WooCommerce Amazon and eBay Integration from Codisto
In good news for WooCommerce merchants, Codisto has built a WooCommerce Amazon and eBay Integration. Already available in the official WooCommerce.com marketplace, the new partnership aims to easily enable WooCommerce merchants to connect their stores with Amazon’s and eBay’s global network of over forty online marketplaces.
“WooCommerce merchants already selling on Amazon and eBay will be delighted by the centralized control Codisto’s extension provides, whilst those new to marketplaces will love how easy it is to get selling on marketplaces by adding the extension to WooCommerce.”
– Aleksandra Bettin, Director of Business Development, WooCommerce
The WooCommerce Amazon and eBay Integration enables merchants to automate the creation and management of marketplace listings, keep inventory, pricing and product details synced across connected sales channels and integrate Amazon and eBay orders into their existing WooCommerce workflows.
The WooCommerce Amazon and eBay Integration is available for a free 30-day trial from the official WooCommerce.com marketplace with paid subscriptions starting at $29/month.
WooCommerce Amazon and eBay Integration Features
- List your entire WooCommerce product catalog on Amazon and eBay in minutes
- Create new Amazon & eBay listings individually, in filtered groups or in bulk
- Link existing Amazon & eBay listings to their matching products in your WooCommerce catalog
- Set separate pricing, fulfilment rules & product details for Amazon and eBay listings based on your existing WooCommerce catalog data
- Receive marketplace orders in WooCommerce
- Sync inventory, orders, pricing and product details in real-time
- Supports all global Amazon & eBay marketplaces
- Codisto XpressGrid offers easy spreadsheet style management of all your marketplace listings from a single screen within WooCommerce
- Easy install & go setup, no data migration, no replatforming
- 30-day free trial
Another expensive solution.
With Codisto I would be paying $249 per month as I process 12/1400 orders a month.
Anybody using WooCommerce should be (without a doubt) using WPLister plugins for both Amazon & eBay by WPLabs.
My renewal for this year (for both plugins, not each) was $208.60 / $17.38 per month, for unlimited listings, orders, stores etc…
A saving of 231.62 per month / $2,779.44 per year.
I find the Listings:Orders ratio on many of these type of service plans unbalanced.
10,000 Listings : 1,000 orders
My ratio is
500 Listings : 1200+ Orders.
PS The support from WPLabs is superb
I’m glad to hear you’re doing so well on Amazon and eBay – 1200 monthly orders is a lot, and it’s great hearing stories like these about Woo merchants finding success on marketplaces.
If you’re finding that WP Lister’s extension meets all your requirements than I encourage you to continue using them. If you are interested in finding out more about what makes our product different, I would encourage you and anyone else to take advantage of our free trial.
You mentioned pricing, and I appreciate your feedback on the listings/orders ratio. Our pricing is constantly evolving as we try to balance the needs of merchants with high listings/low orders with those that have high orders/low listings and offer a pricing structure flexible enough to meet both.
It’s a challenge, so we value your feedback. I might also add the $249 Unlimited plan is our highest tier plan, most merchants will find their needs are serviced with the lower plans (starting from $29/m). In your particular case, whilst you do have a very high monthly order count the $99 plan with overages would still be more suitable than the $249 (with $99 plus $0.29 per order over 1,000) so in a month where you do 1,200 marketplace orders the actual billing would be $158.
Generally plans in this price range would only be applicable for merchants doing high volume of orders or with a very high number of listings, and with features such as real-time sync and automated bulk operations that make our product a premium choice and the official selection of WooCommerce, you might find it much easier to manage high performing marketplace accounts such as yours.
@Codisto Personally I do not consider 1200 items a month to be a lot, my aim is to be treble that and more.
Like many sellers we find margins are tight and saving costs as much as we can is important. $158+ a month is still a lot more than $17.38, not forgetting that as we increase sales so would our monthly cost with you, which does not with WPLister.
Looking at your system I do not see much difference between yours and WPLister to warrant paying the extra money but people like different things for different reasons, there is no right or wrong.
PS. Your plugin shows “Pricing starts at $49 USD per month.”