Web hosting giant GoDaddy has announced that its Canadian customers can now sell their products on Amazon and eBay directly through its Websites + Marketing solution.
For those unfamiliar with it, Websites + Marketing combines an easy-to-use website builder with a suite of marketing tools to help small businesses grow and reach new customers.
Now, with GoDaddy’s latest Marketplaces feature, entrepreneurs in Canada can sell their products on Amazon and eBay through a single dashboard. Using their existing website + marketing product catalog, customers can list products with Amazon and eBay with just a few clicks and everything is updated for them.
All orders arrive in one place so ecommerce site owners don’t need to log into each market to see what they’ve sold, what needs to be shipped, and what needs to be restocked. At the same time, inventory is automatically adjusted and synced as orders are received so customers don’t have to worry about accidentally overselling out-of-stock items.
In addition to GoDaddy’s new Amazon and eBay integrations, Websites + Marketing now enables customers to leverage the power of social media to help grow their business’ online presence.
Entrepreneurs can now plan, publish and monitor their business Instagram account right from the Websites + Marketing dashboard.
Vice President and National Director of GoDaddy Canada, Anne De Aragon provided further information on the company’s latest updates to her Websites + Marketing solution in a Press release, saying:
âWhile online shopping has been a key sales driver, especially amid the COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring that businesses are set up for digital success has never been more important. With integrations with Amazon, eBay and Instagram, we’re excited to offer these powerful new features as part of our growing line of e-commerce and digital marketing tools to ensure Canadian businesses can create an online shopping experience. professional and unique to thrive in the digital economy. “
While these new features are currently only available in Canada, they could eventually arrive in the United States at a later date to help American entrepreneurs grow their small businesses as well.