WooCommerce Amazon & eBay Integration – Codisto LINQ by Codisto


Sell on Amazon & eBay directly from WooCommerce.

Real time sync of catalog, inventory and orders.

The only full catalog sync native WooCommerce extension for integrating Amazon & eBay.

Amazon & eBay integration is all Codisto does. By solely focusing on Amazon & eBay integration, Codisto ensures it is the leading provider of SaaS marketplace integration extensions.

Key Features

  • Real time, two-way synchronization of product catalog & inventory between WooCommerce – Amazon & eBay
  • Orders from Amazon & eBay sent to WooCommerce for efficient fulfilment
  • Automatic ASIN matching from UPC data
  • Simply ASIN lookup for non UPC data
  • Create unique Amazon listings directly from within WooCommerce
  • Products auto-categorized into most appropriate eBay category
  • Professional, full editable, mobile optimized template apply to every eBay listing
  • List on any Amazon and/or eBay marketplace worldwide
  • Supports multi-account/multi Amazon/eBay marketplace
  • XpressGrid multi edit for simple management
  • Order control for sending to WooCommerce
  • Automatic feedback& shipping tracking on eBay
  • Domestic and international shipping options
  • Platform calculated shipping rate support
  • Supports multi-variant products
  • CDN for image hosting
  • Retain sales history of existing eBay listings by mapping to products in WooCommerce
  • Lightweight plugin design – minimal files in WordPress

More Information

Visit https://codisto.com/connect/ to read more about Codisto LINQ including documentation, installation instructions and pricing.

Pricing starts at $49 USD per month.


  • XpressGrid listing mananagement
  • Standard, mobile optimized template (fully editable)


  1. Install Codisto LINQ by Codisto either via the WordPress.org plugin repository, or by uploading the files to your server
  2. Choose either “Connect your Amazon/eBay account” or “Enter your email address” and follow the setup instructions.
  3. Choose which items you wish to list from the Codisto > Listings screen and click publish


Installation Instructions
  1. Install Codisto LINQ by Codisto either via the WordPress.org plugin repository, or by uploading the files to your server
  2. Choose either “Connect your Amazon/eBay account” or “Enter your email address” and follow the setup instructions.
  3. Choose which items you wish to list from the Codisto > Listings screen and click publish
Does Codisto LINQ work with all Amazon & eBay sites?

Yes, it does.

What are the requirements to run Codisto LINQ?

Codisto LINQ requires a recent version of WordPress (4.2+) with WooCommerce (2.2+) installed. Your server should run on Linux and have PHP 5.3.

Does Codisto LINQ just list my products on Amazon/eBay or provide full catalog synchronization?

Codisto LINQ is more than just a listing tool. It keeps your whole catalog – products, prices, images, descriptions, inventory levels and more in sync with Amazon/eBay in real time. Orders from Amazon/eBay are automatically sent to WooCommerce and inventory reduced in real time so you never oversell on either channel. Further, you can of course choose which products from your catalog to list.

How easy is Codisto LINQ to setup and use?

Codisto LINQ was designed for merchants to increase their sales by adding the Amazon & eBay channels for virtually no effort and keep their current WooCommerce fulfilment processes.
This has been achieved by applying the maximum automation to setting up and managing Amazon/eBay. There are many areas of automation from categorizing products on eBay, applying a professional template, upscaling images, UPC/EAN error prevention, automatic tax rate detection for orders and many more.
If you’re happy with our standard template, eBay best practice selling values e.g. 30 days returns and free shipping, once Codisto LINQ has installed, you can list your entire catalog in just 4 clicks.
Amazon ASIN matches is fully automated if you have UPC data and there is a quick and easy search tool if you don’t have UPC data. There is no better performing solution that makes it as easy to list on Amazon/eBay anywhere, let alone offer full, real time integration.

I already have listed my products on Amazon/eBay. Can Codisto LINQ import them to WooCommerce?

No, Codisto LINQ is designed to let WooCommerce be the “source of true” – you contine to manage your products in WordPress – and use Codisto LINQ to manage which products and how they are listed on Amazon/eBay.
But it is possible to map existing Amazon/eBay listings to products in WooCommerce once they are in WooCommerce with the ‘map products’ function.

Does Codisto LINQ support auction style listings?

No, Codisto LINQ is designed for merchants with catalogs who want to create fixed price, good til cancelled listings.

Are there any more FAQ?

Yes, there are! Please check out our growing knowledgebase at http://help.codisto.com/


The best Amazon integration I’ve seen

Finally an app that lets me create Amazon listings rather than just sync existing.

I was up and selling with an hour. Easy to use, performs great. Is a little expensive but I believe its worth it for the quality.

Highly recommend.

a lifesaver

Finally an extension that does what it says. Not the cheapest but it works great. Syncs all my product attributes not just inventory and price.

As long as you’re not selling in my categories on eBay and Amazon I fully recommend 😉

Much better than WP Lister

Easily the best quality extension for managing Amazon & ebay. Not many extension on WP are developed to this professional level. Very quick to setup because it’s easy to understand – love the spreadsheet style grid.

Reason I like it better than WP lister is because it syncs all parts of the catalog not just price and quantity (WP lister used to take me ages to update when I made description changes). Also, this updates in real time whereas WPlister was at best hourly meaning I sometimes oversold inventory.

Great Support and a Time Saver

Running a large e-commerce store that also has a separate ebay store I have found this product invaluable. The support is also very prompt which is important when your running an eCommerce store that has in excess of 20,000 products. Good to see an Australian company developing a Premium Product.

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Contributors & Developers

“WooCommerce Amazon & eBay Integration – Codisto LINQ by Codisto” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.



1.3.8 – 14/11/2017

  • declare woocommerce tested up to version

1.3.5 – 14/11/2017

  • transmit shipping tax class settings to properly calculate shipping tax amounts on order import

1.3.5 – 14/11/2017

  • stock adjustment node and merchant notes in order creation

1.3.4 – 14/11/2017

  • use currency converted prices in orders where applicable

1.3.3 – 20/07/2017

  • change name to Codisto LINQ

1.3.2 – 19/07/2017

  • modify styles for mobile view in control panel

1.3.0 – 24/05/2017

  • transmit plugin version during synchronisation

1.2.50 – 09/05/2017

  • updated menu items

1.2.49 – 01/05/2017

  • Amazon release
  • readme update

1.2.48 – 01/05/2017

  • remove control characters from signup fields

1.2.47 – 25/04/2017

  • upgrade readme to cover 4.7.4 as latest tested version
  • fix pre-registration backdrop UI

1.2.46 – 13/12/2016

  • sort variation attributes by user-entered sequence
  • set admin context when synchronizing

1.2.45 – 13/12/2016

  • upgrade readme to cover 4.7.0 as latest tested version

1.2.44 – 16/11/2016

  • suppress warnings and user legacy tax function naming for support on older versions

1.2.43 – 16/11/2016

  • clear output buffer before proxying or syncing, ensures clean output for all plugin endpoints

1.2.42 – 02/11/2016

  • improved support for ‘select’ style globally defined attributes at product level
  • started synchronising variation level attributes

1.2.41 – 26/09/2016

  • add Account menu item

1.2.40 – 26/09/2016

  • stop PHP warnings when accessing offsets that don’t exist in an object during catalogue sync

1.2.39 – 15/09/2016

  • read correct values from global attributes

1.2.38 – 6/09/2016

  • wordpress 4.6 doesn’t properly honour compress/decompress in new http api, disable compression in proxy

1.2.37 – 30/08/2016

  • fix variation labels

1.2.35 – 24/08/2016

  • change compression settings

1.2.34 – 04/08/2016

  • fix variation stock control

1.2.33 – 11/07/2016

  • change order sync to avoid sending emails as the customer is already in communication via eBay
  • product options that aren’t variations converted to multi-variant listings correctly

1.2.31 – 30/06/2016

  • change unit price on order lines to ex tax to match standard woocommerce orders

1.2.30 – 09/06/2016

  • work around wp super cache shutdown function that corrupts output

1.2.29 – 09/06/2016

  • ensure exit() called on sync and proxy functions so that additional plugins do not foul the output

1.2.28 – 08/06/2016

  • disable sending taxes if they are turned off in woocommerce settings
  • check for header_remove existence before using it (introduced in php 5.2)

1.2.27 – 03/06/2016

  • support multiple shipping options in the shipping callback
  • properly add any applicable tax on shipping to the inc tax freight result

1.2.26 – 05/05/2016

  • fixed an issue with rewrite generation in plugin activation when site and home urls had different protocols
  • added dynamic shipping callback for realtime bulky item rates on ebay

1.2.25 – 04/05/2016

  • updated readme to include base pricing based on customer feedback
  • flush option cache on registration
  • modified acf detection function

1.2.22 – 29/04/2016

  • use Advanced Custom Fields – https://www.advancedcustomfields.com/ to map field values and galleries to your eBay listings

1.2.21 – 26/04/2016

  • force decompression headers off if required to decompress in proxy

1.2.2 – 25/04/2016

  • forced currency setting during sync to match home currency with aelia currency switcher installed
  • fixed UI to avoid scroll in scroll when wordpress left menu grew too long

1.2.1 – 22/04/2016

  • switched http headers over to be codisto specific to avoid collision with other extensions

1.2.0 – 21/04/2016

  • handle missing _GET variables during registrations

1.1.99 – 21/04/2016

  • tested against wordpress 4.5

1.1.98 – 04/04/2016

  • fallback to get_product defined in earlier versions of WooCommerce if wc_get_product is not defined

1.1.97 – 04/04/2016

  • handle older versions of wordpress by not assuming wp_json_encode

1.1.96 – 30/03/2016

  • shift to full size image download – wp_get_attachment_image_src takes a default 2nd arg of ‘thumbnail’ which is now overriden to ‘full’

1.1.95 – 30/03/2016

  • had trouble updating wordpress svn so bumped version number

1.1.94 – 30/03/2016

  • fix rewrite rules to honour the difference between home and site url

1.1.87 – 21/03/2016

  • Initial public release