This article is to help you understand what you will be needing and some key information you need to know, to help you get started and to be setup for success. Let us begin!
Welcome to Sellbrite!
Before starting the Onboarding Wizard, we recommend you run through this checklist to help you understand what is essential and what is required, in order for the most optimal setup. If you don't have everything we recommend, speak with your Account Executive or Onboarding Manager for further assistance or work-arounds.
What do you need
- SELLING ACCOUNTS + LOGIN CREDENTIALS
Click here for a full list of channels that Sellbrite integrates with.
- SKUs (Stock Keeping Unit)
Getting setup with Sellbrite is super simple if you already have SKUs implemented and matching across channel to channel. If you don't have that setup yet, consult with your Account Executive or Onboarding Manager for further assistance or work-around options.
- Willingness to learn from the pros!
What do you need to know
- What are SKU's?
SKU stands for Stock Keeping Unit. It is a way to uniquely identify every product you sell that makes inventory management possible across channels.
If you don't have SKUs setup already in your sales channels, we highly recommend that you take the time to add them in before getting started. Some sale channels, like Amazon, will require you to have a SKU for every listing. Other channels like eBay, Shopify, Etsy, etc., do not require SKUs. The time spent will be well worth it.
- Basic Terminology
Products in Sellbrite represent the physical items that you stock or sell. Your products in Sellbrite contain all data regarding the items you are selling.
Inventory in Sellbrite is a representation of the quantity and monetary value of the products you sell. It is also a virtual reflection of your warehouse and/or stock.
Listings are the "offers" for the inventory on a sales channel. Unlike Sellbrite products, listings are not the physical items you sell.
- Steps to Set Up
1. Connect your sales channels
2. Import in your listings
3. Build out your inventory (can be done with step 2)
4. Confirm listings are properly linked to your inventory
5. Confirm inventory quantities
6. Go live
Note: Set up process may differ between merchants. Please consult with your Account Executive or Onboarding Manager for further assistance or alternative work-arounds.