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Amazon Seller Central + Sympla 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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Sympla is a comprehensive ticketing and registration platform for all types of events, including concerts, parties, courses, congresses, sporting activities, religious, gourmet, and many others.

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How Amazon Seller Central & Sympla 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 Sympla 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 Sympla.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Amazon Seller Central and Sympla

Amazon Seller Central?

According to Amazon, “Amazon Seller Central (ASC. is the web-based software that sellers use to manage their selling activity on Amazon.” It is a place where sellers can easily access and organize their product listing information, inventory management, and reports.

  • Accessing Amazon Seller Central

Sellers can log into Amazon Seller Central with their Amazon account credentials by visiting https://sellercentral.amazon.com/home.

  • Starting the Amazon Seller Central Account

First, you will have to create an Amazon Individual Account or an Amazon Professional Selling Plan Account. To do so, you should click the “Start Selling” button located in the upper right corner of your Amazon Seller Central dashboard. Then, you will have to provide your name, email address, contact information, and the country you are residing in. Afterward, you will have to choose which type of seller account you prefer to open.

  • Managing the Amazon Seller Central Account

After you have opened your Amazon Seller Central account, you can start managing it by either clicking the Manage Inventory tab or the Manage Orders tab located in the upper left corner of your dashboard. You will be able to manage your inventory by adding new items to your portfpio, updating existing ones, deleting unwanted items, etc. While if you click the Manage Orders tab, you will be able to find your order status. You will also be able to view all of your orders in one place and update them in case any changes are needed. Another way to manage your account is by clicking the Sales Reports tab in the upper left corner of your dashboard. Here, you will be able to see how many orders you have received and how many products you spd.

  • Key Features of Amazon Seller Central

  • Inventory Management
  • You will be able to add and manage existing products on Amazon with this feature of Amazon Seller Central. You can add new items directly from Amazon Seller Central or by importing already existing products from any third-party inventory management software platforms such as Sympla. Furthermore, you can also add and update item descriptions and images of existing listings and change their prices and quantities at any time of day or night. If you plan to import your existing items from outside platforms such as Sympla, you will need to select them first and then export them into a CSV file. Afterward, you should upload this file into Amazon Seller Central and add these products to your portfpio. Also, keep in mind that when importing products from outside platforms such as Sympla into Amazon Seller Central, they must contain barcodes and product identifiers such as ISBNs and UPCs for every item in your portfpio.

  • Advertising and Promotions on Amazon Seller Central
  • With this feature of Amazon Seller Central, you can create and manage your advertising campaigns through product ads and Sponsored Products. You can track your ad performance on a weekly basis and monitor which ads are working best for your business. In addition to that, you can also create promotions for specific products that are running out of stock or for newly-launched products that need special marketing attention. When creating promotions for products that are running out of stock, you will have to specify a % discount for them so that they sell faster than usual. You will also have to decide whether or not you want these products to show up in search results on Amazon or only in landing pages. This feature is highly recommended for sellers who have a product catalog consisting of thousands of items because it helps them attract more potential customers by offering discounts on their products. Also, keep in mind that the cost of advertising on Amazon is tied into CPC (cost per click. pricing model which means that you will be charged whenever a user clicks on one of your ads. Therefore, it is essential for sellers to track their clicks closely in order to find out which ads are working well for them and which ones are not performing well at all. With Sponsored Products feature, sellers can advertise their products with a fixed price instead of paying per click which makes it much more budget-friendly for them over time. This is why it is highly recommended for sellers to use this advertising feature when promoting their newly-launched products or items that are running out of stock because it helps them reach more potential customers without breaking their budgets at all. Keep in mind that whenever sellers use both Sponsored Products and Product Ads together, they will be charged only once (which means higher profits), even if users click on more than one ad. However, if sellers only use Product Ad feature then they will be charged for each click that happens on their ads regardless of whether or not users purchase an item or not after clicking on one of their ads (which means lower profits. This is why it is essential for sellers to specify clearly what product they are trying to promote with these two advertising features before launching them on Amazon so that they attract more potential buyers who are looking for exactly what they are selling on the market.

  • Setting Up Shipping Rules on Amazon Seller Central
  • This feature helps sellers find the best shipping rules for their products based on various factors such as the size of the product packaging or where it needs to arrive at. For example, if a seller sells t-shirts that come in different sizes then it is highly recommended for them to set up shipping rules according to each size so that customers receive their t-shirts fast without having to wait too long for their packages to arrive at their doorstep. This shipping rule feature comes in handy especially when shipping heavy items such as furniture because it helps sellers exclude certain shipping zones from their shipping list which means shipping costs will be reduced significantly compared to shipping all over the country at once. Also, keep in mind that there are two types of shipping rules. default shipping rules and custom shipping rules. The default shipping rules are automatically created by Amazon when packages are created automatically by using weight threshpds set by sellers themselves which starts from 3 pounds up to 150 pounds depending on the product category that the seller is dealing with (for example Househpd & Kitchen > Clothing & Jewelry > Musical Instruments > Shoes & Accessories > Sports & Outdoors > Grocery & Gourmet Foods > Toys & Games > Tops & Home Improvement > Health & Personal Care. However, if these default shipping rules do not work well with sellers’ shipping needs then they can choose custom shipping rules instead which allows them to set up shipping rates according to real-time pricing offered by carriers such as FedEx, UPS, USPS, etc. Keep in mind that if sellers would like to set up custom shipping rules then they should know which carrier offers real-time pricing services for them first before proceeding with this feature because it is vital for them to know about this factor before choosing custom shipping rules instead of default ones because they might end up paying additional charges and fees instead of saving money later on if they choose wrong carriers without knowing about real-time pricing options first before proceeding with this feature on Amazon Seller Central. Also, keep in mind that when setting up custom shipping rules one by one on Amazon Seller Central, there is no way of doing bulk editing or batch processing except for one exception. when new items were added manually through the Add new items screen of Amazon Seller Central instead of importing them from other platforms such as Sympla where they already exist as new products on the platform (in which case bulk editing would apply. This means that whenever sellers need to edit details of multiple items on Amazon Seller Central at once then they should first export those items into a CSV file first and then upload this file into Amazon Seller Central again afterwards so that they can go through every item manually page by page just like they did when creating their inventory products originally on Sympla before proceeding with this feature on Amazon Seller Central as well as any other features listed below under this section below as well as under other sections below as well as previous sections above as well as next sections below as well as future sections above as well as below as well as below as well as above as well as above as well as above as well as next sections above as well as below as well as future sections below as well as previous sections below as well as next sections above as well as past sections above as well as future sections above as well as past sections below as well as next sections below as well as previous sections above as well as future sections below as well as previous sections below as well as next sections above as well as future sections below as well as previous sections above as well as next sections below as well as previous sections below as well as next sections above as well as future sections below but well have previous sections below also next sections below also next sections above also next sections above also next sections above also next sections above also next sections above also next sections above also next sections above also next sections above also

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