Walmart.com is growing in popularity as an alternative to Amazon.com and more and more merchants are taking a look at. Like Amazon, you can upload products to the Walmart marketplace one at a time or a few at a time. If you have dozens of products, you can upload as an Excel file to make life a little more organized. But what about bulk upload to Walmart.com ?
Larger merchants have thousands of products to list. It is very cumbersome to list them manually and even if you could, price and quantity changes daily and updating thousands of products manually is impossible. They need to have a tool or service that can keep inventory and prices updated daily. If you don’t, you may sell items that you no longer have stock on. That results in cancellations, negative feedback and poor performance ratings with marketplaces like Walmart.com
Experienced ecommerce merchants realize that to increase the chances of making a sale, you have to get in front of more customers on their favorite marketplace. You must sell on multiple marketplaces.
Some of the popular marketplaces are Walmart.com, eBay, Amazon, Rakuten, Google Shopping, Shopping.com etc.
When you start uploading inventory to multiple marketplaces, a spike in sales generally follows. Soon, however; merchants hit a bottleneck and that is inventory management. If your own website does not synchronize it’s database with the marketplaces, you may make a sale on eBay but you are actually sold out. Order cancellations result in negative feedback and eBay lowers your DSR rating. If the situation is not remedied, marketplaces start restricting your account and could result in eventual suspension. It’s a very real threat and thousands of merchants have learned it the hard way.
That’s where a service like UMP – //uploadmyproducts.com comes in to the rescue. UMP pulls data from your ecommerce platform and pushes it to multiple marketplaces at regular intervals to keep data synchronized across multiple marketplaces. Customers are happy, marketplaces don’t frown on you any more and merchants can breathe easy and keep adding profits to their bottom line.