This article is about managing your Amazon Webstore listings and orders. Amazon Webstore is a hosted ecommerce webstore service—similar to other shopping cart platforms. It is a separate service from Amazon Seller Central.
If you need to connect Solid Commerce to your Amazon Webstore, please see Connecting to Amazon Marketplaces, Amazon FBA, and Amazon Webstore.
What we'll cover:
- Amazon Webstore Overview
- Importing and Syncing Your Listings
- Listing New Products
- Controlling Quantities and Prices
- Managing and Fulfilling Orders
- Related Articles
Amazon Webstore Overview
Amazon Webstore is a separate service from Amazon Seller Central. With Amazon Webstore, you provide the URL for your store, and customize the design. Unlike with other shopping cart providers, you can push your Amazon Seller Central listings into your store, so you don't need product images or additional product details.
Our Amazon Webstore integration is highly automated. Your webstore is connected to the same Market List as your Seller Central account, providing you with one centralized place to manage your items. Your Amazon Seller Central products, quantities, and prices are sent to your webstore. This is different than our other shopping cart integrations, which allow you to select which items to list, and offer you control over the prices and quantities sent to the webstore.
Amazon Webstore uses the same seller ID as your Amazon seller account. The orders pass through your Amazon seller account, and you can view your webstore listings in your Amazon seller admin panel.
If your Amazon Webstore is connected to an Amazon locale other than the U.S. (U.K. for example), we will sync the webstore to your Solid Commerce Market List for that locale (the Amazon U.K. Market List).
Importing and Syncing Your Listings
Active listings only import from your Amazon Seller Central account. You cannot import listings from your Amazon Webstore. The quantities and prices in Solid Commerce will match your Amazon marketplace listings, not your webstore listings.
If you are already connected to your Amazon Seller Central account, and are now connecting to an Amazon Webstore, your listing import will not be affected.
If your Solid Commerce Amazon Market List contains items that are not listed on your webstore yet, you can list them by selecting them in your Market List, and clicking the Update Listings button.
Listing New Products
Adding new products to your Amazon Market List lists them on both your webstore and Seller Central.
You don't need to populate any additional fields to list to your webstore—only the stock Amazon fields.
Controlling Quantities and Prices
The settings you enter in your Solid Commerce Amazon Market List control your quantities and prices on both Seller Central and your webstore. If you are using an automated repricing rule on your items, the price adjustments are sent to your webstore too.
Managing and Fulfilling Orders
Amazon is the Market Name on all of your Seller Central and Amazon Webstore orders. The actual marketplace or webstore name displays as the Store Name.
You can ship your Amazon Webstore orders the same way you ship your Amazon marketplace orders. If you need to customize your Shipping Rules for your webstore orders, you can select your webstore from the Sales Channel drop-down menu in the And item was bought on marketplace section of the rule.
You can use the same packing slip for all of your Amazon orders, or use a different packing slip for Seller Central and each webstore.
- Connecting to Amazon Marketplaces, Amazon FBA, and Amazon Webstore
- Listing a Product That Exists in Amazon's Catalog Using a Spreadsheet
- Creating a Basic Amazon Fixed Price Rule
- Creating Shipping Rules to Automate Your Shipping