How do I use the Auto Populate option to automatically add products to my store?

Fresh Store lets you quickly setup auto-populate options for your categories to automatically add products.

To start, we highly recommend manually adding 10 to 20 products per category and overtime adding new products.

You don't want to avoid adding every single product. Some items might be bad sellers or don't sell well. That means you are competing with real stores for a few sales.

It's best to focus on top-selling products and amazon does a great job telling you if an item is selling.

If you do want to auto populate products, here are some tips:


Methods for Browse Node Auto-Populate Settings

Not all categories have browse nodes but if they do you can track them down by going to Amazons Best Sellers Page.  

Or UK Best Sellers page:

You will see all of amazons main categories  if you click on any category, it will go deeper with more sub categories that go deeper into each niche.

In the image below, I clicked on Video Games - Playstation 4.  You can see in the URL the browse node for PlayStation 4 main category is  6427814011

 If you click on Consoles or any of the other sub-categories under PlayStation 4. You will find a browse node for that category.

If Amazon doesn't have a category for the category you set on your store, they you won't be able to use browse nodes for auto-populate.  

Methods for Search Term Auto-Populate Settings

With Fresh Store Builder/FSI you can also use search terms for auto-populate settings. This can be a bit more tricky because amazon limits the way we can search the API for products.

For example, If you search for "Basketball" but amazon products titles have "Basketballs" with a S, then no items will be added to the store using the auto-populate feature.

What I normally recommend when you have categories with no browse nodes, is to just manually fill in that category with 10 to 20 products, it should only take a couple minutes and your store won't be fill with affiliate products that are not good sellers and wasting link juice.

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