ezimerchant takes the pain out of online selling

E-commerce has been around for a while now, but for mere mortals looking for an easy way to sell their wares online, it still isn’t straightforward.

Our latest Add-On Partner ezimerchant takes the pain away by giving you one central place to manage your products. Your store set-up is taken care of too, plus tricky things like getting paid and security.

Just as importantly it lets you go where the people are – two or three years ago, selling online meant putting up a website and hoping you could bring traffic to it. ezimerchant has some cool tools to help you sell on eBay, Facebook, Twitter and more. Key to this working for you, is the ability to manage all these sales channels from just one place. And you can.

The integration with Xero means your sales orders are automatically sent across when a sale takes place. Watch this video to see how it works:

So if you’re looking to sell online, give it a try. It’s a no-brainer: ezimerchant.com.

2 Comments

Milena
November 11, 2011 at 7:53 pm

Hi,
The Xero feature is just for version 5 or for version 4 as well?

Ronan Quirke
November 11, 2011 at 10:34 am

Hi Milena, I am pretty sure this is only available for version 5 – but you might want to check directly with ezimerchant.

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