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Unlike eBay which offer a holiday mode option in Amazon all you can do is set your listings to inactive. You do this by doing the following in your seller central account Click “Settings > Account Info > Listing Status”  Set to “Inactive” Remember to reset to Active when you come back. However, be aware […]

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It seemed it was only 12 months ago when eBay announced it was closing its Magento Go platform which if you recall was the starter package offered for SME businesses. Now Amazon has informed via email that it plans to shut down its Amazon Webstore business with immediate effect on new prospects and existing clients […]

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We have received many questions recently surrounding the subject of what is responsive web design (RWB). So we decided to put this blog together to give you an overview. The definition of responsive web design is directly related to the appearance of your design and the way the HTML has been coded. It is simply […]

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With the introduction of eight new servers this year we have continued to provide high availability hosting to ensure the performance of both your websites, just applications software and websites perform to their highest. Can you afford to have your hosting by another third party company ? We at Just Applications maintain all our own […]

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  Starting up a Webstore is not so straight forward so spending time in researching what is available will serve you well further down the line when the money starts rolling in. Understanding the checklist we have laid down below will help influence your decision on the right designer to use. 1. Design Nowadays you […]

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Currently there is no Amazon rule against this, and I don’t think legally Amazon can make it as such. However, the Amazon system does not currently handle different prices as you can see from the screenshot. So to achieve this you are either going to have to create two sets of inventory with seperate SKU’s […]

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