Outsourcing

Introduction coming soon.

  • 1. Import Listings

    • Import from Shopify 

    • Import from WooCommerce

    • Import from Other

    • Import from Excel

  • 2. Create Listings


    Step Guide

    You can create listings manually by following these steps:  

    1. From your Outshifter dashboard, go to Products > Listings.

    2. From the Listings page, click Create.

    3. Enter the details for your product, and save them by clicking on the blue Checkmark buttons.

    4. Click Publish, on the top right corner of the page.

    If you leave the listing without publishing, it will be saved as a draft.


    Details

    Below you will find specific details for completing each section of the listing:

    Images

    Add images to show Sellers and customers across sales channels what the product looks like. Upload images by clicking on the gray default image.

    • File - The best file type for most product images is JPEG. Images can be any size up to 4472 x 4472 px, or 20 megapixels.

    Info

    • Title - The name of your product as you want Sellers to see it on the Outshifter platform. 

    • Description - The description of your product. This area uses a rich text editor so that you can format your text. Describe your product in detail to inform your potential Sellers and customers.

    Pricing

    • Price - The price that you're charging the final customer for the product.

    • Sales Commission - The percentage of the Price earned by and transferred to the Seller when a purchase is completed.

    • Revenue - The revenue you are left with after the Sales Commission is deducted.

    Channels

    Categorization

    Categorization helps Sellers better filter, search and find your products on the Outshifter platform. A product can have only one main category and one subcategory.

    • Category - Select a main category for your product from the dropdown menu.

    • Subcategory - Choose a Subcategory of your main product category from the options available.

    Inventory

    • SKU (stock keeping unit) - The code that identifies the product within your business. For effective tracking and sales reporting, each SKU needs to be unique.

    • Barcode (ISBN, UPC, GTIN, etc.) - Barcodes are typically used by Sellers. The identifier needs to be a new or existing Global Trade Item Number (GTIN). Some sales channels require a GTIN before a product can be published using the channel.

    • Quantity - Total number of units in stock. A minimum quantity of 3 units is required.

    Shipping


  • 3. Multi Edit

  • 4. Update Listings

  • 5. Listing Regulations

  • 6. Verification Process

Solution

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