Best Walmart Listing Software Tools
It’s easy to sign up to sell on Walmart Marketplace but it’s no easy task to list products on Walmart Marketplace. And given how fast Walmart Marketplace is growing, not having your listings published is costing you money. The best way to get your products published to Walmart is by leveraging Walmart listing software.
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Here are the best Walmart listing tools:
What’re the best Walmart listing software tools?
Sellbrite is one of the most popular Walmart listing tools on the market. It’s intuitive self-service platform enables you to plug in your channels (Amazon, Etsy, etc) and import your product data from whichever channel you believe has the highest quality data.
Next, edit your listings, turn on inventory sync, and start listing! If you’d like to have more control, you can choose to list your products to Walmart one by one. And if you trust your product information is up to snuff, you can bulk list up to 100 products at a time.
Who is Sellbrite for?
Sellbrite is best for small brands and resellers with small-to-medium sized catalogs that are looking for a quality Walmart listing tool that doesn’t break the bank.
Since it’s a self-service platform with no formal onboarding service, there may be a bit more manual work to edit your products and prep them for listing to Walmart. So if you have a large catalog and your data is a mess, it could be time consuming to get fully setup.
Sellbrite’s pricing starts at $0/mo for up to 30 orders per month and scales up to $198/mo depending on your order volume and whether or not you choose to integrate FBA.
Zentail offers the easiest-to-use yet most powerful Walmart listing tool. Their proprietary SMART Type systems allows you to import your products from Amazon and then automatically categorize them for Walmart. Further, it automatically maps the rest of your product attributes to Walmart so you can manage one listing for all channels.
They also offer implementation services for a fee and include top-rated customer support for free.
Who is Zentail best for?
Zentail is best for brands and resellers that have control over product data because Zentail lets you manage and list all product attributes on Walmart (and other channels). It’s a premium tool that saves significant time which increases the price tag, so it’s best for sellers with budgets.
Zentail’s pricing isn’t publicly available so pricing is expected to be priced more than some of the budget tools out there. Keep in mind that you get what you pay for!
ListingMirror is a great option for Amazon sellers that want their Amazon listings to be “mirrored” to Walmart. It plugs into Amazon and essentially copies your listings to Walmart so you don’t have to change your listing workflow to accommodate Walmart. You can continue your day-to-day in Amazon and let ListingMirror run in the background, copying your Amazon listings to Walmart.
Who is ListingMirror best for?
Sellers that aren’t willing to invest significant time into Walmart and want to “test the waters” with minimal effort required.
ListingMirror’s pricing is simple. It starts at $69/mo for up to 100 SKUs and 1 user and scales to $369/mo for 100k SKUs and 10 users, no per-order fee or percent of revenue charge.