Optimizing your data feed for Nextag is easy. Merchants on Magento, Shopify and numerous other Shopping Carts are using DataFeedWatch to create a feed that is in line with all Nextag feed requirements: Feed format: xml or txt Upload options: manually, FTP Categories: required, Nextag taxonomy Full feed specification: Nextag Feed sample: sample

Nextag fields description

Fields with * are required.  


The Manufacturer is the brand of the product. System will automatically append this directly to the front of the product title.  

Product Name*

The name of your product. We will display product names up to 80 characters long. Do not include the manufacturer name in the product name. This will be appended automatically to the front of the name.  

Product Description*

A detailed description of your product. We can display descriptions up to 500 characters long, however, only the first 150 characters are displayed on the initial search page. Do not include any HTML code, details about store policies, other store-specific language or multiple lines. “New line” characters (such as “enter” or “return”) will cause problems with your file.  

Click-Out URL*

The URL of the page on your site where this product is sold. When a user clicks on your product listing at NexTag, they will be taken to this page. Use complete URLs, beginning each with http:// or https:// beginnings.  


The price of your product, without additional text.  

Category: NexTag Numeric ID

The category your product belongs to.  

Image URL

The URL of a photo of your product. Link directly to the image, not the page where it is located. We accept images in JPEG or GIF format. Do not include company logos or names or promotional or other identifying text. Images should be at least 100 x 100 pixels in size. Do not include any “image not found” images. We do not accept image URLs that begin with https://.  


The MUZE IDs of any music, video or video game products you are selling. This field is required if you are selling music, video or video game products.  


The ISBNs of any book products you are selling. This field is required for book products.  

Manufacturer Part #

The part number is essential for adding your products to the NexTag catalog and ensuring quick upload time.  

Ground Shipping

The amount you charge for ground shipping. Entering “0” as a value indicates that the product has Free Shipping. Any rows that are left blank will display shipping as “See Site” on the site.  

Stock Status

"The availability or stock status of your products. If you leave this blank, Nextag will assume the product is in stock."  

Product Condition

The condition of each product you are selling. Allowed values are: New, Open Box, OEM, Refurbished, Pre-Owned, Like New, Good, Very Good, Acceptable  

Promo Text

Promotional text message displayed on our site as part of your product listing. Offers an additional opportunity to promote your products to NexTag users. Maximum length of 80 characters with the first 40 displayed in your listing and the remaining when moused over.  


If you use UPS, FedEx, DHL, or USPS to deliver your products, product weight will be used to calculate shipping cost.  


The Cost-per-Clicks or CPCs that you want to pay NexTag when a buyer clicks from our site to yours. This is optional and should only be used if you want to do a Fixed Bid on individual products using your Product File. By using this column, you will be unable to bid by Product on the Seller Dashboard. Products with CPCs below our minimum rates will not be imported.  


The UPC of the product you are selling. This is a 12 digit number.  

Distributor ID

The distributor IDs (i.e., TechData or Ingram IDs) of your products.  


The Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price or List Price of your product, without additional text. This field will be used to calculate and display the savings from your product price. This is optional and is only recommended if you are bidding for a marketing message.  

Seller Part #

"A seller part number is the part number you use to identify your products. It is important to not map the manufacturer part number as the Seller Part # and to not mingle Manufacturer Part #'s and Seller Part #'s in the same column."  


The item's price when it is not on sale.
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