The Sellwire Blog

  1. We’re Out of Beta!

    After months of hard work we’re proud to announce the new Sellwire! This massive update see’s a completely new design across the whole site and app, loads of new features and the absence of a “beta” tag. It’s been a tough slog but we got there and are very happy with the results. But don’t worry, we won’t be holding back now that the new site is out. We’ve got loads of awesome stuff still in the pipeline for the future. But before any of that, here is a run down of the changes we’re launching today.
    (more…)

  2. Upcoming Redesign and New Features

    For the last month or so we’ve employed the amazing Scottish designer James McDonald to completely rework the Sellwire design (the app and the site). Everything will be getting a new lick of paint in the coming weeks, and we wanted to give you sneek peak on what we’ve been working on.

    [showcase slug=”v3-teasers”]

    See more previews on Dribbble →

    We’ll also finally be coming out of beta and launching our pricing scheme (more on that later). We haven’t been skimping on the development side of things either with new features such as:

    • Emailing customers when a new version is uploaded
    • Google Analytics eCommerce integration
    • Tax and VAT support
    • Twitter/Facebook signup and login integration
    • Much more…

    So keep your eyes peeled for our big update by following us on Twitter and subscribing to the RSS feed.

  3. Sellwire Gets a New Look

    Yesterday we pushed out our new front page design. We hope it gives the app a bit of definition but, more importantly, does a far better job of explaining what Sellwire is and how it works. So head on over and check out the new look and let us know what you think.

  4. Welcome

    Hi and welcome to the Sellwire blog, the official blog for sellwire.net. When we push any updates or have any news worth sharing (relating to Sellwire) we will post it here so you can stay in the loop on all the awesome things we have planned for Sellwire.

    So don’t forget to subscribe to the RSS feed or follow us on Twitter and stay up to date.