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  1. Your Guide to: Managing Your Online Parts Counter

  2. Your Guide to: Onboarding

    After you’ve made the decision to sign a contract with SimplePart, you start a very important process—Onboarding. Once our Sales team passes your information on to our Setup team, they can begin the process. To start, they’ll need ...
  3. Setting up Gmail Account

    Correspondence is an important part of e-commerce, which makes it even more important to have a backup Gmail email address. Once you create a Gmail Account, we can link it to your client file, and/or any Google Adwords and Bing AdCenter Accounts we ...
  4. Editing Orders

    Once a customer places an order, you’ll be able to view it in the Order Contents area of your Control Panel. You are also able to edit or add additional items in this section, should you need to update an order. To edit existing contents, use...
  5. Enhance Site Performance with SimplePart’s Promotional Tools

    Running sales promotions on your website, giving out coupons and sending promotional emails to existing clients are all great ways to generate more sales.  At SimplePart we regularly run marketing promotions for our dealers and OEM partners. O...
  6. PayPal

    When it comes to ease of use and security, PayPal is a favorite among both businesses and consumers. On your SimplePart site, you have the ability to integrate either PayPal Payflow Pro or PayPal Express as valid payment options.  If you do no...
  7. Your Guide to: Shipping Best Practices

    Once you decide to start selling online, shipping becomes a huge aspect of your parts counter’s operations and sales. Shipping is not only a necessity, but a profit center for many dealers. It can also be a deal-breaker for many customers w...
  8. Finding Your API Login

    Note: This is only necessary for users currently using Authorize.net as their payment gateway . The API Login and Transaction Key are crucial pieces of data used to connect your SimplePart website to your chosen payment gateway. In order for y...
  9. Pending Flags

    At the top right of your Control Panel, you should notice a set of orange icons with a corresponding number count. Each of these will assist you in running your parts website. Image A Image B. The first icon reading from left to ...
  10. Payments

    Capturing Payments: When a customer pays for an order with their credit card, you must capture the payment, following the instructions detailed in the Billing Details tab .  Once you are in Billing Details, you’ll find the transact...