Recurring revenue is awesome, right? That’s why Amazon added the Subscribe & Save option to their FBA products. Genius.
Well, a lot of Shopify store owners wanted to offer the same thing on their stores. But it wasn’t possible to do that AND have Amazon automatically fulfill those orders… until now.
Yep, our FBA Shipping app now integrates with the ReCharge app, so you can offer subscription options AND automatically send all your orders to Amazon for fulfillment.
That means you can generate recurring revenue while you sleep. Genius.
All you have to do is install both apps (here’s how to install the FBA Shipping app and here’s how to install the ReCharge app). Then you just need to make sure you have a couple of options selected in the ReCharge app in order for the integration to work. Here’s a 3-minute video that will walk you through that:
If you prefer words over moving pictures, it’s super simple:
1. Set up your ruleset in the ReCharge app
2. Click on the wrench icon, then “Shipping”
3. Select the option that says “Charge shipping”
4. Select the option that says “Dynamically recalculate rates for future orders”
That’s all there is to it! It’s a super simple way to automatically generate recurring revenue and automatically have all your orders fulfilled by Amazon while you sip fruity beverages on a beach somewhere. Genius.
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Gennifer is the Marketing Manager at ByteStand, where she lives and breathes customer service education while sipping coffee in her pajamas.
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