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Creating a store which platform should I use?

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by macstux, Dec 14, 2019.

  1. jazz85

    jazz85 Active Member

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    #21
    I for one would go for Magento as it's written in PHP and there are many programmers out there that you can hire to work on it.
    Lots of open source extensions do exist as well... and if you need enterprise support and paid extensions... that exists too.
    https://magento.com/

    Might be worth a look.
    SEMrush
     
    jazz85, Jan 7, 2020 IP
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    Amazing7 Banned

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    #23
    These platforms are good to create a store:
    • BigCommerce
    • Shopify
    • 3dcart
    • WooCommerce
    • Volusion
    • Prestashop
    • Weebly
    • Squarespace
    • Magento
    • Wix
     
    Amazing7, Jan 8, 2020 IP
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    #23
    Using prestashop as well, that service is really good
     
    Dandil, Jan 8, 2020 IP
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    #24
    Looks like you've got some good advice on ecomm platforms to launch your website. Once you have that set-up, shoot me a note for a promo code to Sandbox Commerce. Think Shopify, BigCommerce or 3DCart but for retail mobil apps.
     
    SterlingSmith, Jan 13, 2020 IP
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    Shivani Shrivastav Active Member

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    #26
    I would suggest Woocommerce or Shopify.
     
    Shivani Shrivastav, Jan 15, 2020 IP
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    #27
    I like woocommerce and have always favored that. But found out yesterday that a bank I use won't be supporting woocommerce with their payment gateway in the future, which I found a bit odd.
     
    Simsam, Jan 18, 2020 IP
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    I'm thinking your statement could be harmful to Woocommerce. Without citing the source of this "knowledge", you have no credibility.

    gary
     
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    #29
    I recommend Magento, due to its flexibility and scalability. Moreover, I can provide you with approximate cost of Magento website development, https://elogic.co/blog/ecommerce-development-cost-in-2019-set-the-right-budget-for-your-project/. I think this information will be crucial in deciding your platform choice!)
     
    HelgaHlg, Jan 31, 2020 IP