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What if your website is a market place?
Hi Saint Claire,
It depends on how you have the products set up, are they being pulled in via API from the sellers or you have them.
But there are not many differences between a single store and a market place in terms of the product feeds and GMC.
I am confused to why you have to put the shipping details in when you sending them to the landing where all of that gets sorted out is this step needed
If you have the shipping settings set up already in Google Merchant Center, then it's not necessary to put them in on the item level.
But you have to have shipping set up because Google sees the shipping settings and then crawls your website while going through the checkout process. If there's a discrepancy, your products can get disapproved and/or your account might get suspended. Be sure to have up to date shipping details on the website and on Google Merchant Center.