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How to List Your Product
Add Specific Details to Your Product
After you publish your product, click ‘Edit Product’ on your Vendor Dashboard and go to the description where you can describe the main information about your product in bullet points. Only use the bullet points that are relevant to your product.
- Height: How tall your product is
- Thickness: How thick the glass is
- Joint: Size and Joint Gender (Example: 14mm Female)
- Percs: The type of filtration
- Base: The width of the bottom of the product
- Downstem: What connects the bowl piece to the base
- Brand: List what brand of product it is (especially if its your own brand!)
- Made In: Where the product was produced
Weight – Height – Length – Width: in shipping for order to work
After Product is Added
01. Get Order
Once the product is bought you will go see it in Dashboard >> Orders, there you will click on the order and make it processing.
02. Print Label
From there you will click the tab below Orders, Shipping there you will click on tab and hit the refresh button to get the order to appear, then click the tabs in the top right and click print label you will get the label and be able to send it to printer.
03. Request Pick Up
Then when you get enough orders for the week request a good pick up time for the orders you have in each carrier and they will come to your store and pick it up.
Once the customer buys the product and the payment method is authorized we will send the money directly to your vendor account where once you hit the minimum withdraw limit you can transfer the money to your bank account free of charge.
It’s very, very important that you stay updated with your active order’s tracking number(s) and staying in contact with the delivery company in order to give an accurate time frame for your customer.
What is Product Stock Management?
Product Stock Management refers to the process of ordering, storing and managing your store’s inventory. This includes the management of raw materials, components and finished products, as well as warehousing and processing such items
When Should I Enable Product Stock Management?
You should enable Product Stock Management when you have a set amount of units of the same product that you want to list for sale. For example, let’s say you have 10 units of your product and you don’t want to receive orders after the 10 units are sold. If you enable stock management and enter 10 in the quantity field, then after 10 units are ordered, this product will show a message that all the quantities are sold and there is no stock.
But, you might want to take some pre-orders before your product is re-stocked. So you enable Allow Back Order to let the customers place orders even if the product is out of stock.