Create an account, find your store page and click the “Do you own this store? Claim it” link.
Fill out the form, and we will verify and approve your store so you can manage it like Nordstrom on Wanelo.
Save products from your store's website into collections on Wanelo. Organize them by category, season, trend, or any other meaningful way that helps shoppers find what they’re looking for.
You’re posting content, you’ve added Wanelo Save buttons and you’re promoting your Wanelo store page. Now what?
Let customers know you’re on Wanelo and how they can follow you. Leverage promotional space such as email newsletters, social media, website footers, and in-store signage.
Inject your brand voice into Wanelo by using Stories. This editorial feature lets you combine up to 9 products to tell a narrative. Retailers and users use Stories to build outfits, announce sales, or create contests.
Find out which of your products are getting the most saves under the Trending tab of your store page. Incorporate trending products into your own website via the embed code, or we can help you customize a feed. To learn more, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet your biggest fans. The Top Contributors featured on your store page are the users who have saved the most products from your website. Wanelo users love being contributors to their favorite stores, so thank them with @replies, following, and likes.
You can tell us how you like your products displayed with the addition of a little metadata to product pages. Use the metadata suggested below, or Wanelo also supports Facebook’s Open Graph standard for product title, URL, price, currency, and availability. A more advanced option is to upload a product feed.
Store metatags are for multi-store marketplaces. These tags let Wanelo find the seller’s name and URL when a site contains many stores.
You can tell Wanelo how you would like your products to be displayed with the addition of a little metadata to the HTML header of your website's product pages. This information is optional, but can give you control over what product information appears on Wanelo.
<head> <meta property="wanelo:product:name" content="[replace with the product name]" /> <meta property="wanelo:product:price" content="[replace with the product price]" /> <meta property="wanelo:product:price:currency" content="[replace with the 3-character currency code]" /> <meta property="wanelo:product:availability" content="[replace with InStock or OutOfStock]" /> <meta property="wanelo:product:url" content="[replace with the canonical product URL]" /> ... </head>
Store-related metatags are for marketplaces. These metatags make it easy for Wanelo to derive the seller's name from a product page on a marketplace containing many individual sellers.
<head> <meta property="wanelo:store:url" content="[replace with the individual store URL]" /> <meta property="wanelo:store:name" content="[replace with the individual store name]" /> ... </head>
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