How to list products on Amazon and process orders using M2ePro

By Chris Dawson February 13, 2018 - 11:00 am

This week we are running a series of three videos from M2ePro covering everything you need to know about the Amazon opportunity.

You can watch the first video here which tells you everything you need to know about the world wide opportunity that selling on Amazon has to offer and the three main ways in which you can engage with Amazon as a supplier or a merchant on their marketplace.

Today’s video focuses in on how to list your first product on Amazon from Magento using M2ePro and then how to manage orders when the sales start rolling in. You’ll learn everything from setting up your first product, connecting your Amazon account, specifying attributes and mapping Amazon values and how to manage your orders when products are purchased on Amazon.

Tomorrow’s video will take a deeper dive into optimising your Amazon listings to win even more sales.

Videos in this series

Video 1: The Amazon Opportunity and how Magento and M2ePro can help you get onto Amazon
Video 2: How to list products on Amazon and process orders using M2ePro
Video 3: Optimising your listings on Amazon for Sales Success

How to list products on Amazon and process orders using M2ePro

Come back tomorrow for the final video in the series and learn how to optimise your listings on Amazon for sales success.

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