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Best software for webstore?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by anatho, Nov 20, 2011.

  1. anatho

    anatho Elite Member

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    Hi

    I would like to start a small online shop. At first there are only a few products to sell.

    What software would you suggest to me?

    It should be VERY easy because I would like to start today and have my shop up and running by tomorrow evening.
     
  2. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    If you want to have a store up in one day then I would say it is going to look like shit and you probably will not make any sales. WHat is the hurry?
     
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    mark9510 Regular Member

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    You can use wordpress to make a shitty store but if you want something with alot of flexibility I would recommend you use Magento Commerce
     
  4. anatho

    anatho Elite Member

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    Problem is, I have Adwords and Facebook vouchers and both are only valid until Tuesday .... and I want to use them to promote the shop ....

    The shop does not need to be completely ready tomorrow, however, it has to be installed and I should have at least some products together with some info (contact, terms etc.) up .....
     
  5. anatho

    anatho Elite Member

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    Yes, however, Magento looked very complicated to me ....
    Is this really easy to install within a reasonable time frame?
     
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    Try zentcart!
     
  7. awtprod

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    Try shopperpress. It's fairly cheap (and possibly free if it's still available in the downloads section). It looks nice and is quick to set up.
     
  8. anatho

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    anyone uses opencart?
     
  10. englandrm

    englandrm Senior Member

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    Check out the new WooCommerce themes by Woothemes. Fantastic, great looking, and easy to use.
     
  11. theqavish

    theqavish Regular Member

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    Opencart is the best.
    I can create site for you on open cart for few bucks. If you know yourself then its good.
     
  12. huubert

    huubert Registered Member

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    I use opencart :)
    So far happy with it. Plenty of plugins available and a quite active forum for support.
    But 1 day is definitely not enough to set it up. I doubt any platform is :)
     
  13. Bartman

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    hi guys
    dont mean to hijack someone else's thread, but do you know of a software that i can use to create a marketplace?
    not a store where only the site owner can post things, but something like ecrater where anybody can create an account and post things?
    and it must be free/open source.
     
  14. ozone100

    ozone100 Newbie

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    I love opencart. It is secure, very user friendly, seo friendly, and is getting updated all the time. It also has a large community so there are many 3rd party mods for really cheap.