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Few conceptual papers have offered systematic and comprehensive frameworks to assess and evaluate the compatibility of products with online retailing. Thus, this paper provides an evaluation index system for the compatibility of products with online retailing from the perspectives of products, consumers and channels based on the current literature and marketing framework. For the product dimension, this paper constructs the indexes from the perspective of searching trait, shopping experience trait, value, and logistics dependence traits based on the general process of online shopping; For the consumer dimension, this paper constructs the indexes of age, income, gender, education level and occupation from the perspective of target market orientation; For the channel dimension, this paper constructs the indexes of interactivity, convenience, return channels, payment channels, delivery channels, credit rating or popularity, which refers to the usability of channels.