Post by Demon5 » Wed Jan 09, 2013 4:21 am

Has anyone integrated Sears Marketplace into Opencart?


Hi,
Sears.com now has an active marketplace of 3rd party retailers to sell on our site, much in the same fashion as Amazon. We would love for you to be a part of this community mainly because of the strong accessory assortment that I saw on your Amazon storefront and website.

Attached you will find a document that explains the opportunity available and below is a link to the Seller Portal:
https://seller.marketplace.sears.com/Se ... sp?atype=2

Some things to point out –
• We collect sales tax for you (in states that require it) and Sears will report it and you will not need to
• We do not influence or control your pricing
• Payment terms are rolling 15 days
• Membership fee is $39.99 per month (I will waive this for 6 months)
• Uploading is slightly different from the Amazon process because we require some additional fields (see attached) and (see the links below for help)
• There is an option for Sears to fulfill. Here is all the information on the different options - http://www.searscommerceservices.com/fu ... sears.html

Uploading assistance:
Bulk
http://searsmarketplace.force.com/artic ... opup=false

Single
http://searsmarketplace.force.com/artic ... opup=false

XML Documentation
http://searsmarketplace.force.com/artic ... ew-Content
http://searsmarketplace.force.com/artic ... iew-Orders

Thank you once again and I look forward to following up later this week.

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Post by labeshops » Wed Jan 09, 2013 4:38 am

I've been working with sears for a bit and their system leaves a lot to be desired at the moment. I add items to inventory, and 4-5 weeks later, they actually show up on their site :( So by the time inventory shows up, I might have sold it thru my stores or Amazon.

Hoping it will improve as they grow but haven't had any sales on it yet. Do like that they do not have the category restrictions amazon does.

BTW, Walmart is also doing a 3rd party marketplace though it's still not open to everyone yet. Only select merchants they invite right now.

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Post by labeshops » Wed Jan 09, 2013 4:39 am

I've been working with sears for a bit and their system leaves a lot to be desired at the moment. I add items to inventory, and 4-5 weeks later, they actually show up on their site :( So by the time inventory shows up, I might have sold it thru my stores or Amazon. I have been adding items manually which is also what I do with Amazon, so haven't tried any automatic methods.

Hoping it will improve as they grow but haven't had any sales on it yet. Do like that they do not have the category restrictions amazon does.

BTW, Walmart is also doing a 3rd party marketplace though it's still not open to everyone yet. Only select merchants they invite right now.

Running Opencart v2.2 with multi-stores from http://www.labeshops.com which has links to all my stores.

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Post by Demon5 » Wed Jan 30, 2013 4:51 pm

Both Amazon and Sears have invited me but walmart has not. Currently I'm an Amazon Platinum merchant and my website is really doing almost nothing but posting inventory to amazon.. googlebase charging killed my direct website sales. Didn't feel like paying them to put up with random changes and people marking up 2%....

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Post by labeshops » Wed Jan 30, 2013 9:56 pm

Actually, I haven't had the big drop in sales I thought I would when google free product feed went away. In fact, my sales have been increasing. Their change really made me focus more on seo, blogging, social media, backlinks, and other ways to get traffic that have actually proven to have a better conversion rate for me than google product feed did. I also use alternates like the find, frogit, etc and get some traffic from them, but organic seo created traffic is the bulk of my sales at the moment.

Have had my first sales on sears.com and increased sales on amazon - even a few on ebay. Still wish walmart would open up it's 3rd party program so I could list there, but will still have to wait for that one.

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Post by cedcommerceteam » Thu Sep 07, 2017 6:41 pm

Hi,

We're Official Channel Integration partner with SEARS Marketplace ( http://bit.ly/2eNGngj ) and have the top quality extension for SEARS MARKETPLACE - Magento, Shopify, and Woocommerce etc. if you want we can develop for you. Enquiry now - https://cedcommerce.com/contacts

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