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Amazon Seller Central + Mailgun Integrations

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About Amazon Seller Central

Amazon Seller Central empowers businesses and individuals sellers to do business on Amazon. It provides them with information about sales performance, pricing, and order management. Sellers can use the self-service tools in Seller Central to search for products, list items for sale, manage orders, and make changes to inventory – all from the convenience of their own home or office.

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How Amazon Seller Central & Mailgun Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Amazon Seller Central as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Mailgun as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Amazon Seller Central to Mailgun.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Amazon Seller Central and Mailgun

Amazon Seller Central (ASC. is an online software used by Amazon sellers to analyze their sales data and inventory management. It also allows them to list their products and monitor their inventory. Mailgun is a cloud service that provides web hosting for email servers. It is an alternative to third-party email services.

Amazon Seller Central (ASC. is a set of software tools developed by Amazon that allow sellers to manage their inventory, track their sales data and communicate with customers. These tools are provided for free by Amazon. According to the official website of ASC, it offers the following features:

  • Inventory Management – To help sellers manage their inventory and sales data, ASC offers a catalog system and an inventory management system that allows users to track and organize items, view historical sales data and set pricing strategies.
  • Customer Service – Users can use the built-in customer service tools to communicate with their customers, including order tracking and email management.
  • Analytics – ASC provides data analytics tools to help users understand their customer base and supply chain, allowing them to optimize their business practices.
  • Fulfillment – The Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA. program has been available since 2008. It enables sellers to send goods to be stored in Amazon warehouses, and then shipped, delivered and returned on behalf of the seller.
  • Advertising – The self-service advertising platform on ASC helps sellers advertise their products on various Amazon platforms and services through text ads or sponsored search results.
  • Recommendation Engine – The recommendation engine on ASC recommends suitable products to users based on their search history, favorites and other factors.
  • Seller Central Mobile – A mobile app that allows sellers to manage their accounts from their mobile devices. It can also be used to scan products and compare prices at physical stores, as well as review customer feedback and business performance statistics.
  • Amazon Webstore – Amazon Webstore was launched in 2011. It is a hosted e-commerce platform that allows developers and small businesses to build online stores and sell products on Amazon’s platform.
  • Fulfilled by Amazon (FBA. – Since 2008, FBA has allowed sellers to send goods to be stored in Amazon warehouses, where they are packaged, stored and shipped to customers on behalf of the seller.
  • FBA Prime Pantry – Launched in 2014, FBA Prime Pantry is a program where Amazon Prime members can fill a box with household products and have it shipped directly to them within two days for a flat fee of $5.99 per box.
  • FBA Shipping Add-on – Launched in 2015, FBA Shipping Add-on gives sellers the option of using Amazon's nationwide fulfillment centers for shipping rather than shipping directly from their own warehouses. Sellers can choose this service for individual orders or enroll in a monthly subscription model.
  • Seller Fulfilled Prime – Launched in 2015, Seller Fulfilled Prime is a program for sellers who want to ship products from their warehouses directly to customers but still make use of some of the benefits of FBA, such as access to Amazon’s fulfillment centers, bulk shipping rates, discounted product listing fees and more promotional opportunities on ASC.
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS. – Launched in 2006 as EC2, AWS is a collection of remote computing services, including S3 storage service, EC2 compute service, CloudFront content delivery network (CDN), SQS queue service, Route 53 DNS service, RDS database service among others. These services allow developers to build applications without managing servers or storage infrastructure. Most AWS services are only available in northern Virginia; most AWS data centers are located in northern Virginia or Oregon with one located in Dublin, Ireland and another in Sao Paulo, Brazil as well as a development center in Seattle, Washington. There have been plans announced to build new data centers in India and China but neither has opened yet—the facility in India will open in late 2018 while the one in China will open by the end of 2017 or early 2018; the first AWS data center opened in late 2004 in San Antonio, Texas.
  • MWS – Launched in 2009, MWS offers developers programmatic access to Amazon’s product catalogs using the web services interface programming model; its features include searching for products by keyword or ASIN number, adding or modifying items in product catalogs and tracking price changes for a given product over time.
  • Product Advertising API (PA API. – Launched in 2011, PA API provides programmatic access to product information and advertising campaigns for Amazon’s products on third-party websites; it supports over 40 languages and allows access to a variety of product information such as title, description, images, prices, categories etc., as well as advertising campaigns such as contextual search campaigns for Google AdWords etc.; its features include support for internationalization of product names (UTF-8 character encoding), ability to specify which countries should be searched when looking for products (for example specifying USA as a country filter will only return results from USA), ability to perform bulk updates of product information such as title and description etc., ability to specify keywords that should be matched when looking up products etc.; its API Key is valid until it expires after one year; its documentation specifies that it requires 24 hours after request creation before it becomes active allowing up to six hours before request submissions begin being processed; its API request limit varies depending on the account’s current usage level but is generally between 1000–2500 requests per day; it supports authentication via OAuth 2 although note that this method will be deprecated soon; it uses HTTP Basic Authentication method for providing credentials; it uses HTTPS protocol version TLS 1.1 or later; it uses JSON data format although older versions used XML format; its pricing structure includes free tier that supports up to 2500 requests per day with 100 free requests per month along with paid tiers starting from $0.0050/1000 requests ($0.0005 USD/1000 requests); note that there are additional charges for storing data generated through use of PA API such as product images so not all costs are included in these pricing figures; note also that there is a yearly fee of $0 for those who exceed free tier limits; note that PA API does not charge any fees for use in mobile apps however Amazon does charge app developers 30% of revenue earned through apps; note also that PA API does not charge any fees for use in desktop apps however Amazon does charge app developers 30% of revenue earned through apps; note also that PA API does not charge any fees for use in website widgets however Amazon does charge websites using widgets 30% of revenue earned through widgets; note also that PA API does not charge any fees for use on Alexa Skills however Amazon does charge website owners using Alexa Skills 30% of revenue earned through skills; note also that PA API does not charge any fees for use in Alexa Flash Briefings however Amazon does charge website owners using Alexa Flash Briefings 30% of revenue earned through flash briefings; note also that PA API does not charge any fees for use in Alexa Gadgets however Amazon does charge website owners using Alexa Gadgets 30% of revenue earned through gadgets; this programmatic access can be used by developers of mobile apps, desktop apps, website widgets, website plugins etc.;
  • Product Advertising Content API (PAC API. – Launched in 2012, PAC API enables developers to create rich media content like video or audio ads based on product information from the product catalogs on ASC; its features include ability to specify which countries should be searched when looking up products etc.; reliability issues led to it being shut down in December 2016 with no replacement currently available although there are plans for one; note also that information about PAC API is available here although note that this page is marked as “archived” meaning it may contain outdated information; note also that PAC API does not charge any fees for use so all costs are included in these pricing figures; PAC API also supports internationalization of product names (UTF-8 character encoding), ability to specify which countries should be searched when looking up products etc.; its API Key is valid until it expires after one year; its documentation specifies that it requires 24 hours after request creation before it becomes active allowing up to six hours before request submissions begin being processed; its API request limit varies depending on the account’s current usage level but is generally between 1000–2500 requests per day; it supports authentication via OAuth 2 although note that this method will be deprecated soon; it uses HTTP Basic Authentication method for providing credentials; it uses HTTPS protocol version TLS 1.1 or later; it uses JSON data format although older versions used XML format; its pricing structure includes free tier that supports up to 2500 requests per day with 100 free requests per month along with paid tiers starting from $

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on July 01, 2022 5:55 am