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Import Amazon to Facebook

Is this your first time here? Visit us and create your own Amazon Facebook store
If you have any questions please see the guide below.
How to find your Amazon Seller ID:

1. Browse to http://www.amazon.com.

2. Search for a product that you are selling on Amazon.

3. Copy the link from the "Ships from and sold by yourSellerName" (this row is located under stock data )
 
4. Extract your seller id value from the link, as seen below:
For example, in the link:
 
"A3VMJ3R6NBCP4J" is the required value.
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    Wspringfield1306

    The problems is the instructions do not tell where to pay the URL

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    Emma Harper

    Hi There,

    You add the URL to the import process.

    www.StoreYa.com > Click 'Get started now' button > Choose the relevant platform (Amazon) > Start the import process.

    Thanks,

    Emma 

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    Coupon Granny

    I have around 10k in listings on Amazon. Do you have a tool to grab all of them?

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    Emma Harper

    Hi there! Yes, we can support 10k items using our private jet pricing plan - 

    http://www.storeya.com/public/pricing

    The initial import of this amount should be done using a CSV file as explained here - 

    https://storeya.zendesk.com/entries/20304888-Manually-create-a-Facebook-store

    Make sure to use the exact format as the sample CSV file (You can download it from the link)

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    Gil Hetzroni

    Other then the monthly fees, do you charge transaction fees?

     

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    Emma Harper

    Hi Gil, no there are no transaction fees.

    If you have any further questions, you are welcome to send us an email to: Support@storeya.com

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    Gil Hetzroni

    OK I just read the FAQ that there are no transaction fees. You should add it to the main plan descriptions, other carts write it so you would assume that if you don't advertise it that you charge transaction fees. 

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