According to Techradar reports, GoDaddy is teaming up with eBay and launching a new integration that will make it easy for UK SMEs that use the web hosting company to sell products on eBay through the platform.
The integration that is already available to users in Canada will help UK-based business owners grow their customer base and further expand their capabilities and offerings. The functionality does not require any add-ons or additional plugins. Users can list and sell their inventory on eBay through GoDaddy.
There will also be an automatic sync in place, which means that when a business sells an item on eBay, GoDaddy will automatically adjust it on their end to avoid overselling unavailable stock.
“We know how important it is for small and micro businesses to have a strong online presence and we continue to support small businesses and entrepreneurs across the UK, with an integrated suite of tools and solutions. online to help them grow their online business. “
“Small business owners can have their own online store with GoDaddy, as well as sell their products and services through additional outlets, so that they are visible to more people.
“The new integration with eBay makes it easier and faster for busy business owners to track and manage orders from one place. This is the latest in a series of our UK partnerships, following our integration with Instagram just three months ago. “
– Ben Law, Head of UK and Ireland, GoDaddy