Product Listing Comprehensive Overview

Product Listing Comprehensive Overview

Welcome to your comprehensive guide for listing and managing your products on Noon. This guide provides the knowledge needed to optimize your product listings on Noon, from ensuring compliance with listing requirements to enhancing your product pages for maximum customer engagement. Follow the links below in order to navigate through the process, starting with the basics of setting up your SKUs to ensuring your products are compliant and well-presented.

Getting Started

  • Understanding Noon's Catalog System: Start by familiarizing yourself with "What is the noon Catalog?" an article explains the structure and function of Noon's product catalog, detailing how products are organized, listed, and discovered by customers on the platform.

Product Listing Basics

  • Product Listing Policy: article discusses the procedures and guidelines for listing products on noon. It differentiates between Noon SKU (NSKU) for noon-controlled brands, where noon modifies content, and Partner SKU (ZSKU) for other products, where sellers are responsible for content. The article emphasizes adherence to listing standards, managing SKUs, brand creation, and conditions for product go-live, including content quality control, stock and price updates, barcode mapping, and seller whitelisting for gated brands​​.
  •  Single SKU creation:  offers a guide on creating individual SKUs on Noon, detailing step-by-step procedures for sellers new to the platform or adding new items to their catalog.
  • The "Creating product variations: adding sizes, colors, and other attributes" article explains how sellers can add variations to their product listings on noon, such as different sizes, colors, or other category-specific attributes. It details the process for creating these variations to allow customers to easily find and select their preferred version of a product on the same page, thus improving inventory visibility and customer experience​​.
  • The "How to use and make changes to your products on catalog listing page?" article covers the process for sellers to edit and manage their product listings directly from the catalog listing page on noon, aiming to streamline product updates and maintenance. 

Bulk SKU Management

  • The "Seller SKU Bulk Creation" article guides sellers on creating multiple SKUs simultaneously on Noon to streamline product listing processes. 
  • Conversely, the "Partner SKU delete import" article discusses the process for bulk removing SKUs, facilitating inventory updates and deletions for sellers managing large catalogs on the platform.
  • The "Partner SKU rename import" article explains the process for bulk renaming of SKUs on Noon to help sellers efficiently update product identifiers.

Category-Specific and Special Listings

  • The "Seller SKU's Content Guidelines for Laptop & Monitors" article provides specific content creation guidelines for listing laptops and monitors on Noon, focusing on accuracy, detail, and clarity.
  • The "How to create product titles of grocery items" article provides specific instructions for crafting clear and informative titles for grocery products listed on noon, emphasizing the importance of including brand, product type, quantity, and size to assist customers in making informed purchasing decisions.
  • The "Listing Apple products with noon" article provides specific guidelines and requirements for sellers aiming to list Apple products on the Noon platform. This includes information on compliance with Apple's policies, authentication processes, and any additional steps needed to ensure that listings meet Noon's quality and authenticity standards for branded products.
  • The "Content Guidelines for Product Listing for Home Category" article provides detailed instructions for listing home products on noon. It covers image requirements, the necessity of multiple images from different angles, specific title guidelines including descriptions, sizes, and colors, and the importance of detailed attributes. It also outlines how to effectively describe products through features and highlights, and emphasizes the need for unique Partner SKU and model numbers​​.

Content and Quality Control:

  • Noon's commitment to maintaining the quality and authenticity of products sold on its platform is comprehensively outlined in The "Product Quality Control Policy" This document sets the foundation by detailing the platform's standards, including guidelines for sellers on product inspections, compliance with regulations, handling counterfeit items, and measures for maintaining high-quality listings. Such measures are crucial for safeguarding consumer trust and satisfaction, ensuring that every purchase meets the high expectations associated with Noon.
  • Building upon these foundational quality standards, the "Feature Bullets (Product Highlights) and Description for the Seller SKU" article provides essential guidelines for sellers on crafting effective feature bullets and product descriptions. The emphasis is on creating clear, descriptive, and accurate content that enables customers to make informed purchasing decisions. It outlines best practices and common pitfalls, such as exceeding character limits or including irrelevant sales information, which could detract from the user experience.
  • Further emphasizing the importance of content quality, the  "Seller SKU Content Quality" article details the expectations for the quality of content in listings, including accuracy, clarity, and completeness to enhance buyer experience and trust.
  • Visuals play a crucial role in online shopping, which is why the "Picture Requirements and Rejection Reasons for the Seller SKU" article details Noon's criteria for acceptable product images. By outlining common reasons for image rejection, this guidance aims to ensure that all visuals meet Noon's high-quality standards.
  • In the complex landscape of online retail, Noon provides sellers with a suite of tools and guidelines designed to streamline operations and enhance the customer experience. Among these resources, the "Seller SKU Content Export" article serves as a foundational piece, discussing how sellers can efficiently export details of their SKUs from Noon. 
  • Building upon the operational efficiencies, the "Seller SKU Content Language Requirements" article addresses Noon's commitment to serving its diverse customer base. By outlining the language standards and preferences for product listings, Noon ensures that all customers, regardless of their linguistic background, can understand and appreciate the products offered.
  • Further enhancing the platform's usability and searchability, the "Seller SKU Product Attributes" article discusses the strategic use of product attributes. This guidance helps sellers optimize their SKU listings, making it easier for customers to find and select products based on detailed, relevant criteria. 
  • The "Barcode Requirements" article emphasizes the importance of having barcodes on products sold through noon for accurate order fulfillment and tracking. It covers acceptable barcode formats, how to create and print them (specifically with Zebra printers using ZPL programming language), and the process of uploading barcodes on Seller Lab. Products without barcodes face rejection during quality checks​
  • The "Seller SKU Quick Copy of the Content" article introduces a method for enhancing listing efficiency. By providing instructions for quickly duplicating SKU content for similar products.

Brand and Product Compliance:

  • Starting with the  "Create a New Product of a Noon Controlled Brand" article, Noon facilitates authorized resellers and distributors in listing new products from Noon-controlled brands on Seller Lab. This process involves searching the Brand Catalog for the product and, if no exact match is found, indicating how to request the creation of a new Noon SKU. This ensures that new products are accurately represented and integrated into Noon's ecosystem, maintaining brand integrity and coherence.
  • The emphasis on brand consistency is further explored in the "Seller SKU Brand" article, which outlines the importance of accurately associating products with their respective brands in SKU listings. This step is crucial for maintaining brand identity and trust with consumers, ensuring that each product listing reinforces the brand's value proposition.
  • In parallel, the "Brand Registration" article provides a comprehensive guide for sellers on listing products from verified brands on Noon. It details the verification process for new brands through Seller Lab, including steps for brand management and creation. The guidance also covers how to address situations where a brand request is rejected or requires additional information for verification, ensuring that only legitimate and verified brands are represented on the platform.
  • Addressing compliance and ethical considerations, the "Prohibited Products" article outlines the categories and types of items that are not permitted for sale on Noon.
  • Lastly, the "Warranty Requirements" article outlines the necessary conditions and information that sellers must provide regarding warranties for their products listed on Noon. This transparency is key to customer satisfaction, offering buyers peace of mind and clarity on the support and coverage available for their purchases.

Secure File Transfer and Catalog Management:

  • In the digital age, the security and efficiency of data exchange are paramount, especially for sellers managing extensive inventories and frequent updates to product listings. Noon acknowledges this necessity through its comprehensive support articles, focusing on the Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) – an important tool for secure data management. To know more about it check the below articles:

"Secure File Transfer ProtocolActivation" 

"Secure File Transfer ProtocolGuidelines"

Effective Product Categorization and Catalog Utilization:

  • Moving beyond secure data exchange, Noon places a significant emphasis on the organization of product listings. The "How to Categorize your Seller SKU" article explains the importance of correctly categorizing products to improve website navigation and product discovery. By carefully selecting the right product family, type, and subtype, sellers can ensure that their products are accurately mapped on the front-end, making it easier for customers to find what they're looking for. 

Seller Support and FAQs

  • The "Listing Products on noon - FAQ" article likely addresses common inquiries regarding the procedures and best practices for listing items on Noon, including tips for optimization and compliance. 


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