Optimizing your data feed for Pronto is easy. Merchants on Magento, Shopify and numerous other Shopping Carts are using DataFeedWatch to create a feed that is in line with all Pronto feed requirements:
Feed format: txt
Upload options: FTP
Categories: required, Pronto taxonomy
Full feed specification: Pronto
Sample feed: Sample
Pronto fields description
Fields with * are required.
This is the title of the product for sale.
This should be a complete, detailed, and accurate description of the product from your website.
This should represent the current sales price for which a consumer may purchase the product at that time.
This should reflect the condition of the product.
This should be the URL to a product detail page for which a user can affect a purchase.
A category label like 'Books' or 'Apparel > Women's > Coats'. Any categorization the merchant may already use themselves (greatest level of detail, like site breadcrumbs, is most helpful).
A user friendly short title for display purposes.
The item's color.
The size of the item.
Additional attributes about the product, for instance if a shoe is leather or suede, or if the fabric of a shirt is linen or cotton.
These should be search engine type keywords that will be used to help classify your product listings.
This should be a single URL to an image of the product that is being listed. The image should be of the highest size and quality available (at least 400 x 400 when possible).
Brand of the product.
This should represent the name of the product manufacturer to distinguish the product from the retailer.
This should be the Artist or Author's full name, provided for books or music only.
This should represent the normal retail list price (if different than the sales price) for the product.
These should represent specific offer provided for the product to appear on comparison grid and product grid pages. Offers should be specific and relevant to the product, such as "Free 1 GB SD Card" or "$150 rebate". Offers may not be generic, such as "Free Shipping" or Page 6 of 19 "Always Lowest Prices".
This should represent whether there is a coupon applicable to this product. If the retailer has a coupon available for this product, please describe the discount in this section.
This should represent if there is a coupon code required to take advantage of the coupon for this product, for instance if a user needs to input a coupon.
This should represent if the item is in stock or not.
This should represent the number of SKUs of this item that the merchant has remaining in stock.
This should represent whether the item comes in a bundle or not, for instance if it’s in a package of 4 or just a single product.
Date that this product will be available for sale. This date can be up to two years in the future.
The 1 to 3 digit number that represents the specific sub-category where the product fits within Pronto’s categorization schema. Use the Pronto Category Mapping document available in the Merchant Account Center to obtain these numbers.
Mobile landing page.
This should be the value for the flat shipping cost for the item. This should represent the lowest cost a buyer would have to pay for continental US shipping for that product only (represented in US dollars). Free shipping should be notated with a zero. If the product is unavailable for flat shipping, leave the field empty.
Weight of the item, in pounds.
Zip code from which the item is shipped.
The estimated date that the product can be shipped, in text.
The cost per click bid price to be used for the product, in US dollars.
Merchant product identifier only.
This should be the unique numeric code that distinguishes all books. This value is specific for books only.
The 12 digit UPC code for this product.
The 13 digit EAN for this product.
The manufacturer part number.
Relative popularity of this product for the merchant, a 1 being the most popular, 2 being less popular etc.
Up to 5 comma separated marketing points about the product.
Up to 5 common separated alternative images and their titles: Side View=http://mystore.com/img.jpeg