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What eCommerce shall i use? [FIRST TIME]

Discussion in 'eCommerce' started by NoDepositer, Sep 8, 2011.

  1. Xtriker

    Xtriker Peon

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    #21
    You should make a list of requirements first in what you're looking for and then go through the features of the paltforms to see if they fit you're needs.
    But there's a difference between the hosted solutions and the onces you can install yourself.
    If you're planning to host your own site there are a few good ones:
    zencart
    oscommercemagento
    But if you're planning to have it somewhere hosted, this relieves you from having to manage your own server:
    solidshops
    shopify
    hope you find a good one
    SEMrush
     
    Xtriker, Sep 22, 2011 IP
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  2. ElectricChoice

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    #22
    ZenCart is pretty good. if you need something a little more expansive you could try ProStores, Infopia or Channel Advisor
     
    ElectricChoice, Sep 22, 2011 IP
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    #23
    My vote is for Magento...need experts..contact adolmedia.com

    Cheers
     
    sasmitha, Sep 23, 2011 IP
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    adkarfaserv Active Member

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    #24
    I will suggest you, Opencart or Zencart. If need expertise person on it, you can remember me.
    Thank You
     
    adkarfaserv, Sep 24, 2011 IP
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    #25
    I would recommend nopCommerce, this is based on Microsoft hosting ie IIS, instead of PHP, it's also opensource, I can't place live links on the forum however if you Google nopCommerce I'm sure you will arrive on the right site.
    They recently upgraded the system(complete re-write) and runs on the new MVC setup, it also supports SQL Compact(Express), meaning you do not require a db and hosting is much simpler.
    The performance is excellent and stability very good, there are a lack of themes, if you make an effort you can make your own theme, hope this is helpful information.
     
    rb-soft, Sep 25, 2011 IP
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    #26
    I love Magento, it's a bit unforgiving on the novice but once you invest the time to learn what you are doing there are few solutions that can boast as many features or such a stable / well written package.
     
    necrobyter, Sep 27, 2011 IP
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    #27
    Of the three carts that you mentioned (CubeCart, OS Commerce and ZenCart) I've only used OS Commerce and ZenCart. I happen to prefer ZenCart. It's OS Commerce based, but as somebody else mentioned above, ZenCart has an easier admin panel to use compared to OS Commerce. ZenCart seems to be more user friendly overall.
     
    jdubaz, Sep 27, 2011 IP
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    #28
    I'd recommend you to use Os Commerce
     
    unani, Sep 29, 2011 IP
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    #29
    I recommend you to use prestashop easy to customize and simple.
     
    sherwin.hermogenes, Jan 9, 2012 IP
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    #30
    We've made several stores on Magento and have been very pleased.
     
    danej, Jan 9, 2012 IP
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    #31
    My commerce shopping sites about many products, we support it,More information can be found online at 。。
     
    toysmall, Jan 13, 2012 IP
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    #32
    My first site was an Oscommerce site and i did very well with that. I think it is easier then all.
     
    jetwork, Jan 13, 2012 IP
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    #33
    We used to use Magento but now use OpenCart, it's far quicker than Magento and some great themes available that can be customised to how you want with css. They also support all the major payment gateways and have great options for shipping and lots of modules etc...
     
    processblue, Jan 14, 2012 IP
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    #34
    Opencart shopping cart platform will help....
     
    sphinx498, Jan 19, 2012 IP
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    #35
    Ive used opencart before, its extremely easy to use, but is fairly basic and lacks a few options that you might need
     
    StarmarkCreatives, Jan 19, 2012 IP
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    #36
    I'd suggest upgrading your fantastico (doesn't cost much) and installing prestashop.

    Slick system, easy to use and looks the best in my opinion.
     
    fancydressqueen, Jan 19, 2012 IP
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    #37
    For a small business, i recommmend you use wordpress store.
    or just a blog and add e-commercial plugins. If you wanna make money from the beginning. let me know, i'll help you to config by Ebooks To Resell here
     
    olalinks, Feb 8, 2012 IP
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    #38
    If we had to do it over again we'd be looking at Shopify or Magneto. They have a pretty large userbase, and I think overall they offer the most comprehensive product out of the box. Now that Magneto seems to have gotten their business and marketing plans together they seem to be progressing steadily forward.
     
    promomanagers, Feb 8, 2012 IP
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    #39
    OS commerce is good but it complicated to use , so it would be best for you to use zen cart . Or maybe you just use wordpress template with e-commerce plug in ...
     
    JerrickYeoh, Feb 9, 2012 IP
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    #40
    I suggest iKomee its a fantastic new e commerce builder based on os commerce
     
    oreniko, Feb 12, 2012 IP