ekmPowershop.com links with SellerExpress

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If you’ve got an ekmPowershop ecommerce website and are wondering how to get your products listed and selling on marketplaces, then their new partnership with SellerExpress is made just for that – more sales through more channels.

You might think it strange for Tamebay to be writing about how to sell on marketplaces, but I’m constantly amazed at just how many businesses out there have a website but haven’t tapped into eBay, Amazon or Rakuten yet. This new partnership between ekmPowershop and SellerExpress is an ideal opportunity for marketplace virgins to get going.

SellerExpress provides everything you need to sync stock and manage orders between your online shop and marketplaces like eBay and Amazon. It’s a complete package for managing every step of the marketplace sales cycle – inventory management, auto price checking, order fulfilment, customer emails, shipping, currency conversion and much more… all in one simple to use software application.

So if you want to sell through eBay, Amazon and other marketplaces as well as your own online shop… look no further than the latest SellerExpress integration to manage your stock, help you price your products effectively, fulfil orders rapidly and streamline your workload.

Nick Stansfield at ekmPowershop comments “Multi-Channel’s a really popular request from online shop owners on ekmPowershop looking to broaden their sales channels. Marketplaces like eBay and Amazon offer a huge source of untapped revenue for many of our customers, so adding SellerExpress to the ekmPowershop.com eco-system will make lots of online retailers happy this year.”

To celebrate the launch of this brand new integration, SellerExpress are offering 1 FREE MONTH of SellerExpress with free managed setup, exlcusive to all ekmPowershop.com customers.

6 Responses

  1. Also, more relevant to their customers, their servers have just crashed pretty spectacularly.

  2. Sellerexpress have just destroyed our eBay stock quantities by importing the eBay listings with the original quantities & then uploading it without taking into account the sales on those imported listings.

  3. Hello Toby,

    I am sorry to hear your experience. If you email our support team and mark for my attention, I will investigate this further and get back to you.

    We place customer service at the core of our business and offer a free managed set-up, free training and support as part of a free trial. This helps customers evaluate SellerExpress and our support levels whilst also resolving any bedding-in issues without spending a penny.

    As I say, I am sorry to hear your experience and I would be happy to investigate this once I have your account details.

    Kind Regards,
    Brendan Doherty CEO

  4. Anyone putting all of their stock onto any new system I would advise to have a backup plan as much as possible.

    We use channelgrabber and although most of the time everything runs according to plan and very well there are cases, as with any software, when things don’t.

    I use my own stock quantity checkers to check that the quantities really are correct across all platforms.

    Most are fine but a few aren’t and need investigating.

    The initial setup a few years back was very fraught and I think I and CG have both learned a lot.
    Good luck



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