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Improving the listing selection process

WebInterpret’s Adaptive Translation System considers a number of factors before selecting items for translisting on eBay and Amazon and localization on Webstores. What sellers don’t realize is that WebInnterpret has a complicated item selection process due to the complexity of the platforms it operates on. It isn’t merely a matter of selecting items that have the best sales history. Here are a few things you should consider and prepare for when using Webinterpret solutions.

Webinterpret item selection factors on Amazon:

  • The item’s sales history (item variations aren’t taken into account)
  • If it’s been online for at least 30 days
  • If it has international shipping set
  • If the item has appeal in targeted countries (i.e., winter clothes sell differently in Canada than Spain)
  • And a few other specifics…

Webinterpret item selection factors on eBay:

  • The item’s sales history (item variations aren’t taken into account)
  • If it’s been online for at least 30 days
  • If the item has a fixed price (Buy It Now)
  • If it has international shipping set
  • If the item has appeal in targeted countries
  • If the item’s selling format is Good ‘Til Cancelled
  • And a few other specifics…

Some of the conditions are mandatory (fixed price, for example), but most merely increase the item’s chance of being selected by our program, so make sure your best-selling items have the above conditions setup.

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