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E-Commerce Shipping Solution Partnership

The web-based e-commerce shipping solution, ShipStation, announced a partnership with Soldsie, an app that allows people to sell products on Facebook and Instagram. ShipStation was built to help help online retailers organize and process their orders, while fulfilling and shipping them quickly and easily. With automatic order importing from over 40 shopping carts and marketplaces, including eBay, Amazon, Shopify, Bigcommerce, Volusion, Etsy, ChannelAdvisor, and more, and automation features like custom hierarchical rules and product profiles, ShipStation helps online retailers ship out their orders from wherever and however.

“By partnering with ShipStation, Soldsie can offer sellers a seamless experience from sold to ship,” says Chris Bennett, CEO, Soldsie. “When our customers sell products on social media, they need application integrations that work seamlessly with the tools that they use to run their business. Fulfillment of orders from different sources can be a real challenge for sellers. We are happy that ShipStation can help us make it easier for our sellers to fulfill orders with ease.”

Soldsie has leveraged the social media networks of Facebook and Instagram to enable quick purchases. Sellers post items to their business page and fans can quickly buy an item just by commenting, “Sold”! The interactive experience helps sellers to increase sales, build a larger inventory, have access to a large online marketplace and develop relationships with customers. ShipStation's Vice President of Marketing, Robert Gilbreath, emphasizes the importance of the Facebook and Instagram channels, saying, "social selling is an important channel for our customers. Our new integration with Soldsie furthers our efforts to be the tool of choice for online entrepreneurs, no matter where they sell”.

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