Selling on Walmart.com isn’t easy if you do these 3 Mistakes


Selling on Walmart.com is easy. But things take a hit when vendors start following some clichéd tips and outdated advice.

Are you a new Walmart seller?

Knowing what to do is important. But in the crowd of so many tips, tricks and “hacks”, knowing what not to do is equally crucial for your success.

Here 3 mistakes you should avoid to make selling on Walmart marketplace easier and more profitable:

  1. Handling everything manually- There’s a lot to handle at the backend, right from product listings and feed optimization to inventory management and order fulfillment. Controlling everything manually could be very time-consuming. So signing up to e-commerce solution isn’t optional anymore—it’s essential. So find a nice solution, manage not only Walmart store but also sell more on other platforms by easy integration on a centralized platform from Shopify to Amazon.
  2. Solely relying on an internal search engine- Relying solely on only the internal search engine of Walmart won’t help you much. Things are very competitive here and optimizing products/stores is very challenging. So sellers must also make marketing efforts on other channels as well, including social media platforms.
  3. Not leveraging analytics- As important as it is, sadly many people don’t make use of available data to optimize their sales. Don’t be one of them. Make use of analytics and calculus reports to understand the effectiveness and loopholes in your strategies. See what is working and what isn’t. Understand every aspect and then make improvements in your overall approach to boost your sales.

These are 3 mistakes that new Walmart sellers must avoid to enjoy a successful journey ahead. Good luck!!

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Posted on September 21, 2017, in ChannelSale Software Solutions, Selling on Walmart.com, Shopify to Amazon and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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