Hi everyone! I made a new help video and I want to share it with you. This one is about how to create custom categories. It may be helpful to those of you selling holiday items this season, or for folks selling books, sports cards or movies.
Bonanza uses standard site categories that will match up with Google Shopping for advertising or with eBay for importing. With booth categories, you can create categories specific to your booth so that buyers can browse your inventory exactly the way that you want them to. A shopper could reach your booth from a Google Ad for a costume mask you have, then easily navigate to see other items in the same category.
How to create a custom category
To create a custom category, you just add all the categories you want displayed in your booth on the “Categories & sorting” page in your “Selling > Booth settings.” Then, when a buyer enters your booth, the normal list of categories posted on the left side of your booth homepage will be replaced by the categories you put in your custom categories box.
Note that order does matter. Whatever order you create your categories in will also be the order they appear in your booth. Also note that your custom categories won’t be saved until you click the “Save all of my changes” button.
How to create custom sub-categories?
Adding sub-categories allows you to create a hierarchical structure for your products. To create sub-categories, drag a category below and to the right of another category. By dragging categories like this, you can create a tree of your custom categories. If you want to raise a category up a level in your tree, drag it to the left.
Using custom categories in Webstores
If your booth uses custom categories, your Webstore will, too. Just like in your booth, custom categories let you define your own categories so that buyers can browse through your Webstore the way you want them to. We recommend that Webstores use custom categories for the best buyer experience.
At first glance, it may look complicated, but after you’ve watched my new video you’ll see how easy it is. Check it out, and if you would like some help just reach out to [email protected]