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The Things to do platform enables qualifying partners to show travel activity related items on Google-owned surfaces. The Things to do data feed is used for advertising campaigns in Things to do ads as well as powering various Things to do search experiences.

Data upload

Product data is uploaded by you to Google via SFTP using SSH authentication. Things to do processing pipeline will then process and convert the data to an internal format, which is then used by the various Things to do platforms to serve content to the users.

The supported upload format is JSON. If there are too many activities to be uploaded in a single file, you can upload the data using multiple files by having the correct metadata fields in each of the uploaded files. The Things to do processing pipeline will then consider those uploads as a single feed.

Upload cadence

How frequently the data is uploaded should be based on how often the content of the data changes and how much it changes by. In general, Google recommends you upload a new version of the data once per day, however you can upload more or less often based on the size of the feed and the frequency at which the content changes.

Validation errors and warnings

Once upload has been completed, partners can then see the result of the upload via the Things to do Center. Access will be made available to you as part of the integration. The Things to do Center provides up-to-date transfer status of your feed uploads, a listing of product uploaded and any error messages which occurred during processing.

The URL and credentials will be shared once integration work has begun.

Things to do policies

Contents uploaded must comply with the different policies below:

Products which violate the policies may be taken down by Google without notice.

Getting support

For integration-related technical support, please contact ttd-support@google.com.

For contractual questions, please speak to your Google representative.