Beginning May 3, Google will require all sellers to have a unique product identifier in each listing. For books, the unique product identifier is the ISBN. The ISBN has already been required; however, Google has not been enforcing it. After May 3, book listings that do not have the required ISBN will no longer show in Google's product search. Please note that Google's product search is found by clicking on "shopping" at the top of Google's main page. The new requirement does not affect the main Google search.
The trouble is that books copyrighted before 1970 do not have an ISBN, so we cannot include that information in our listings for those books. Google is requesting that each seller ask for an exemption for those items. Follow this link for the request page on Google. On that page, fill in your information. Bonanza has provided directions in the Bonanza blog for where to find the necessary information in your Bonanza account.
Click on "Google" in My Bonanza and find your Google account ID. The Bonanza blog has a screen cap that will show you which number to use. Enter that number in Google's form and also enter your booth's URL. Select "Pre-1970 books" and request the exemption. You should hear back within a couple of days.
I get very few sales through Google's product search, but I also want my books to remain in that search so that the possibility of sales exists.