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  # 2077822 23-Aug-2018 11:00
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UHD:

 

@gnfb how much do TradeRunner charge for their service?

 

 

Sorry for tardy reply I dont actually remember now bot it was 100's of dollars a year 





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  # 2077982 23-Aug-2018 14:58
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  # 2104015 9-Oct-2018 16:34
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I am reasonably new to woocommerce (previously used other systems) but have over the last year inherited work of a few woocommerce sites.

 

One in particular I have tried to implement traderunner without success while it seemed like a great tool I had a lot of trouble with the implementation and it basically wiped all my current listing from trademe and then left me hanging unable to get anything up and running. Support was terrible partly because they seem to only have one person doing it - it took two weeks to get a reply from my first query. I then installed it on another site to try a new installation and again had trouble - another two weeks waiting for support. Ultimately 4 weeks down time from sales not ideal.

 

Any way aside from that you can easily download a csv file from trade me of your products simply go to my products, products, tick all products and then click export.

 

Then you will need to reformat it to suit the woocommerce import see details here: https://docs.woocommerce.com/document/product-csv-importer-exporter/

 

To create exports out again I use Product Feed Pro - needs a bit of work to set up a trademe feed you just need to follow tradme guidelines for import file formats. Product feed pro makes google shoping set up easy.




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  # 2105445 10-Oct-2018 11:48
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TRD:

 

I am reasonably new to woocommerce (previously used other systems) but have over the last year inherited work of a few woocommerce sites.

 

One in particular I have tried to implement traderunner without success while it seemed like a great tool I had a lot of trouble with the implementation and it basically wiped all my current listing from trademe and then left me hanging unable to get anything up and running. Support was terrible partly because they seem to only have one person doing it - it took two weeks to get a reply from my first query. I then installed it on another site to try a new installation and again had trouble - another two weeks waiting for support. Ultimately 4 weeks down time from sales not ideal.

 

Any way aside from that you can easily download a csv file from trade me of your products simply go to my products, products, tick all products and then click export.

 

Then you will need to reformat it to suit the woocommerce import see details here: https://docs.woocommerce.com/document/product-csv-importer-exporter/

 

To create exports out again I use Product Feed Pro - needs a bit of work to set up a trademe feed you just need to follow tradme guidelines for import file formats. Product feed pro makes google shoping set up easy.

 

 

 

 

Thanks I appreciate the information





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