Think about the last time you shopped for something… Did you do a search on the company name or on a specific product? Probably on a specific product, right?
Well, when you’ve used a product exporter (something brilliant like the ShoppingCartProduct Feed), and an end user goes to the online merchant you’ve linked up to and searches for your product, the resulting link that appears brings the user directly to that specific product on your site. This makes shopping less of a pain for them and increases the amount of traffic to your site.
There are people looking for your products, but they don’t know where to find them. Why? Because they do what they always do. They search for it on Amazon or Google Merchant or Shopzilla and they don’t find it.
So how do you help these future moneymakers potential customers? By making their life easier and exporting your products to these sites so they can find them (aka – Google Food :))
Think about the last time you bought something online. How was that experience? Was it simple and easy? Or frustrating and difficult?
Chances are, if it was easy and simple, then they took their business seriously: they had a shopping cart set up.
Being an online business is different than bricks and mortar. You don’t get the chance to tell someone verbally why they should buy from you and that they will have a positive shopping experience if they go with you. But there are always opportunities to look like a company who means business (haha.) and one of those is by having a shopping cart set up.
The e-commerce business is a fierce battleground, and to be at the top of your game, you have to have your shopping cart synchronized. Why? First of all, it makes life a lot easier for you. Think: I-only-have-to-go-to-one-place-to-have-my-products-show-up-everywhere-else. And secondly, it makes life easier for your client. Think: I-love-what-this-company-sells-and-now-I-can-access-all-their-wicked-stuff-in-more-than-one-place!
So other than the obvious mentioned above, why else should you synch your shopping cart?
1. Selling your stuff in bundles = more sales for you = 🙂
When you’re going to a merchants’ shopping cart to see which of your products has been ordered, you’re losing money. Now imagine how much money you might lose when you have thousands of products on multiple online merchants’ websites and you’re paying an employee to manually check and fulfill the orders!
Well, guess what? With ShoppingCartProductFeed – You don’t have to do that.
Adding your products to more than one platform has always been frustrating and time consuming – especially when the list is this long (Amazon Product Ads, Amazon Seller, AmmoSeek, Bing!, eBay Merchant, Google Merchant, Google Adwords, NextTag, PriceGrabber, Shopping.com,ShopZilla, XML/CSV Export).
Does this sound familiar?
You have a product and all of its information listed on Amazon and decide that you also want it to be sold on Shopzilla. Being the sophisticated business person that you are, you go to Shopzilla to add your product, only to have to reenter all of your product’s information since Amazon and Shopzilla are two different entities with different forms and layouts. Now try this with 30 merchants!
Sound like a good time? Not really. So, how do you get your products to show up on more than one platform, without spending hours (upon hours) reentering the same information? By having ShoppingCartProductFeed.com – Shopping Cart Product Export do the work for you.
Synchronizing your shopping carts with online merchants (like: Amazon Product Ads, Amazon Seller, AmmoSeek, Bing!, eBay Merchant, Google Merchant, Google Adwords, NextTag, PriceGrabber, Shopping.com,ShopZilla, XML/CSV Export) allows you to manage your stock across all platforms, automatically and without much – if any effort! This not only improves your operation’s efficiency, it also provides for: