|May 13, 2013|
|Google Shopping Comes to India; Still in Beta Phase!|
|By Navneet Kaushal|
| Google Shopping has marked its entry in India, but is still in the testing phase. The feature has been rolled out for selected users, which means only a few of you will be able to see the product listings from online retailers on the right side of the page.
As an example, when you will search for Samsung Galaxy S4 on Google, the result page will display product images, prices, and direct links under the "Shop for 'Product name' on Google". Google displayed shopping listings from Yebhi, Flipkart, and HomeShop18 on searching for the particular Samsung Galaxy S4.
When you click on the information icon that is along with the listing, Google will reveal the reason for why it has displayed the product as; "Based on your search query, we think you are trying to find a product. Clicking in this box will show you results from providers who can fulfill your request. Google may be compensated by some of these providers." [...]
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