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Which platform is better of Ecommerce

Discussion in 'eCommerce' started by vikeshswami, Jun 20, 2013.

  1. Derek Paul

    Derek Paul Greenhorn

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    SURE IS AMAZON. !!!! I can generate 40k orders with 250k revenue and 15% profit in 3weeks . Want more!!! Lets discuss!!
    SEMrush
     
    Derek Paul, Jul 4, 2013 IP
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    I have heard good things about Magento. If you are newbie Bigcommerce.com is also a nice option.Let us know what you chose and how it goes.
     
    xtragudboi, Jul 4, 2013 IP
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    #23
    Hello Vikeshswami,

    Great!! you want to build a E-commerce website. Magento is world's leading e-commerce solution provider and i bet you after using it you really love it. Here i'll introduce with Magento new PowerSync for more info Click Here

    Visit on Magento and Salesforce E-commerce blog:
    http://powersync.biz/blog/magento-and-salesforce-together-can-deliver-great-results-for-ecommerce
     
    brudawson, Jul 5, 2013 IP
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    #24
    openkart is best .
     
    mogit79, Jul 5, 2013 IP
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    Satazabuki Greenhorn

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    #25
    Magento is really good. More and more people use it nowadays .
     
    Satazabuki, Jul 5, 2013 IP
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    #26
    Magento has been one of the most used e-Commerce platform, but if you want to learn more about different e-Commerce platforms here is the link and I hope it could help you decide what to use, http://weboutsourcing-gateway.com/blog/2013/03/pick-your-e-commerce-platform/
     
  7. sajalok

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    #27
    Magneto is best for startups.
    Also simple and easy to use.
     
    sajalok, Jul 12, 2013 IP
  8. slimx

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    #28
    Magento would be the BEST in terms of features etc.

    But like let's say your making a site for a client, cmon guys admit it magento is not EASY TO USE if your not tech-handy. I get some clients that don't know how to use facebook.

    If your using it yourself, then i'd definately recommend going through the ADMIN CP demo's of every eCommerce platform:
    • magento
    • woocommerce
    • volusion
    • opencart
    • shopify
    • etc..
    Try them all, see what you like best.
    Majority of them can do what the other can, never tried shopify to be honest.
     
    slimx, Jul 13, 2013 IP
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    #29
    Opencart or OsCommerce is what we would recommend, good luck with your business.
     
    compevo, Jul 14, 2013 IP
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    Open Cart we use it for a very large site and it works excellent. Very simple to use easy to change and upgrade reporting
     
    MeduJewelry, Jul 14, 2013 IP
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    #31
    Wordpress with Woo commerce plugin is the best for ecommerce site. You can check https://wpoven.com/ which lets you create such site on fly. While you get fully managed hosting with the site creation your basic plan would also include dedicated IP, Dedicated VPS, premium plugins and themes such as woocommerce plugin etc. and several other advanced feature. having your Ecommerce site is now made really easy.
     
    satish68, Jul 15, 2013 IP
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    RDMarket Peon

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    #32
    I agree with slimx, just about every big ecommerce site these days offers free 2 week demos. Try them all out and see what you're most comfortable with.

    Some require more knowledge of HTML/CSS, while others are based at making web building process as easy as possible, with minimal customization required.

    I know Volusion offers a free 14 day trial along with just about every other one. I gave Volusion a try and it was really simple and easy, but like slimx said...demo everything.
     
    RDMarket, Jul 15, 2013 IP
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    #33
    i prefer to use wordpress
     
    maaz2, Jul 15, 2013 IP
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    glennyjoycelyn Banned

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    #34
    Magento and WordPress are best platform to build and develop eCommerce.
     
    glennyjoycelyn, Jul 23, 2013 IP
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    #35
    vikeshswami did say he wanted to develop an ecommerce website so Wordpress and Magento are good options. My opinion is that Magento has a bit of learning curve and Wordpress is a blogging platform first. I've heard plenty of recommendations for Prestashop and OpenCart as well. As a designer, I've given up on having to maintain open source carts and prefer the ease of use of hosted shopping carts.
     
    Matt Cotten, Jul 23, 2013 IP
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    #36
    magento is good, but much resources in server, i suggest if you would like to use magento, then use VPS not shared hosting
     
    gige2, Jul 23, 2013 IP
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    #37
    WordPress is the best for beginners but we still have no plugin matching all needs. Woo Commerce has pretty complicated interface and too much obsessed with their themes. There is a thread where some new WP plugin discussed. It would be interesting to watch after its evolution and struggle against Woo Commerce.
     
    derek.Kirk, Jul 24, 2013 IP
  18. Muhammad Nasir Iftekhar

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    #38
    watch your spellings its not "zoomla" but joomla the only lonely best eCommerce solution for industry.
     
    Muhammad Nasir Iftekhar, Jul 25, 2013 IP
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    #39
    What are you selling? Digital goods or physical? I think that is important to know.
     
    vwtom, Jul 30, 2013 IP
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    #40
    Magento is best and secure.
     
    Kyle Stester, Aug 8, 2013 IP