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Markets

  1. Pricefalls Marketplace Integrations

    Pricefalls Marketplace is a relatively new and somewhat overlooked 3rd party catalog style marketplace where online retailers can list their products. Although it is fairly straight forward with a $19.99 dollar fee monthly and then a percentage of every sale much like the Amazon system we can happily say that this marketplace is indeed different than some others so not a complete "cookie cutter" approach as it were. For those looking into the catalog formula and maybe less and less into the cost per click advertising platforms available this really does appear to have a fully self contained shopping environment such as Amazon where the customer completes the entire transaction from beginning to end through the Pricefalls marketplace website however the actual payment goes directly and immediately to the retailer. Side note: Seems to date that fees are NOT taken out until monthly bill arrives from Pricefalls team. Lets Lay out the basic Pros and Cons to Pricefalls...

    Pros:

  2. Amazon Asins from UPCs

    ASIN stands for "Amazon Standard Identification Number" and acts very much like a UPC except that it is unique to Amazon and not unique to an actual product but really is unique to an actual Amazon AD. This is a crucial difference and one of the most overlooked opportunities on Amazon. Let 's just break it down simply. Lets say we have a particular toaster oven. It will have a UPC that is a unique identifier to that actual toaster. If you goto multiple appliance stores and look at that same toaster as you're shopping around the prices and description from multiple stores may vary however the UPC should still be unique. Now an ASIN is for the ad and not the product. This is the equivalent of going store to store and there is the same price, same description, and yes the same product. The ASIN is generated by an Amazon seller for a particular product. There are in many cases if not most multiple ASINS per UPC. Yes this means that for that toaster oven there maybe 5 or 6 different ads for

  3. Magento to Buyseasons

    Integrate Buyseasons aka buyseasonsdirect datafeed directly into your Magento store. Automatically update inventory several times daily, remove outdated products and integrate new items.

    Buyseasons is a large online wholeseller and drop shipper that has approximately 20,000 products at any given moment mostly pertaining to costumes and novelty products.

    With a Magento store allow us to fully integrate their product feed directly into your database including everyrhing form Images to size charts and match those to your specific categories.

    • Full Buyseasons Catalog integration with all products imported into your online Magento storefront. Approximately 20,000 products at any given time
    • Full Buyseasons Details will also be integrated from pictures to descriptions and Sizing Charts. Videos and multiple imagesalso available on select products.
    • Attributes for sizing will be integrated on the fly into
  4. Magento 2 on Linux with Plesk

    Manually adding Magento 2 to 1and1 Linux box with Plesk

    Added a Magento 2.0 template from Templatemonster of all places and ran into substantial problems even after making sure we were in full compliance with Magento 2’s prerequisites. If your planning on this venture there are a few things you need to know.

    Basics for Magento 2

    • MySql 5.6+ or greater
    • PHP 5.6.+ but NOT some of the 7+ packages so be cautious

    Link for Magento official prerequisites: Here

    These are for the basics for specifics please go to Magentos requirement page. If it caught you by suprise that some later packages as of this date are not compatable you’re certainly not alone. As we delve into this it becomes increasingly more resemblant of a beta and not a full fledged final software package.

    So lets take the template from templatemonster which is

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