Designers of low cost websites wanted

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jgrizzle876
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20 Oct 07 04:30:16 am
i am new and would like to know if anyone knows of someone or a company that designs low cost or i can make website that i can list products that i choose. if someone builds such a site can they access it and do something unethical. thank you :lol:

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super3c
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20 Oct 07 04:54:39 am
You can find them on Link hidden: Login to view .There is lots of suppliers .

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andy-h02
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27 Nov 07 11:24:43 am
FREEWEBS.com

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customersplanet
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27 Nov 07 04:48:43 pm
Hi
If you are looking for a free ecommerce site, try

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I have a couple with them and the come with shopping cart and PayPal payment integrated. If you prefer not to use PayPal, you can use your own payment method via HTML buttons. If you want a more detailed, professional development, try

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They have a detailed solution with control panel, user monitoring, a lot of ecommerce settings including tax, shipping payment processing etc. It's $39 to set up and you get the first 6 mths free. After that it's $39/mth. They would build you a custom logo based on your specification or your site description. Check it out. If you can afford it, I recommend this one.

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Allan

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designerthriftshop
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27 Nov 07 10:40:06 pm
Does appee work in the US?

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customersplanet
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28 Nov 07 02:55:30 am
Yes it does.

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resorts
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27 Dec 07 03:57:49 am
Hi All:

I also am BRAND NEW to Salehoo. I found this thread and noticed only a few replies and the last reply was in November. I would also like to 'experiment' with an online store.

Does anyone know of an E-commerce site that is good AND either starts out completely free for a while (similar to rapidestore above) OR preferably FREE for a limited number of items (like 3-4 items and if you grow then they start chaging you). That way I could set it up, test it out for functionality and IF it works smoothly and I increase my inventory, I can start paying the monthly fees then. I know I'm asking for alot here but just investigating.

=Dave R.=

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wholesalelist101
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27 Dec 07 11:07:14 am
Dave I can put you in contact with someone that can get you going with a online store. You add your own products and as many as you want. I used them as well to start my store. Send me a private message if interested.

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iluvmykids
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28 Dec 07 10:14:08 am
I like shopify.com But I am a newbie. Link hidden: Login to view Your first 10 products sell for free then you can upgrade to the $24/month plan and it goes up from there! Good Luck!

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iluvmykids
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29 Dec 07 11:52:59 am
Also I just came across ecrater.com. Not sure about the details but it looks like it's free!

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wholesalelist101
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29 Dec 07 12:11:36 pm
It does not make any sense to pay $24 a month for a store when you can start your own for free. All we had to do to get our store started was pay for the domain name and then pay for someone to host it. That's it no monthly fees.

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iluvmykids
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31 Dec 07 09:28:15 am
So it's that easy? How do I design my site then?

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wholesalelist101
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31 Dec 07 10:45:37 am
I use one called CubeCart and the guy that set it up for me and host it is one of my website members. His website is Link hidden: Login to view If you need to contact him by email with questions just send me a PM

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iluvmykids
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1 Jan 08 05:22:15 am
Yes but if I don't know html and all of that then it's a big pain, isn't it?

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wholesalelist101
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1 Jan 08 09:59:39 am
You do need to know a little HTML to get it set up but once it is set up and going it is very easy to add, delete, or edit the products and pricing.

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designerthriftshop
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3 Jan 08 07:27:20 pm
On appee, can you use a drop shipper & sell replica designer items? I know on ecrater you cannot.

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lars
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8 Jan 08 01:57:11 pm
I agree with wholesalelist101. I think getting your own domain name and then hosting it is the better alternative.

There are a lot of free open source eccomerce applications out there that are available to you. I would not let the idea of not knowing HTML or any of the other languages scare you away. At some point, you are going to need to have a basic understanding of configuring a site in order for it to meet your specific needs. Most of he applications out there are pretty much menu driven once it is set up. If you find a good hosting plan (which is another topic), it will more then likely have an eccomerce shopping cart available and if you can't figure out how to get it installed, they will more then likely do it for you.


One site you can check for review of some of the more popular ecommerce applications is Link hidden: Login to view. You can read some of the comments on the different carts as well as try them out.

ALso, I am not sure what some of the eccomerce hosting packages offer, but I know with the application I use which is CRE loaded, I also can generate feeds into different sites that list my products (when I get them put in!!)

I am still working on getting my site up, but you can look at it here:

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As mentioned....it is still a work in progress :)

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planes
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8 Jan 08 09:29:14 pm
Hostgater.com is good. first month free then 10 per month after with unlimited sites.

No web building help though.

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lars
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20 Jan 08 09:57:31 am
I like Hostgator as well for hosting my site. They have outstanding tech support.

I just had an issue today when creating a new account for the mega-estore.biz website I am building as listed above, and they worked until the problem was resolved.

Pricing is a big plus, but after dealing with different host companies over the past 7 years, I have found that tech support is one of the most important things of all!!

anonymous
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25 Jan 08 12:37:42 am
Link hidden: Login to view offer video games at cheap prices+ it free to ship any where in the uk with 1-2 guaranteed dilivery. ive used it a few times to sell on ebay made a little bit of money but the more u do it the more u make really.if ur looking for hosting Link hidden: Login to view is the cheapest ive seen the offer you a
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