Frooition launched Frooition Signature the world’s first eBay design solution last month and we’d love to hear if any of you have tried it yet?
To give you a bit of background, Frooition create custom eBay store and listing designs for all levels of eBay sellers and this latest solution allows sellers to create and update their own eBay store designs without needing to hire a designer, or needing any HTML coding knowledge.
As announced on TameBay this morning, Voi Jeans have become an eBay Enterprise seller with the help of StoreFeeder!
Over the years Play.com has grown from a website that originally only sold region 1 and 2 DVDs to one of the biggest online retailers in the UK market. Since being founded in 1998, Play.com has expanded to sell not only DVDs, CDs and books for which it is most commonly known, but also clothing, accessories and toys. So, what do you get with a Play.com integration?
We’ve been having a bit of a tidy, and it’s not just a splash of colour. We revealed to our clients earlier this week a few changes we have in the pipeline for StoreFeeder’s layout, and I thought it was only fair that we share the news…
We’ve received some great feedback and suggestions over the months from existing StoreFeeder users, many of which we’ve already put into place. Due to the fast growth of features in the software, the layout has taken a bit of a back seat and we’ve been working hard on addressing this. So, our designers have been busy in the background putting in the ground work for an improved user interface.
The improved interface aims to be even more intuitive, making better use of the screen real estate and integrating ‘on page’ help with tips on the page’s functionality. Continue reading
Rather than a Friday round up of sites this week, I’ve collated a few handy search engine optimisation (SEO) tips for you to use on your ecommerce website. Whether you have a multi-channel ecommerce operation or not, SEO is an important factor to help you rank well in search engines such as Google.
Next up on our ‘take a look at‘ journey is Amazon integration, one of the world’s largest retailers with everything from A-Z (which incidentally is indicated in their logo).
If you cast your mind back to 1995 you may or may not remember that Amazon actually started out as an online bookstore. They have of course since added many other product lines to their catalogue including DVDs, CDs, MP3s, software, electronics, furniture, toys, clothing and even food. Continue reading
Brrr. It’s cold out there! Hopefully the snow hasn’t affected everyone toooo much, but if like me the weather has made you favour staying indoors rather than venturing outside then here are a few blogs to give you something to read with that cup of hot cocoa.
If you’re looking at selling on eBay then by having an eBay Shop you are able to display all of your listings in one place, meaning visitors can browse all of your items with ease. You also gain the ability to personalise your ‘shop window’ with templates and a website address.
Ok, let’s get stuck straight in shall we…
In my previous post we looked at Magento integration and the level of management available using multi-channel software, today I’ll be discussing eBay integration…
When you think about selling online what’s one of the first words that comes to mind? eBay, right? It’s no wonder, as a company they’ve been around since 1995 and have become a multi-billion dollar business. eBay is a marketplace used by both private and business sellers worldwide and given how simple it is to set up an online store more and more companies are making the leap. Continue reading
In a previous post I discussed Magento integration for multi-channel ecommerce and how StoreFeeder can help with your Magento ecommerce operation, but let’s take it to the next step…
In order to allow a system such as StoreFeeder to connect with your Magento store you will need to set up something called an API user along with an associated role. An API is the means by which software can communicate with each other.