Creating international listings is an Amazon function that uses ASIN numbers to connect items on the British market to pre-existing ones on foreign markets.
The offers listed by WebInterpret are usually those of sole distributors, while international listings are offers tied to already existing items.
- Creating new listings on foreign markets with WebInterpret leads to non-synchronized international listings.
Setting international listings for interaction with WebInterpret:
- Login to your Seller Central and create an international listing (Sell Globally).
- Click "Remove" in the row you want to separate.
3. In the pop-up window choose "Keep these listings in the target marketplace".
⇨ The link is now disconnected. That means that the items you listed on Amazon are still active and the inventory is still synchronizing – you just have to change the prices of the items manually.
⇨ The listing prices added by WebInterpret are synchronized by us.
⇨ The creation of new listings will not influence the connection between marketplaces.