Gain maximum exposure for your business 24/7
Want to gain maximum exposure for your online store? There’s no better way to do this than to tap into some of the most popular and established Marketplaces out there. eBay alone has over 200 million users worldwide and for a fraction of the cost of conventional offline marketing, you could target a vast audience 24/7.
How it works:
Integration is easily done through your Admin Panel, where you will also have access to a variety of help guides. The various Marketplaces will require a feed containing your product data to be sent to them either manually or automatically. This product feed will enable your product images, information and pricing to show on the Marketplace websites and in search results.
Some of the Marketplaces you could integrate with:
With over 200 million users worldwide, eBay takes the lead in online auctioning. eBay offers users a huge choice of products and online retailers, as well as a buyer and seller feedback system which gives you as the seller, the chance to improve your services and reputation.
Amazon is a highly recognized global brand when it comes to online shopping – they sell almost everything! Amazon shoppers can search through a huge catalogue of new, used, refurbished and collectable products from a range of sellers. Integration is simple, and if you’re selling items already listed in their catalogue, you can quickly become one of their alternative sellers.
Why not sell your products through social media giant Facebook too? All you need is a Facebook Fan Page and a Google Merchant Center data feed and you could integrate with your online store in just a few minutes. Facebook has over 500 million users worldwide and you can spot their social sharing icons almost everywhere.
Google Base allows users to submit products for free via the Google Base API or using a product feed. You can add multiple product attributes so that online visitors can find your products more efficiently in related searches. Your products may also appear in search results on Google Search and Google Maps.
Shopping.com is a well-established Marketplace with around 20 million unique users per month. It offers simple search tools and navigation, appealing content and millions of product and retailer reviews. You can list your products on Shopping.com for free and you will only pay for qualified leads to your store.
Kelkoo is a product comparison website aimed at shoppers who value user advice higher than price. It’s often the place where shoppers looking to research their products will start their journey as it provides millions of product user reviews and instant feedback from aggregated ratings scores. Kelkoo has 32 million unique users across 12 countries and will only charge you as the merchant when a user clicks through from their site to your online store.
Twenga’s proprietary technology brings together millions of offers each day from 11 countries across the world, fetching data from all online stores and products. Users of Twenga will get shopping suggestions, discount coupons and customer reviews. It’s free to list your products on Twenga and you only pay when you sell.