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ecommrence script help reminder

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by skullp, Jun 9, 2011.

  1. skullp

    skullp Registered Member

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    Hello fellow bhw members ! I am having a little blond moment ( no dis respect to the blond hair people out there ;)

    I am trying to find a nice eCommerce script for almost a month now ! I tried shopperpress but it dose not work, wpmudev , also tried a few other different ones shared and not shared on this forum that are not good or didn't work...

    I remember one that was called enterprise or something that I can't find anymore on the site, dose anyone remember it?

    before I shell out $79 for shopperpress dose anyone have any recommendations ? pref free ( at least for now )

    dose not matter if its wp or any type of script its all good, I thank you all

    in advance and bless you all !
     
  2. imth3one

    imth3one Newbie

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    Magento is quite popular and probably the best one
     
  3. Topher

    Topher Registered Member

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    Was it Interspire Shopping Cart?
    Code:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/member-downloads/265129-get-interspire-shopping-cart-v6-0-14-ultimate-nulled-tested.html
    I have Magento, Interspire, CS Cart and custom carts up and running. I've also used volusion, oscommerce and a few others.

    IMO Magento does well in the serps and works w/ large amounts of inventory, but lacks the backend admin ability to properly process orders, shipping and transactions. It also requires a bit more knowledge to setup. Currently I use CS Cart for new projects but have noticed that it doesn't do well with large amounts of inventory. I like Interspire and all its features, but don't like the URL structure for the product pages and categories.
     
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  4. skullp

    skullp Registered Member

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    Yes that was the one I was looking for ! I remembered it worked well last time I tested it, thanks a bunch !

    looking at cs cart is not bad, which one do you suggest then ? I guess cs cart since you are using it ;)

    magento sounds real good aswell but I find the backend part to be important, but mean while I will try to learn more and get the magento going since I never test it. or maybe even cs cart now that you mention it.

    Thanks again for the ideas and the support !