Last Login: 6/24/2015 11:16:46 AM
|New functionality and functionality you might not know exists...
Websites no longer have to be tied to Amazon
If you turn off the Amazon link in the website control panel the Amazon Payments option is also turned off which means all payments will go through the Paypal or Mal’s Ecommerce payment processer.
The flip side is that the website will not pull Amazon product detail, reviews or images when not directly linked to Amazon.
That data has to be supplied by you through AOB, Fillz or your own uploads.
Images can be supplied as an URL on the upload, uploaded directly to the website by sku/isbn, or pulled from OpenLibrary.
This is not an ‘all or nothing’ choice. You can flip between the ‘Amazon Linked’ and non-linked as often as you wish with a single checkbox allowing you to decide which works best for your website.
Google Product Base
We will automatically generate and upload your listings to Google Product Base (Froogle)
You can general a SiteMap that Google and other search engines will use to help index your website.
AOB/Fillz can automatically be configured to send inventory updates to the website
Amazon – For smaller sellers WOB can pull your inventory directly from Amazon
Other Inventory Uploads – You can upload inventory files from just about any source. We currently have customers uploading files from Homebase, Monsoon and excel CSV spreadsheets.
Mix and Match Inventory Sources
Even if your main inventory source is AOB,Fillz or Amazon you can upload additional inventory from any CSV file that will be added along with your current inventory.
Payment Methods Support
Amazon Payments – Required if the website is linked to Amazon.
Mal’s Ecommerce – A secure payments processer with a host of payment options.
Paypal and Mal’s send back the status of the payment back to the website.
AOB/Fillz Order Integration
Non-Amazon Payments the order will be sent directly to AOB or Fillz.
When you enable Mal’s you can accept Checks, Credit Cards, and Google Payments.
True Hosting Account
You have full access to the hosting account your website is running on. You can add additional domains and scripts (such as blogs) that require their own database.
Please visit my website for costs and instructions for signing up.
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