Hello guys i have a couple of questions im confused about just needed help. Thanks
1. we have 3 different ebay templates that we have gotten custom designed through our designer. One is for used, refurbished and new. Can we be able to use this easily when listing on ebay using magento. I saw the video Matt did in response to Dave and it seemed as if it took time. Just wanted to know there is an easier way since we have over 5000 skus which some require different templates.
2. Im in the u.s does anyone know of a good web hoster for Magento
3. We have about 6,000 items active on ebay right now is there any tool that will allow us to import those listings into magento. If so will we have to manually add the sku for those listings so it can match the sku to the products that are in magento
1 Yes it is easy just need 3 different description policies with your 3 template html added in there. M2E Pro lets you view it so you can see what it looks like.
2 A good US Magento host is http://www.nexcess.net/uk-mage…..to-hosting i amsure there are others but these are well thought of in Magento Community land.
3 This one is for Matt & Dave but i think Magmi will be involved
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Dale has done a good job on answering the first 2 Q’s.
As for 3 this sounds like it would be a perfect contender for something we are working on called exportmylistings. It isn’t ready yet but it’s pretty close, and this would give you the ability to export your ebay listings and directly import them back into Magento and then do the sync from there.
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