Selling On Jet.com

How to Run the Runway Integration in List on Jet

This blog will be a “How to” on the Runway Integration within List on Jet. Jet.com requires sellers to demonstrate a number of tasks to get their product API keys. If you click on the Runway Integration under the navigation bar, it will take you to the start, which lays out all the steps that Jet.com requires from sellers in order for their products to go from test to live. Each step has the initiative, an explanation and how [...]

5 Ways Technology Is Driving The E-Commerce Industry

Technology is forcing the e-commerce world to adapt faster than ever. Today’s technology is helping customers keep track of purchases, gauge prices, and build stronger connections between the consumers and the brand.   Mobile Apps changing the consumer/relationship relationship. Retailers now have the opportunity to connect with consumers that go beyond your traditional shopping experience. Brands no longer need to wait for customers to walk into their store, or run into an ad to engage with the business. Businesses now are [...]

How to Create Your First Listing on List on Jet

List on Jet allows you to create Jet.com listings at ease. This blog post will help anyone who wants or needs extra guidance on how to start creating listings using this tool. Steps to Creating Your First Listing: Once logged in, you will need to click “Listings” on the vertical dashboard located on the left of the screen. You will then click “Create New Listing” to begin a new listing or you can click “Sync Listings” to sync any listed products [...]

How the New Guy on the Block (Jet.com) Plans to Take on Amazon?

Jet.com has cheaper overlapping products compared to Amazon 73% of the time, according to Matt Granite from WKYC Minneapolis. Jet.com doesn’t have anywhere near the same size catalog as Amazon, but for the most part the prices are cheaper and it also uses a "price drop as you shop" feature. If a product similar in feature or industry advertises on the page, the price will drop in because of the convenience of the product being in the same place and/or because the more you buy the lower the marginal [...]

The Growing E-Commerce Industry and How to Succeed In It?

Making money in your sleep is becoming more and more realistic as the e-commerce industry is growing rapidly each year. The impact of social networks and the development of cashless transactions have contributed enormously to this industry, which is growing at almost 20%. While making money in your sleep may be practical, it does take hard work to achieve. Many e-commerce companies create the product, launch a website and then wait for orders to be put in. Since you [...]

Which products sell best on Jet.com?

If you are considering selling on Jet.com you may want to know what products sell best on Jet. In this blog post I will discuss what products sell best and what is the target market of Jet. Jet builds towards a broad catalog which compares to Amazon’s “everything store,” many shoppers will have a hard time finding a wide selection of products that aren’t related to the household. Jet’s core focus for its shoppers is products that focus on the [...]

Gain an advantage over competitors!

For those of you who have decided to sell on Jet.com, may need advice on how to gain an advantage over competitors. In this blog post I will give recommendations on how to get that advantage over competitors. Item price, shipping price, quantity discount, proximity to customer, and total cart composition, are all taken into consideration for you to gain advantage over your retail competition. If your product is also carried by other retailers then we suggest that you: [...]

Jet.com VS Amazon, Should Sellers Ditch Amazon?

Many sellers have a firm opinion of selling on Amazon, however they have a reputation for being strict and unclear in their policies. With Jet.com launching Amazon could have some competition. Should sellers consider adding Jet as an additional channel? Jet promotes themselves as giving Partners the ability to “build a direct relationship with the customers you acquire”. Amazon does not provide buyer email; Sellers do not have the option to direct customers to other websites, etc. When selling on [...]

How to start selling on Jet.com

If you have recently decided to take the plunge and try out selling on Jet.com as a marketplace for your online business, the setup and listing process may be a bit different from what you have experienced selling on other online markets. You will first need to register and apply for your new account. Once you’ve been approved to sell on Jet.com you will need to set up your account. This includes all company policies, shipping policies, and bank information. After [...]

Does Wal-Mart have the Ability to Fly Over Amazon?

If you haven't heard already, Wal-Mart now owns two-year-old e-commerce startup Jet.com, all at a simple price of $3.3 billion.  Some question why Wal-Mart made this acquisition and feel that it will only worsen their struggles rather than fix them.  Others, including CEO of Wal-Mart, beg to differ for a two good reasons: 1. Jet.com has a unique discount technology never seen before that allows customers to receive discounts with the more they purchase. There are also more store discounts if customers [...]