Editor's note (May 19, 2020): Walmart announced that it will be discontinuing Jet.com and channeling its efforts into the Walmart.com brand. Jet sellers and customers are reportedly being sent to the Walmart Marketplace. To learn more about selling on Walmart, check out our blogs on "How to Sell on Walmart Marketplace" or "Walmart vs. Amazon: What Sellers Need to Know."
If you're a brand owner, ecommerce or marketing manager, or a private equity investor with ownership interests in consumer product brands, you need to seriously consider selling direct on Jet.com.
As ecommerce continues to gain share of total retail sales, it's important to get in front of consumers on online channels that compliment your brand. Jet's beautiful design, one-of-a-kind shopping experience, massive marketing budget and brand friendliness make selling on Jet.com a no-brainer in our opinion.
If one thing is clear from our close working relationship with Jet.com, it's that brands are respected and protected on the new shopping platform. Jet's Unified Product Catalog ensures products are not listed more than once and information about your product is accurate. If you're looking to take back control on marketplaces by selling your brand direct on Jet.com and prohibiting resellers from competitively listing your products, the Partner team at Jet.com is responsive and open to providing exclusivity to brand partners.
Make your move, while the noise is low...
Jet's catalog is only going to get substantially larger over the coming months. That means your products will have more competition and less mind share -- something you can't afford if you're an up-and-coming brand. Working with emerging brands, we've seen first hand the value of being an early mover on Jet.com and we encourage you to move quickly to get your catalog under Jet Review ASAP.
Zentail is the easiest way to start selling on Jet.com. Let's make moves, click the chat icon on the bottom right of your screen to get started!