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How to put Amazon Products on Sale

 

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  1. Donald Steinberg
    Donald Steinberg says:

    I have been watching the tutorials and now think I have a an idea of how to proceed. I would greatly appreciate feedback.
    A little background i have amazon europe, north america and japan accounts where product data is in different languages i.e. amazon france ‘s listings are in french,,,etc.
    roadmap as i see it would be
    -setup a different magento store per each language>configure m2epro in each store with only the account for that marketplace/language
    -get asins and amazon attributes for magmi from amazon with widget chimp amazon exporter.
    -setup the amazon specific attributes in magento then import using magmi for each language using store id to indicate what language’s data goes with what language’s store
    -setup description policy per each category/product type
    -m2epro>map magento products to 3rd party listings>then list on amazon
    -inventory changes in any channel will be updated in the other marketplaces automatically by m2epro

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