Merchants using 3dcart can now easily list on eBay thanks to new integration. 3dcart Chief Marketing Officer Joe Palko said the eBay integration gives customers the ability to better compete with larger online brands.
“We had a very big demand from our merchants for the eBay integration,” he said.
The company already knew of 800 merchant customers who were registered sellers on eBay, and Palko said he was sure that number would grow with the release of the integration.
And 3dcart is not stopping with eBay – Palko said it has plans to integrate Amazon as well.
So what would he tell eBay sellers who are not using 3dcart? “They should know that we offer complete eBay integration, no transaction fees, built in marketing tools and 24×7 phone support,” he said.
With the eBay integration, 3dcart merchants will be able to list their products as an auction or buy it now (fixed-price) format; while shipping calculations can be either calculated by eBay or set as a flat rate. Payment processing for the product will be administered by eBay and orders for listed items are reflected within the 3dcart store for processing.
A 3dcart merchant will be able to import all eBay orders into 3dcart for processing, inventory control and management. Orders on eBay will be tagged with a specific eBay prefix for easier identification.
eBay Store owners will be able to pull category structures into 3dcart for continuity, and special integrations, such as eBay Motors, can also be accommodated within the format and platform.
The eBay integration is included for no extra charge on every plan Professional Plus and higher – meaning any 3dcart plan over $99 per month will include eBay integration. (Pricing plans are available on this page.)
More information about 3dcart’s eBay integration is available on the 3dcart blog.