Automatic image resizing to fix 'image too small' errors
Google requires images to be a minimum size of 100x100 pixels (250x250 for apparel products). Here is what the specifications state:
For apparel products, images must be at least 250 x 250 pixels and can't be larger than 64 megapixels. For all other products, images must be at least 100 x 100 pixels and can't be larger than 64 megapixels.
Do not scale up images or submit thumbnails. We recommend the product to take no less than 75%, but not more than 90%, of the full image
You may see the following errors in your Google Merchant Center Diagnostics:
- Image too small, resolve by September 1, 2016
- Images too small
We can set up hosted image URLs in your Google Shopping feed that automatically resize your images to meet the new requirements. Our smart resizing algorithm automatically adds white-space, centers the image, and/or scales as necessary to create the perfect, proportional product image with the least amount of scaling.
This service can keep your products listed while you work on permanent improvements to your catalog. Please contact us for a quote.
NOTE: This service can also be used in Facebook Product Ads Feeds, to provide a perfectly-squared, distortion-free, 600x600 product image.
If you just have a few problematic images, you can use our free online image resizing tool for Google and Facebook
Lasted Updated: November 24, 2020Send Feedback