In this guide, we will talk about the section in the "Edit" -window called “Shipping”.
In this section, you control the shipping cost for your product. You will not be able to adjust shipping costs for all your marketplaces here since most of them have their own system that is controlled from their individual merchant admin interfaces.
Below we will go over the marketplaces whose shipping costs you can control from Sello and how they work.
There are two fields you can fill here, "Primary method" and "Secondary method".
Both are pretty self-explanatory, the secondary method is optional though.
There is also an option that lets you offer pickup. Just check the box called “Offer Pickup”.
If you want to offer free shipping on Tradera you need to set the amount in the shipping tab to 0 (zero), you also need to specify a carrier, eg. "DHL".
CDON uses freight classes, instead of setting an actual price you set one of the pre-existing freight classes where each class represents a different cost. There is also a free shipping -option called "Free shipping".
The "Standard shipping" -option means Sello won't include the shipping cost in the data sent to CDON. In this case, a standard shipping cost will be applied in CDON, which class is used in this case is modified in CDON Connect.
If you want to set shipping for CDON using the Excel import tool, you can simply use the letters below to specify shipping cost, set A for 29kr and B for 49kr, and so forth.
The field for shipping on Wish is pretty straightforward, simply set your shipping cost in USD.
eBay requires you to not only specify shipping cost but also what carrier you will be using when delivering the product. Which carriers are supported depends on which eBay country you are setting the shipping cost for.
Usually, there are options like "Other courier" or other generic options suitable for those who cannot find their preferred carrier in the list.
You can also set eBay shipping by importing a file, which can save you time if you need to set this on a large number of products. Read more here.
Etsy uses something called a "Shipping template", this is created in Etsy and then automatically imported to Sello. Read more on how to create a shipping template in Etsy, here.
When you have created the shipping template in Etsy, you'll be able to select it here.