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May 29, 2004, 7:22 pm
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accept a few adjustments most definately need to be made. Our store
sells pet grooming equipment, supplies and apparel. Well, when I type
in progroom, our cataloged products show but with the wrong catagory.
#1. Example of 1 of our products listed:
Groomers Third Arm by Air Force
$25.95 - ProGroom - Military
Free both hands for grooming with this third arm. Great
for positioning dryer hoses or handheld dryers. Gooseneck
style can be positioned at any angle.
#2. Another example:
3 in 1 Wound Cream
$9.35 - ProGroom - Health & Personal Care
"This soothing cream promotes tissue regeneration and healing on
cuts, sores, insect bites and fungus or hair loss areas. Stops ...
#3. Another example:
Country Dream Pet Bed
$24.99 - ProGroom - Home & Garden
"The combination of an attractive finished wood frame,
a reversible fleece denim bed cover and an elevated bed
frame makes this pet bed a welcome addition to ...
Well, the problem with #1 is it states the catagory as "Military".
This is wrong. This product catagory should be dogs or pet supplies.
The problem with #2 is the catagory is listed as "Health & Personal
Care". Totally incorrect. This product should be catagorized dogs or
#3 is catagorized as "Home & Garden". Totally incorrect. Should be
dogs or pet supplies.
Also, Froogle has our pet grooming tables as catagory "Furniture" &
some are listed as "Other Office" and some are listed as Home &
Garden". This should be "pet grooming equipment or pet supplies".
Our Pet Step is catagorized as "Housewares". Wrong again, it should be
as all other noted just above here. Our pet dryers are catagorized as
"Hair Dryers". Wrong again.
This is not amusing to see. It is upsetting. Especially since the
keywords and the catagories we use do not match what Froogle has used.
I so understand what you guys must go through trying to resolve
everyone's issues. I feel for you, I truly do! But how can we resolve
this issue I am having with catagories? I had contacted Google a few
times about this and was sent a link to this forum. Please help.
Have a wonderful day,
Re: Froogle catalog links
Just think though. Now an infrantryman in Iraq can talk on his cell phone,
send an email home and still aim his rifle...
And this should be a military item too! Although, that same infrantryman
can surf the web after sending his email home to find medical supplies for
the wounds that he just received from the roadside bomb that just took his
When that infrantyman gets home (minus limbs) this wood framed bed will be
the perfect piece of home decor for his shortend frame...
Google/Froogle is simply staying ahead of the times, while expanding your
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He went to work and got some tar and mixed it with some turpentine. He fixed
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jaybird. Brer Ladin, he lay low. Brer Bush came prancing along until he saw
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blip--he hit the Tar-Baby on the jaw. But his fist stuck and he couldn't
pull it loose. The tar held him. But Tar-Baby, she stayed still, and Brer
Ladin, he lay low.
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says he, and with that he drew back his other fist and blap--he hit the
Tar-Baby with the other hand and that one stuck fast too.
Tar-Baby she stayed still, and Brer Ladin, he lay low.
"Turn me loose, before I kick the natural stuffing out of you," says Brer
Bush, says he, but the Tar-Baby just sat there.
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a mighty long time, but now it's the end.
And then you're always getting into something that's none of your business,"
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Nobody in the round world. You just jammed yourself into that Tar-Baby
without waiting for an invitation," says Brer Ladin, says he. "There you are
and there you'll stay until I fix up a brushpile and fire it up, "cause I'm
going to barbecue you today, for sure," says Brer Ladin, says he...
(Adapted from "The Wonderful Tar-Baby Story" by Uncle Remus)