• The more purchases you have for your products, the more weight they'll carry in search results and recommendations.

Listing views

  • The number of inbound visitors that arrive on your listings from external sources like Google Shopping (Jet advertises on Google Shopping)
  • The number of organic visitors that arrive on your listings by browsing/searching

Pricing Parity with Slight Advantage 

  • It's important to make sure that your pricing on Jet matches your pricing on Amazon, or else Jet may automatically suppress your listings.
  • Put yourself in the visitor's shoes, if you're on a Jet listing for your product, is there a reason to leave and check out Amazon? The most common reason is shipping prices. If a non-Amazon Prime shopper is on your Jet listing and they see a price of $24.95 + Free Shipping, and they check out your product on Amazon and see that it's $24.95 + Free Shipping on orders over $49, then they are highly likely to purchase from your Jet listing.
  • Please be sure your Jet shipping prices are competitive (FAQ).

Title, Images, Keywords & Categorization

  • Do your descriptions, titles, bullets contain keywords that people looking for your product type would search for?
  • Jet allows up to 500 characters in the Title field.
  • Images should be at least 1500 x 1500 pixels.
  • Is your Jet Browse ID (assigned on a Smart Type basis and editable in the Category & Description section of the main Edit Product view on a per SKU basis) most relevant? Contact us if you think your Smart Type(s) should be categorized differently for Walmart.

Fulfillment Performance

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