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  • Sell products directly on Amazon using Shopify
  • Shopify makes it simple to manage inventory, product listings and orders
  • Find new customers on Amazon, the largest online marketplace

Sell on the world’s largest online marketplace

Selling with Shopify makes it’s easy to share your products with new and existing customers. Add the powerful Amazon sales channel and connect to the largest online marketplace.

With this integration you can efficiently fulfill orders, manage inventory across all your sales channels, and sync product details, variants and images to your Amazon Seller Central account.

Features:

  • Sell your products on Amazon using Shopify
  • Create new Amazon listings (Fashion, Apparel, Accessories) directly from Shopify
  • Link Shopify products with existing Amazon listings (any category)
  • Sync inventory tracked by Shopify with Amazon listings
  • Set unique price and reserve inventory just for Amazon listings
  • Fulfill Amazon orders directly from Shopify
  • Easily reconcile revenue from Amazon sales using Shopify reports

  • Using sales channels like Amazon you can generate incremental revenue. Why put all your eggs in one basket? Start selling in more places today!

    Amazon reviews (11)

    posted

    Don't waste your time, app is not ready yet. Just like most of the shopify sales channels apps this fails big time. It does really nothing, click link amazon products to shopify 4 of my listings show out of dozens. Click create new listing using my shopify products and error can't create any unless your in the fashion category? So can't really do anything.

    Just wait until this app is properly designed or go directly to amazon and do it right. Can't believe someone got paid to create this lol

    posted

    Does not connect with selected product Fulfillment.
    Your only choice is to manual ship items which is not to helpful when your product
    has an fulfillment center other than amazon handling the order.

    posted

    This is sort of a cautionary lesson to those thinking about trying this, especially those who don't already sell on Amazon. Certain types of stores just aren't a good fit. My store carries mainly limited items and one-offs from overseas brands; we might only have one or two of each item in stock, and we're just constantly adding new items as we sell what we have.

    First, signing up for an Amazon Professional Seller account is time-consuming in itself, and it also costs $39. There's no real way to "try out" the Amazon channel before paying that. So you could be out of luck if you figure out it's just not for you.

    Because our products were not known to Amazon, I had to fill out a bunch of new info for *each* product. Amazon also has its own image requirements (that Amazon itself doesn't follow), so if you're given images from the manufacturer that aren't 1,000 pixels on one side, you basically can't list an item.

    In the end it was clear that it was going to be at the very least a huge amount of work to get my listings on Amazon, and that the time I'd take doing so would be better spent just trying to sell them on my own site, especially considering we only have one or two of each item.

    Also, if you sell on Amazon, be aware that you have to abide by their liberal return policies. Since our items are imported, mostly handmade and limited (and also since we have so many people asking us to "borrow" our items), we have a strict return policy and our customers all know it. The Amazon return policy alone was almost a dealbreaker for us.

    I guess I expected this to be more of a Shopify sales channel like any other - your products and inventory are still in Shopify and your store policies apply. But this is really just like a sync app between two totally separate stores; one your Shopify store, the other your Amazon store. If you already sell on Amazon or you have a store that's only got a few products but many of them (rather than the reverse), then this might be a good fit. It wasn't for our store.

    posted

    Wrong link products ... can't edit product on order when push wrong name . Link products show only 5 products

    posted

    This is a good answer to channel sells with Amazon. To give you a quick summary, the application will fetch from Amazon all of your orders into Shopify and sync back to Amazon the order fulfillment via Shopify fulfillment. Likewise it will sync inventory for you. TIP: set shopify tracks inventory!

    I would give this a 5 star but it still needs a few tweaks from the developers. However, this is the first week out of beta so give the folks at Shopify to here what we would like in feature improvements.

    Tracking input is not granular, i.e. FedEx not FedEx SmartPost or Ground or Express, etc - same with USPS Priority Mail, First Class and UPS Ground, SurePost etc.

    Another reason I cannot give this a 5 star at this time is that it brings all Amz orders into Shopify, regardless of whether you have this product in Shopify or not. I find this a problem because we run 2 stores online with different products. The result is you can only sync 1 store, else you will have duplicates.

    FYI - there is a latency on order sync back to Amz, I have notice 1 - 2 minutes. Sometime faster.

    I would recommend you giving this a try. Hope this helps.

    Thanks,
    ThunderHorse Bob

    posted

    very bad because it just support USD, any idea when it available for other currency?

    posted

    By the way - I love Shopify. My highly critical review of this Amazon APP is after spending dozens of hours trying to get it to work. Not only is is buggy it has destroyed dozens of my listings on Amazon.

    Today I discovered that 27 of my Amazon listings were "suppressed" and the Shopify app deleted almost all of my information related to these products on Amazon, so there was no way to restore them without deleting them on Amazon and relisting them.

    After contacting tech support I was told it wasn't possible for the application to delete information - BUT IT DID.

    This APP may work very well for an Apparel shop as you are suppose to be able to create a listing on Amazon. If you are not an Apparel store this app is only good for synchronizing inventory IF you link the products and if the bugs are fixed. I would proceed with great caution in linking these product UNLESS the product title and the SKU are EXACTLY the same on Amazon and Shopify. I would test items that are not critical to you business.

    I have tried numerous apps on Shopify and this is the very first time I have run into a situation where the APP destroyed any data (my listings on Amazon).

    However - I am sure Shopify will debug this and make it available to more than apparel merchants. This product was announced in May of 2015 and we still don't have a working beta as of January, 2017.

    If you are an Apparel store this is certainly worth look at bearing in mind this is a Beta and has a long way to go. If a feature is not working it would be nice if Shopify would state that on the application so shops are not wasting time and effort. It would also cut down on tech support calls for a product that is not nearly ready.

    The good news is when this app is debugged and available to most vendors this will be an absolutely fantastic app! Keep an eye on this one. For now proceed with extreme caution.

    posted

    The Amazon Sales Channel is working great so far for us. We already had our items listed on our amazon so linking to those products was a cake!.

    So far we have done $2,000 and since last week in sales. We are waiting to be able to list an entire collection instead of per-item listings. but so far so good.

    Thanks Shopify!

    posted

    I like what I see so far. The feature I'm most excited about is the ability to link listings for seller-fulfilled products on Amazon and Shopify so that you can keep your inventory in sync based on sales on both sites. I'm slowly establishing those links so that I can monitor and learn the process and avoid any surprises.

    Inventory syncing is huge for me, and if that feature functions well, I'll be happy. The app lets you create new products on Shopify then send them to Amazon, but I haven't tried that because I prefer to create my listings on Amazon first since they require much more detail. Duplicating a listing on Shopify is a simple cut-and-paste process that takes less than a minute.

    To keep inventory in sync, you have to switch from processing orders on Amazon Seller Central to processing them on Shopify. That's changed my workflow, but I'm getting used to it, and in some ways, I prefer it. Seller-fulfilled Amazon orders now show up in Shopify orders. I use Stamps.com to batch import all those orders, print packing slips and USPS labels, and then the tracking numbers post back to both Shopify and Amazon. The postback seems to occur faster than when I was batch importing from Amazon.

    I use repricing software on Amazon, not on Shopify, and I'm not certain yet how that will work. You can set a price in the Amazon app on Shopify, and it will appear on Amazon. I'm waiting to see what happens when that price is adjusted on Amazon by the repricer. Will the Amazon app on Shopify set it back to the original price on the next sync or will it leave it alone until I make a revision on Shopify?

    Overall, I think this is a great start, and given that it's still in beta, I'm excited about future updates. Most of the multi-channel solutions are too expensive for the size of my business, and I'd be paying for features I don't need. Ever since I opened the Shopify store after Amazon WebStore shut down, I've been searching for a simple solution to keep my seller-fulfilled inventory in sync between the two sites, and I think Shopify's Amazon app will be just what I need.

    posted

    Only supports UPC codes and not EAN.

    And you can't import orders..

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    Amazon Seller Central - Professional ($39/mth)
    Sell in USDfree

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