Connect JET API (Instruction)
This step is performed by GeekSeller team, it is much fast to do it than ask sellers to do that on their own. Test is a way to show to Jet that a merchant has an access to a tool allowing them to interact with Jet database. It consists on creating a test product, test orders and test return, and submitting data to JET server.
To allow GeekSeller to perform this test, merchants invites GeekSeller to Partner.Jet.com as a developer, using an email geeksellercom+XXX@gmail.com, where XXX is merchant’s ID in GeekSeller database.
If a seller already sells on JET this step should be skipped, since JET API for this seller has been tested on the other platform used bye a seller before switching to GeekSeller.
1. Create New Product
2. Import from XLS or CSV - see details here
3. Import Products from extensions:(Must connect API first) Shopify or Amazon - more extensions will be added soon.
4. If a seller already sells on JET and has product on JET listed, GeekSeller will download those product to its database.
When submitting products to JET there could be some errors reported by their API about incorrect or missing data about products. Those errors must be fixed before submitting to Jet.
Submit to Jet
User can do that on their own via dashboard (click here to see how).
If a seller has hundreds of products, GeekSeller can submit them in bulk via file upload, this is a desired way of submitting bigger amount of products and it will be explained in details in another lesson.
Jet returns Errors
If after a week or two Jet returns errors. Seller needs to review errors, fix if needed then resubmit all products. If possible, GeekSeller provides support to merchants with those fixes. If no fix needed re-submit all products (sometimes only resubmission is enough, in some cases JET did not receive for some reason all data about products). After the resubmission, firstname.lastname@example.org has to be notified. Also, review this post for more details.
Items take 2-4 weeks to be approved by Jet.
Merchants can also apply to Walmart by submitting their application via GeekSeller.
Insert Walmart API to GeekSeller
Import Products to GeekSeller (Tools>Choose option)
- Create New Product
- Import from XLS/CSV
- If a seller already sells on Walmart, GeekSeller can import existing data from Walmart to GeekSeller database
- Import data from Amazon or Shopify (shopify.geekseller.com)
Fix Errors before submitting to Walmart. GeekSeller panel can detect most common problems with products.
Submit to Walmart
- Click check all box at the top left
- Click “Bulk Import”
- Click “Export to Walmart”
- Submit qty to Walmart with a button “Export Qty to Walmart”
See details here.
Create and complete test order
(see details here)
Account will go live within 2-3 days after test orders are complete
To go live, sellers must initially export to Walmart either at least 1000 SKUs or at least 10% of their catalog which ever is first.