Online Marketplaces


Genuine product identifiers for selling online


 

 

If you’re planning to sell your products online at marketplaces such as eBay, Amazon or Catch, then you will need genuine barcodes.

Selling on Amazon

Selling on Amazon

Amazon and GS1 work in close collaboration to help businesses trade successfully online. Learn how to get your numbers and barcodes from GS1 to sell on Amazon.

Selling on Catch

Selling on Catch

If you need barcode numbers to sell your products or already have barcodes and are unsure about the next steps, we can help you get up and running.

Barcodes for Google

Barcodes for Google

Selling on Google? Give your products the best chance of being found. GS1 barcodes are endorsed by Google.

Selling on Alibaba

Selling on Alibaba

Seeking to grow exports into China? Get set for sales through Alibaba using GS1 standards.

eBay Business Sellers

eBay Business Sellers

To sell your products as a business on eBay.com.au you will need to add barcodes for most categories.

Export your products

Export your products

Improving border clearance of your products

The only authorised Australian source of genuine, GS1 global barcodes

Recommended by Amazon, Catch, eBay and Google

 

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The popularity of the GS1 barcode with online marketplaces and search engines has seen it become a mandatory requirement to list on some of these sites.

What is a GTIN and why do I need one?

Video • 1:45min

Find out why GTINs are so important in the online shopping world.

Video • 3:05min

What’s the difference between GTIN, EAN, UPC, and barcode numbers?

Video • 2:02min

How do I identify my products correctly using GTINs?

Video • 2:17min

Need help selling online?

Need help selling online?

We have a range of services such as Product Photography and Content Creation to make your product stand out in a crowded marketplace.

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)

Optimise your online search results with GS1 SmartSearch with the Schema.org community (W3C and Github) as well as major search engines such as Google and Bing.