Need of Ecommerce website


somu86
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2 Feb 09 09:59:36 am
Dear All,

I've done so much research for finding a best ecommerce website provider but I've not been able to find one good one as due to the huge price. Does anybody have an idea about getting an ecommerce website and right place? Please let me know, as it would be highly appreciated.

Thank you so much!


bevsey123
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2 Feb 09 01:31:40 pm
Email Mark and say Jake told me to contact you and he will do you a fantastic job as well as price!

Link hidden: Login to view - Mark's email

He's done many a job for me and is brilliant. Better than using a massive web design company who don't care about their customers!


bayericlowe
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2 Feb 09 01:51:34 pm
Godaddy.com is the perfect ecommerce site.


Then if you want to make bank on sales, get into Godaddy Marketplace as then you can sell the majority of your dropship/rare items right through Amazon & Godaddy on autopilot.


You'll basically be eliminating the middle man of an expensive auction site like eBay or uBid so you can forget fees, and just take profit.


somu86
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3 Feb 09 07:39:30 am
Thank you so much for your response guys. much appreciated.


ehermon
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4 Feb 09 02:53:14 am
You can PM me and I will provide you one for $300.


bayericlowe
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4 Feb 09 06:38:34 am
I'd recommend Godaddy to do your hosting.

If you want quick sales pages and good sales results, I'd also recommend Godaddy Marketplace. Godaddy gets millions of unique visitors daily and Amazon would be an easy compliment to it.


As far as auctions go, I would truly just investigate the market yourself. Don't assume that eBay is really the big guy on the block, because it isn't anymore.

Bonanzle is fairly huge now, Dawdle is pretty big as far as electronic supplies go, and iOffer.com also gets a million plus visitors a month now.

It really just depends on what is in demand, and what can not be easily found at the time. Everything from iPod accessories, movies, bedding and clothes by un-named brands, and other equipment is selling very quickly out there if you simply research the market.

In fact, I recently sold some great products right off of iOffer with no trouble right through my store. At iOffer there is over 70,000 registered sellers and buyers usually online at one time now, at Bonanzle there is considerably less, but all of them are getting big.

The days of eBay dominance on auctions and letter pages is long since over. I had sold nothing there for quite a while until someone in family hijacked my ebay account to sell a bar juicer.

So I opened another secure account on my own and had some mild success, but it's nowhere near as good nowadays so remember get into a merchant account if you want this as a 'business'.

Including Godaddy Marketplace as the first place you stop.


singapore101
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4 Feb 09 09:21:32 am
Ill build one for 179.00 with easy to use control panel,where you can change key words,meta title and so on,plus where you can change your products pictures with ease,plus submission to directory's free, social book markings,and search engine submission.
all for 179.00
and paypal and google checkout.
can build in java html or whatever you like.


beahelf
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8 Feb 09 04:32:58 am
Check into ecrater.com I am not quite sure what you might want, but it won't hurt to look.


bayericlowe
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20 Feb 09 02:47:03 am
e-bid is also really good and forgot to mention for Australia OZ TradeMe (New Zealand) is the best auctions house.

It'd go best with any eBay Aus account because they go direct from NZ & shipping prices are bargains.


 

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