» You can request shopping content data related to catalogued products and merchant offers, categories, brands and merchants.
◦» It’s a query based web service which allows Publishers to filter based on their site’s shopping content needs.
Why choose an API solution?

◦» Added user value - your visitors get a great experience by being able to browse and compare a variety of products and offers supplied by a variety of merchants.
◦» You have access to Bizrate’s entire shopping inventory - millions of products within reach, accumulating to provide fantastic shopping content.
◦» The CPC based model - get paid for every click sent through to our merchants. As well as increasing content and adding depth to your site, you’ll get paid for it!
◦» It is a free to use service, no obligation involved.
Want to benefit from this great product and add fantastic shopping content to your site? For more information or to see whether your are eligible, contact the Publisher team.
"
Monday, September 13, 2010
From Shopzilla blog:

"Currently, we offer actual price information tagged as within the element. Soon, we will additionally provide the original price and related markdown percentage to allow for display of markdown information for each offer. In the event an offer is not on sale, the response will return a markdown percentage of "0.00".



Sample XML:

$169.00
$169.00
0.00


Release: Thursday, September 16th (tentative)

API Versions: Bizrate, Beso


The release of these new fields should not impact you unless you have developed a means of auto-generating your XML handling code based on the XML schema document for the Product Service. If you have done this, you will need to update your schema.


Don't forget to follow us on Twitter for snappy release notifications! Upon release, you will be able to see an example result set returned with this new value through our Catalog API Interactive Documentation. In order to access this documentation, you will need to log in with your Catalog API Key & Publisher ID. Once you are in there, view the Product Service Resource section. At the very bottom of this section, you will see a link "[ + ] show test form". This will allow you to test out queries, viewing sample XML.

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions.

The Shopzilla Publisher Team
"