You can add so-called Product Attributes to a Product List. In this article we explain how you can use these attributes in the DCC score.
To use attributes in the DCC score you first:
- Add attributes to a product list in column Z- AS. Read here how to do this. Attributes could be for instance: product colour, weight, size or main keywords. You can use attributes to identify gaps and inconsistencies in product content on retailer sites.
- Once you have added attributes to a product list, you upload the product list,
- Now you add a new rule to the DCC score by following these steps. Also see the example below.
- Then use the DCC score in dashboards.
Ben sells children's products online and product content is published on multiple sales channels. He wants to check if retailer sites display the following product features/attributes correctly in product titles:
- Model names;
- Weight Group.
To do this, Ben takes the following steps:
- He adds 3 columns (Z, AA, and AB) to his product list and names them: Category, Model, and Weight. He then fills in the corresponding values for all of his products.
- By adding multiple variants (separated by a pipe-symbol "|") he can add words in multiple languages, and weights written in a different format.
- He uploads his product list and adds rules to the DCC score:
To Basic Content component: Title contains Category:
To Basic Content component: Title contains Model:
To Extended Content component: Title contains weight:
- Ben now sees which product titles contain the correct Model names and Category in the table widget: Content completeness (DCC) score - Basic Criteria not fully met:
- Ben now sees which product titles contain the correct weight groups in the table widget: Content completeness (DCC) score - Extended Criteria not fully met: