magento2 – Best Practices / Methods to Add 100,000 Products in Magento 2?

I have to add 100,000 products by the end of this week. Most of them are simple products, but 30% are configurable products, each with 8 simple products, totaling 100,000 item numbers.

I've used Magmi (in Mage 1), which worked pretty well importing CSV files, but without updated version for Mage 2, most people seem to use the default import feature in admin. But is there a better extension that store owners use? I did some searching without luck, hoping to find a direction.

Is it ever recommended to add products programmatically? I'd rather go that way, since I'm good at PHP, but a little new to Magento. Can experienced shop owners / developers give me advice on how best to add 100,000 products, based on best practices? Many Thanks

Google Search Console reports that 75% more visitors are being sent than in Google Analytics for organic products

On one of my websites, the number of clicks in Google Search Console is 75% higher than the access data on GA from Organic Medium. I really do not understand what this is about, as the GA tracking code is available on all pages of the site. And there is the same difference for a particular page.

Here are the screenshots of GA and Webmaster Tools reports:

GA report
Web console report

Woocommerce groups cross-selling products by category

I'm looking for a solution to this problem. I have Woocommerce eshop (in development) and on the cart page I have a cross-selling box. My idea is to group cross-selling products by category. Category name in a tab and articles in a tab content.

Visualization of my solution

I tried to create this code

get_id ()); setup_postdata ($ GLOBALS['post'] = & $ post_object); wc_get_template_part (& # 39; content & # 39 ;, & # 39; productExt & # 39;); ?>

The secure way to get reviews for your Amazon products

As an Amazon seller, you can not underestimate the importance of reviews. It's a good business strategy to get as many positive reviews as possible, as this can directly affect your sales and ranking. However, you must know the best course of action.

There are many ways to get reviews like Facebook Group, Friends & Family, etc, but unfortunately, many of them were against Amazon TOS in 2019.

I will share with you The best way to …

The secure way to get reviews for your Amazon products

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PHP – Get related products based on subcategory selected from Category ID with ID 142

Hello, I want to display related products on a single product page. Currently, products are listed whose categories are selected in the current product. I only want related products based on the subcategory selected in the ID 134 category.

Category with the ID 134 is called "artists", then the artists have the subcategories "mike" and "joe". All I want is, if the product has the artist Mike, the corresponding product shows all products of the artists of Mike.

my code here

term_id;
$ args = array (
& # 39; # 39 & post_type; => & # 39; post & # 39 ;,
& # 39; # 39 & post__not_in; => array (get_the_ID ()),
& # 39; showposts & # 39; => get_theme_mod ('zoo_blog_single_related_number_items', '# 39'),
& # 39; # 39 & ignore_sticky_posts; => -1
);
$ zoo_related_query = new wp_query ($ args);
if ($ zoo_related_query-> have_posts ()) {
$ class = & # 39; article-related zoo blog article layout article grid layout article & # 39 ;;
switch (get_theme_mod ("zoo_blog_single_related_number_items", "# 39")) {
Case # 2 & # 39 ;:
$ class. = "col-xs-12 col-sm-6";
break;
Case & # 39; 3 & # 39 ;:
$ class. = "col-xs-12 col-sm-4";
break;
Case & # 39; 4 & # 39 ;:
$ class. = "col-xs-12 col-sm-3";
break;
Case # 5 #:
$ class. = "col-xs-12 col-sm-1-5";
break;
Case # 6: #:
$ class. = "col-xs-12 col-sm-2";
break;
Default:
$ class. = "col-xs-12 col-sm-12";
break;
}
if (get_post_thumbnail_id ()! = & # 39;) {
$ class. = & # 39; post-has-thumbnail & # 39 ;;
} else {
$ class. = & # 39; post-without-thumbnail & # 39 ;;
}
?>
    

have_posts ()) { $ zoo_related_query-> the_post (); ?> <Article >
<? php the_title (sprintf (& # 39;

& # 39 ;, esc_url (get_permalink ()) & # 39;

& # 39); get_template_part (& # 39; inc / templates / posts / archive / post & # 39 ;, & # 39; info & # 39;); ?> <a href = "" class = "readmore">