Shopping Feed’s global reach and popularity are on an upward trajectory. During their growth, the firm has gained an understanding of what sets the European market and the American markets apart. While there are numerous key eCommerce channels catering various countries in Europe, in America, there are fewer key players, leaving room for the eCommerce powerhouses like Amazon, Ebay, Jet, and Walmart. Shopping Feed has adjusted accordingly and added new tools to its system to accommodate the high demand that accompanies these major channels.
The features of Shopping Feed’s eCommerce platform are unique and customer-centric. Along with common eCommerce features like auto-setup, barcode search, invoicing and product management, ASIN matching, and SEO marketplace, the platform has distinctive, user-friendly tools like business and auto-remove rules.
For Shopping Feed, member success is paramount. The firm aims to meet the high standards for a responsive and effective customer care
Via Shopping Feed, users can run parallel marketing and sales campaigns across various channels like Amazon, eBay, Google Shopping, Bing Ads, Etsy, and Houzz. The value proposition of using Shopping Feed is that clients do not need to add extra personnel in order to manage such multiple campaigns. “User can manage parallel marketing campaigns from the comforts of a small team; tremendous investments are not required to sell on industry standard channels,” adds McCullough. Therefore, Shopping Feed provides a cost-effective way to sell more products across the internet, from the comfort of your existing team.
Looking forward, Shopping Feed is currently enhancing their a repricing add-on that will provide insights to users on the pricing of similar products on eCommerce giants like Amazon, thus allowing users to price their products accordingly and automatically. The firm looks to launch itself in the Asian market, with Singapore and Japan as their main focus in the coming calendar year. The absence of external investments within Shipping Feed, has given the customer-centric firm an independence from investors that allows it to produce something that is truly unique, nimble and flexible.