Online merchants like to upload their products to multiple shopping portals like Amazon, eBay, Rakuten etc. to get in front of more customers. The more visibility they get, the better their chances of making a sale. But it is a very resource intensiv
July 1, 2013 (Newswire.com) - Interloper Inc. announces the launch of its Shopping Portal Command Center (SPCC) to simplify uploading product data feeds to shopping portals. Once you set it up, it can create a new feed and upload to several shopping portals as per the user's preference. Some prefer daily uploads, some periodic while others want to pick and choose - maybe eBay daily, Google Shopping once a week, Price Grabber twice a week and so on. Using manual or FTP methods, merchants now have the freedom to upload their products as and when they deem fit in a time efficient manner. They have the freedom to select the portals they want and how often they want them updated to suit their business.
Every business wants to sell more. You can increase sales by selling more to existing customers and also by acquiring new customers. Acquiring new customers is not easy. One important element is to get in front of prospects. The more people get to see your products, the better your chances of making a sale. How do we get in front of more prospects?
" By showing up where the customers are"
In the conventional marketplace, a business's chances of success are better in malls or streets with high foot traffic. The same thing applies in the online world. You need to have a presence where the customers are.
Where do shoppers congregate online? Some people prefer to use search engines to find products and services they need. Others frequent shopping portals where hundreds and thousands of merchants have their wares on display. For example, eBay, Etsy, Amazon, Rakuten etc. There are about a dozen such shopping portals.
If you just have a handful of products, listing them on multiple shopping portals is not a big deal. But if you have hundreds and thousands of products, it can become a very time consuming process and will drain your resources. Products change daily, so does stock on hand and prices. Trying to keep your products updated on so many sites is tough - very tough. That's where SPCC comes in to the rescue.
The Shopping Portals Command Center (SPCC) puts you in control. The SPCC downloads all product data from your e-commerce system / shopping cart and creates data feeds. These data feeds are then uploaded to the various shopping portals. You are in total control. If on certain dates, you don't want to upload data feeds to the portals, you don't upload them. If you only want to upload to select sites, you may do so.
Can't remember when you uploaded data, the SPCC remembers. It also allows you to make portal specific notes for reference?
For more information, visit http://interloperinc.com/shopping-portals/
Interloper, Inc. is based out of Dallas, TX, USA and conducts its outsourcing business worldwide. Areas of interest are web design, development, e-commerce, shopping portals, internet marketing and business process outsourcing.
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