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Choosing the Right Onboarding Path: Sellbrite's Free Consultation vs. Premium Onboarding
Choosing the Right Onboarding Path: Sellbrite's Free Consultation vs. Premium Onboarding

Better understand your options for getting setup with Sellbrite

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Written by Holland Rocha
Updated over a week ago

If you're considering Sellbrite for your e-commerce business but aren't sure where to begin, you're in luck. Sellbrite offers flexible onboarding options tailored to suit your needs and budget. In this guide, we'll explore the distinctions between a free consultation call and the paid onboarding package to help you make an informed decision.

Free Consultation Call

What comes with a free consultation call?

This is a 25-30 minute phone call or Zoom meeting with an Onboarding Manager. The call is designed as a discovery call to understand your business needs and assess whether Sellbrite is the right fit. During the call, our team will thoroughly analyze your business structure and identify any potential roadblocks to moving forward. This initial discussion is crucial for qualifying whether Sellbrite aligns with your business goals and if you'd benefit from paid onboarding.

Premium Onboarding

What comes with paid onboarding and how much does it cost?

For a more comprehensive onboarding experience, we offer a paid onboarding package priced at $299. This includes four personalized calls with a dedicated Sellbrite Onboarding Manager, each designed to guide you through the Sellbrite's features.

Call 1: Introduction to Sellbrite

  • Understand and establish your workflow with the system.

  • Complete basic initial setup tasks such as connecting channels, building products, importing listings, and linking listings to products.

Call 2: Deep Dive into Products

  • Review your initial setup.

  • Provide detailed coverage of the Products page.

Call 3: Listings 101

  • Learn how to create and publish listings with Sellbrite.

Call 4: Orders, Reports, Other

  • Gain insight into order management and fulfillment processes.

  • Cover additional areas of the Sellbrite.

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