Teapplix: 10 Years Automating Operations for eBay and Amazon Sellers
From shipping orders and synchronizing inventory, to connecting sales channels with QuickBooks, Teapplix has back office automation nailed
With over ten years in the software business, Teapplix has carved out a unique position for themselves. They’ve made back office automation their focus. Teapplix helps sellers maximize the speed and accuracy of their shipping, inventory synchronization and accounting operations.
Back office operations may not be glamorous, but they are crucial to get right. Shipping has to be fast, inventory levels have to be up to date, and accounting has to be accurate. If you can do a great job of all those, you’ll please a lot of important people: customers, marketplaces and the tax authorities!
With a decade of continuous enhancements, Teapplix has reached a level of sophistication and reliability to meet the needs of most ecommerce businesses. Teapplix is used today by eBay and Amazon sellers handling from 10-20 orders per day to thousands of orders per day.
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Selling on Facebook Marketplace and Daily Deals for Retailers and Brands
Facebook finally has a marketplace where businesses can sell directly to consumers. Here’s how it works and how to get started selling.
This post is by Daniel Sperling-Horowitz, the President and Co-founder of Zentail.
Before I go any further, you may be thinking:
Facebook Marketplace, isn’t that the local, consumer-to-consumer marketplace?
You’d be correct, or at least 50% correct. Following the early success of their Marketplace, Facebook is now helping brands and retailers sell products on Facebook Marketplace as well.
This post focuses on Facebook Marketplace for Business, the online marketplace accessed directly within Facebook that allows users to discover and buy products directly on Facebook without being redirected off the social media platform to a merchant’s webstore.
We expect this will become a major online shopping channel for authorized resellers and brand owners.
Amazon Vendor Central: All Your Questions Answered
From getting started to purchase orders, Direct Fulfillment, and understanding allowances. We demystify Amazon Vendor Central.
There are two ways to get your products selling on Amazon: as a seller (also known as third-party or 3P) or as a vendor (first-party or 1P).
The end result looks the same either way – your products will be available to buy on Amazon. But that’s where the similarities end. Amazon Vendor Central is actually a completely different concept to Seller Central. It’s crucial to understand the fundamental differences and not just compare each feature separately.
While a lot is written and said about Seller Central, information on Vendor Central can be harder to come by. There is some level of mystery surrounding exactly how it works. So, in this article, we have answered the most important questions that people have about Amazon’s vendor side.