Add Product

In e-commerce, products refer to tangible goods or intangible services that are offered for sale on online platforms. These platforms can include websites, mobile apps, or other digital channels where transactions take place. Products in e-commerce typically have detailed product listings that include information such as product descriptions, specifications, prices, and images. Customers can browse through these listings, add items to their virtual shopping carts, and proceed to checkout for payment and order fulfillment.

Steps to Upload a New Product:

  1. Login to the Shopaccino Admin
  2. On the left-side menu, click on Product
  3. Now, click on "Add Product" on the top right corner.
    • Tips
      If there are any errors with your product data, you can still save the product and edit it later.
    • Note:
      If there are any errors with your product data, you can still save the product and edit it later.
  4. Click General, Add the NAME, SKU, primary category, and secondary category, summary, short summary, description,
    label, size chart and other required fields

    Name The "name of the product" typically refers to the specific title or identifier given to a product listed for sale on an online platform. It is the name by which customers can identify and distinguish one product from another. The product name is a mandatory element of the product listing and is prominently displayed. The Characteristic limit is about 1-250.
    Sku An SKU, or Stock Keeping Unit, is a unique identifier assigned to a specific product to help manage inventory. In e-commerce and retail, each product variant or distinct item typically has its own SKU. SKUs are alphanumeric codes or numbers that make it easier for businesses to track and manage their inventory accurately. The Characteristic limit is about 1-50.
    Barcode A barcode is a graphical representation of data that is machine-readable. It consists of parallel lines of varying widths and spaces that encode information. Barcodes are used to uniquely identify products, items, or entities, and they are commonly found on product packaging in retail, inventory labels, and various other applications .The Characteristic limit is about 1-50.
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    Short Summary A short summary of a product is a concise and informative overview that highlights key features, benefits, and uses of the product. It provides potential customers or users with a quick understanding of what the product is, what problems it solves, and why it may be valuable to them. A well-crafted short summary aims to capture attention, generate interest, and encourage further exploration or consideration of the product.The Characteristic limit is about 1-2500.
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    Summary The summary of a product is a brief and condensed description that encapsulates its essential characteristics, functionalities, and advantages. It aims to provide a quick understanding of the product's purpose, features, and benefits. The Characteristic limit is about 1-2500.
    Description A product description is a written representation of a product that provides potential buyers with information about its features, specifications, and benefits. A well-crafted product description is crucial for online retailers as it helps customers make informed purchasing decisions by offering details that may not be apparent from product images alone. The 1–5,000 characters is the limit.
    Primary Category A "primary category" refers to the main or primary classification under which a product or item is categorized on an online marketplace or retail platform. When sellers list their products on e-commerce platforms, they typically assign them to one primary category that best represents the nature of the product.
    Secondary Category A "secondary category" refers to an additional classification or categorization assigned to a product, beyond its primary category. While the primary category is the main classification that best represents the nature of the product, secondary categories allow for further refinement and specificity.
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    Label The term "label" can refer to different things. In the context of e-commerce or product management, "label" might have a few different meanings.
    Size Chart A size chart is a visual guide that provides information about the dimensions and measurements of a product, typically clothing or footwear, to help customers determine the most suitable size for their body or feet.Size charts are commonly used to assist shoppers in making informed decisions about the fit of a particular item before making a purchase.
    Brand The brand is used to help identify your product and will be shown to customers. The brand should be clearly visible as an integral part of the packaging or label, and not artificially added in the product image.
    Limit:1–70 characters
    Country Of Origin The "country of origin" refers to the country where a product is manufactured, produced, or assembled. It is the place where the final stage of the manufacturing process takes place or where the product undergoes a significant transformation. The country of origin is important information for various reasons, including trade regulations, consumer preferences, and marketing strategies.
    HSN/SAC HSN (Harmonized System of Nomenclature): HSN is an internationally standardized system for classifying products traded globally. It provides a uniform structure for categorizing goods and is used for customs tariffs and the collection of trade statistics. SAC (Services Accounting Code): SAC is a system used for the classification of services for taxation purposes. It is adopted by the Indian GST (Goods and Services Tax) system to categorize services for the application of taxes.
    Shipping "Shipping" can refer to various aspects in different contexts. In the context of e-commerce and logistics, it generally involves the transportation of goods from one location to another. Here are a few key aspects related to shipping in e-commerce: Shipping Methods,Shipping Costs, Tracking, Shipping Labels, International Shipping, Shipping Providers, Shipping Policies,Fulfillment Centers.
    Shipping Weight Shipping weight refers to the total weight of a package, including the product(s) inside and any packaging materials used for shipping. It is a crucial factor in determining shipping costs, as carriers often charge based on the weight and dimensions of the package. The shipping weight is used to calculate shipping fees, which can vary depending on the shipping method, destination, and the carrier's pricing structure.
    Free Shipping "Free shipping" refers to a promotional offer in which a seller or an e-commerce platform covers the cost of shipping for customers, meaning that customers do not have to pay any additional fees for the delivery of their orders. This marketing strategy is widely used in the e-commerce industry to attract customers, increase sales, and enhance the overall shopping experience.
    Tick this, if you don't want to charge shipping on this product for all Shipping zones.
    Accept Cod "Accept COD" typically refers to the practice of allowing customers to pay for their orders using the "Cash on Delivery" (COD) payment method. In a COD arrangement, the customer makes the payment in cash to the delivery person at the time of receiving the ordered goods.
    If you allow customers to place orders with COD payment option.
    Estimated Handling Time Estimated handling time" refers to the anticipated duration it takes for a seller or business to process and prepare an order for shipment after it has been placed by a customer. This handling time is distinct from the shipping or delivery time, which represents the period it takes for the shipped items to reach the customer's destination.
    Attributes Attributes refer to specific characteristics or features of a product that provide detailed information to help customers make informed purchasing decisions. These attributes can vary depending on the type of product and industry, but they generally include information that describes the product's specifications, qualities, and characteristics. Providing comprehensive and accurate information for these attributes can enhance the overall customer experience, build trust, and contribute to successful online sales. It's important for e-commerce platforms to present this information clearly and concisely to help customers make well-informed decisions.
    Product Specification, Availability, Customer Rating, Brand Information.
    Images and Video Including high-quality images and videos of the product is a crucial aspect of e-commerce, as visual content helps customers better understand what they are buying. E-commerce platforms should prioritize providing a visually rich experience by incorporating high-resolution images and, when applicable, videos that effectively communicate the product's features and benefits. This not only improves the overall shopping experience but also contributes to higher conversion rates and customer satisfaction.
    Variants In e-commerce, variants refer to different versions or options of a particular product that share a common base but have variations in certain attributes. These variations can include differences in size, color, style, capacity, or other features that give customers a range of choices within a single product listing. Offering variants allows sellers to present a more diverse product catalog without cluttering the website with separate listings for each version of a product.
    Inventory and Pricing Inventory and pricing are two critical aspects of managing and selling products in e-commerce. Properly managing these factors is essential for the success of an online store.Effective management of inventory and pricing requires a combination of technology, strategic planning, and ongoing analysis. Shopaccino platform provides tools and features to assist in these areas, helping businesses optimize their operations and provide a positive experience for customers. A taxable product refers to a product for which sales tax or value-added tax (VAT) is applicable when it is sold to a customer. The tax is usually imposed by the government, and businesses are required to collect and remit these taxes to the appropriate tax authorities. The rules and rates for taxation can vary widely depending on the jurisdiction and the type of product being sold.
    MRP: 2500 - Discount : 500 = 2000(Selling price).
    Inventory: Current stock : 5, Reorder level: 2, MOQ: 1
    Taxable Product: 12%
    SEO and Google SEO, or Search Engine Optimization, is a set of strategies and practices aimed at optimizing a website or online content to improve its visibility in search engine results pages (SERPs). Google, being the most widely used search engine globally, plays a crucial role in SEO efforts.Given Google's dominance in the search landscape, understanding and aligning with its guidelines and ranking factors is fundamental for successful SEO. Continuous monitoring, adaptation to algorithm changes, and a focus on providing value to users are key elements of effective SEO strategies.
    Tags and Filters Search tags and search filters are tools used in various online platforms, including e-commerce websites, search engines, and content management systems, to help users refine and narrow down their search results. These features enhance the user experience by allowing individuals to find specific information or products more efficiently. Search tags and search filters are complementary tools that contribute to a more efficient and user-friendly search experience. They empower users to find relevant information or products quickly by offering ways to navigate and refine search results based on specific criteria.
    On a blog, articles about technology might be tagged with terms like "gadgets," "software," or "innovation"

    In an e-commerce platform, search filters may include options like price range, brand, size, color, and customer ratings to help users find the exact product they are looking for.

    ADD On In the context of e-commerce, "add-ons" typically refer to additional features or extensions that can be integrated into an existing e-commerce platform to enhance its functionality. These add-ons can provide extra capabilities, improve the user experience, and offer more features to both merchants and customers. It's important for businesses to carefully select and integrate add-ons that align with their specific needs and goals. Regularly updating and expanding the functionality of an e-commerce platform through these add-ons can contribute to improved customer satisfaction, increased sales, and overall business success.
  5. After adding the required information, Click on the SAVE Button.

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