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The Parent Product feature in PARts Console will create a link that will allow a brand or supplier user to manipulate related child products en masse. For example, if a user wants to a change product and fitment data link that contains the same listings, the user is able to link the parent to the child products and implement changes across all linked child products. Lets assume a brake rotor company has a master parent part number of ABC123; Create or make ABC123 the Parent Product ...
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Enform introduces an affordable solution for outsourcing e-commerce data work specialising in auto parts. The PARts e-cosystem includes a number of service providers specialising in online and e-commerce including well known channel listing tools like Channel Advisor, CommerceConnect and Neto. These tools are critical for sales success on market places like Amazon, Ebay and Partsales but must also include a lot of detail data work to bring together inventory and product data to put the be...
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Introducing the most powerful tool in the online auto parts market - PARts Kitting and Bundling. PARts now lets auto parts sellers build any type of product kit or bundle across different brands and product types. A world first, the Kitting and Bundling service uses the database grunt behind PARts Online and Console to build anything from simple product pairs like rotors or shocks to full service kits. Want to offer a service kit including an oil filter, oil and a sump plug? No problem...
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Below is based on an API Guide document recently circulated to eBay partners by eBay Australia. It contains some very important information for eBay sellers and in particular, those selling auto parts and products that are branded. In a nutshell, the change requires sellers of certain products to add brand and part number data to their new listings where available by 30th June 2015 The good news is that a lot of this information is already available through data and system providers like P...
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Come 21st of April, Google rolled out its new “Mobile Friendly” algorithm update which will preference search results for web sites that are mobile friendly. This simply means you’ll get left out in mobile search results unless your website is deemed by Google bots to be mobile friendly. For auto parts suppliers and sellers it's critical that they stay connected to search tools and have the best possible web site for indexing. With out that you're virtually invisible to Google, Bing o...
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