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Amazon Web Services (AWS)

How It Works

Store-Logic allows you to export your store catalog and inventory to your Amazon Seller Account allowing all product to be automatically listed in Amazon's product listing. Amazon handles all customer payments and transfers the money to you once the account has been charged.

For more information on how this service works and pricing options, visit Amazon's Seller Central website.


Setup Amazon Web Services:

Step 1: Obtain an Amazon Seller Account

Go to Amazon Seller Central to sign up for an Amazon Seller Account. Prices vary depending on the account you create


Step 2: Authorize Store-Logic to make changes to your AWS Inventory

  1. Visit Amazon's Marketplace Web Service (Amazon MWS) site after logging into your seller account.
  2. Click on the "Sign Up For MWS" button.
  3. Choose the "I want to give a developer access to my Amazon seller account with MWS" option.
  4. Enter "" for Developer name
  5. Enter "9855-0085-0967" for Developer Account number
  6. Click Next
  7. Agree to both terms and click Next
  8. Record the Merchant Id and Marketplace Id in a safe place, you will need these to integrate Store-Logic with your Amazon account.


Step 3: Obtain Merchant Token

  1. Sign into your Amazon Seller Account
  2. Click on Settings at the top
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the page and record the Merchant Token


Step 4: Enter Account Details in Store-Logic

  1. Go to your store admin > Data Feeds > Google Products
  2. Check the box to enable Amazon Web Services and enter your Merchant Id, Marketplace Id from step 2 and Merchant Token from step 3 above and click the Update Amazon button.

After setting up your store to use Amazon Web Services, your store makes the initial upload, you will not have to take any other steps to keep your data up to date. Everytime a product is edited or added, it will be synced with your Amazon Product Feed.

Note: All inactive and deleted items are removed from your product feed.


Amazon Product Options

Product ID

Each item submitted to Amazon must have a unique product ID. Amazon gives the choice of using UPC, EAN, ISBN or ASIN. Click here for more information on these numbers.

Item Type

Each item has a specific item type designated by Amazon based on the item and the category it is in. To find the item type for a given product, use the item classification form in your Amazon Seller admin under the Inventory tab.