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    Four easy ways to enlist a product on any marketplace


    May 8, 2021

    Sellers with a retail store can believe that listing goods online is difficult in this digital era. If you have all of your paperwork in order and an item to sell, the final step in starting your online business is to list your item. 

    With enlist product in Lazada, [ลงสินค้า Lazada, which is the term in Thai] it is possible to list your product with ease. You can do it in a variety of ways, so pick the one that better suits you.

    1. Scan your product – It helps you to scan barcodes on your goods to list them on any marketplace. If your items have barcode technology, simply check them using the scan button on the marketplace app’s main display’s top right corner. You can compare your item to a product that already has a barcode connected with it. You can simply add offer information to the product to list it.
    2. Match your products to the existing list – Many sellers’ goods are available on the marketplace. It has a product matching function to avoid same product from occurring multiple times. Brand matching allows you to compare your item to one that already exists. When you match, the marketplace adds the bid information (cost, amount, shipping process, and so on) that you offered for that product to the description page of that item.
    3. Use prepare listings – You can list items by using the ‘Prepare Your Listings’ function if you have a spreadsheet with detailed information. Sellers will find the option by going to Seller Central > Prepare Your Listings > ‘Add a Product’ and can add their product on the marketplace app.
    4. Use custom inventory options – A custom inventory framework gives sellers a basic collection of parameters in a spreadsheet that they can use to list a large range of items all at once. This is incredibly beneficial if you have a wide range of items. You may use a single template to provide all the information about each item you want to offer. 

    By James

    James Harrison: James, a supply chain expert, shares industry trends, logistics solutions, and best practices in his insightful blog.