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Training #2: Pricing 

Introduction

Step 1: Price Group Manager - Setting up Price Groups
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Completely goes over what the Price Group Manager is used for.  All the aspects of the price group manager are included.


Step 2: Pricing via the Website - Individual
Introduction to pricing via the website which is individual pricing. Great if you want to change a couple prices instead of using the alternative method via the spreadsheet.



Step 3: Pricing via the Spreadsheet - Bulk Pricing

How to do your pricing via the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet and upload via the website.  This is the most common way of doing pricing when you start out.  It allows you to update all of the pricing at once.  It is much faster than doing it one by one like in the individual pricing video.  There are additional videos that explains formatting and formula techniques below

Step 4: Update Inventory Sheet Explained

Reviews how the update inventory process works.  Once Step 3 is done, this is the next step to finalizing and updating the pricing.


Conclusion



Optional Pricing Help


Updating Cost via Vendor Spreadsheet
How to update your cost that your vendor gives you.  Vendors may give you a quarterly or semi annual price update.  This is your process of updating the cost for every item.  A little more advanced as we also have the Vlookup tool again in Excel Tutorial 3.


Excel Tutorial 1: Formatting the Excel Spreadsheet
Basic Formatting for Excel is shown here.  We go over how to sort, copy and other basic Microsoft Excel Skills.  A very good learning video.

Excel Tutorial 2: Using Basic Formulas in Excel
Basic Microsoft Excel Formulas that are used when doing pricing.  There are other formulas, but this are the most important.


Excel Tutorial 3: Advanced Formula - Vlookup Formula
 A more advanced Formula that is required for comparing two different spreadsheets into one. Great for updating cost or customer pricing.


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