Webinterpret in review for April 27, 2015
Today marks the beginning of a series of bi-weekly blogs recapping what happened within the world of Webinterpret in the last two weeks. In these blogs expect to get relevant information on our various projects and on things that might interest international ecommerce sellers around the world.
So let’s get started. Here’s what’s been happening in and around the world of Webinterpret…
Improved prices and billing
We have improved Webinterpret’s price synchronization and updating system. The prices of foreign listings will be more up-to-date.
We’re also in the process of unifying currency settings during billing when clients use different currencies between shops or platforms (eBay/Amazon).
New UI improvements
We are working on a major addition for the new UI called Listing Optimizer. The new Listing Optimizer will give clients an overview of things that can be improved to increase international sales. The optimizer will be visible as soon as you log into your Webinterpret account.
Here’s a rundown of some Listing Optimizer tips you can expect to see in the future:
- Free shipping per country: would show which countries could use the free shipping option.
- Add countries: would suggest a list of additional countries where you could sell.
- Default item conditions: would show how you can increase the amount of listings by setting item conditions (new, used, refurbished) on your original listings. Item conditions might not be required in one country but can be in others.
In the future also expect tips on:
- Risky keywords being used
- Missing conversion charts
- And more…
Amazon shipping videos
New articles in our Help Center
We’ve added a set of new articles to the Help Center. Here are a few notable ones:
- How inventory is synchronized
- How to set shipping categories in new UI
- How Webinterpret handles VAT
- How to set shipping exclusions on eBay
Last week we moved to a larger office in Warsaw, Poland. Our new space now has over 2000 m² and for the time being should accommodate our constantly growing team.
Digital marketing revolution
Some of us will be in attendance at the Digital Marketing Revolution, in Warsaw, Poland. If you’re in the vicinity at the time, drop by and say hi!
That’s it for this week. Expect another bi-weekly recap in two weeks with more information on what’s new at Webinterpret and what’s happening in the world of international ecommerce. In the meantime, don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.