Want to tap into your customer’s minds? Use Wish!

May 23, 2013

Wish is one of those words where it makes us start thinking of all the things (tangible or not) that we want. For some people it might be a new scarf or an upgraded power tool. (Personally, I was a huge fan of—and immediately Wished for—some glow-in-the-dark nail polish.) Wish.com is one of those places where you have the world open to you and thus, you can find things you never even knew you wanted needed. Wish combines a mobile Instagram-like fun shopping experience with highly intelligent recommendation technology to provide merchants with the most efficient merchant sales platform.

Now, for the consumer in all of us, it’s easy to see why we’d want to shop on Wish, but as a seller, you should see this as a huge opportunity. Today, we at ShipStation are happy to announce that we’ve integrated with Wish, so you can set up your account on Wish and list products. Over twelve million people on Wish have added hundreds of millions of products to their wishlists, and based on these wishlists, Wish can instantly find thousands of qualified consumers for any product a merchant chooses to promote. As people find your items and buy them, as long you’ve set up your Wish account in ShipStation, the orders will import just like any other platform.

Wish Add a Product

Listing a product on Wish.com

Perhaps the biggest draw to Wish for you, is by giving you access to qualified and relevant consumers for your product, they’re able to generate hundreds of transactions for you—for any SKU—within hours of promoting the product. They’re confident this is the fastest and most effective way for any merchant to generate a high volume of sales for your products.

The Wish.com Merchant screen

The signup process for becoming a Wish.com merchant starts here.

So, if you’re looking for a new sales channel through which to sell your products, give Wish a try! You can login with your Facebook credentials, and start selling in minutes!

I’m Erika, the social media & content manager for ShipStation. You’ll find me on Twitter, Facebook, and the other areas of the ShipStation world. In my free time, I love playing & streaming video games, taking pictures of my cats, and doing other—generally nerdy—things. :)