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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by mrsamdp, Oct 2, 2013.

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  1. mrsamdp

    mrsamdp Newbie

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    Hi, i'm about to start a web e commerce to sell some products but i have a problem, i don't know what kind of scripts is the best for that.
    anyway, any advice ?
     
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    srinu0812 Supreme Member

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    BusinessMagnet Power Member

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    Try Oscommerce, magento, they both are leading and best.
     
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    mrsamdp Newbie

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    Thank you so much, great scripts :)
     
  5. BlackHatHustla

    BlackHatHustla Registered Member

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    Go with OpenCart. It's free, opensource, light and easy to use. Plus it has a great community and a lot of nice plugins and themes. Trust me, I've done my homework. OsCommerce is old and full of bugs, Magento is slow and you need programming skills to change the slightest thing.
     
  6. SEOHULK

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    osCommerce is and old piece of sh*t. I would advise strongly against using it.
    I hear there is a new version in the works but it's supposed to be still in early stages.
    Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.

    Prestashop could work out nice for you but you'll need quality web hosting for that because Prestashop eats CPU and RAM for breakfast.
    Also the documentation is horrible and it's still pretty buggy.

    I think you'll need to decide between:
    - MAGENTO
    - OPEN CART

    Magento is a mature enterprise product that works the way it is supposed to work.
    You can find tons of plugins and addons for it (free and paid) because it has been around for a long time.
    But beware: it could prove difficult to work at first, because it is a bit complex.

    Open Cart is a clean and simple solution. Not so enterprise-level like Magento, but a bit more friendly at the beginning.
    You can find plugins and addons but not so much as for Magento.

    I'd advise you to invest a few hours and try them both and then decide.
     
  7. Techxan

    Techxan Elite Member

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    You can get a magento store here in the forums for $40 bucks.
     
  8. GoDesain

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    I like prestashop.. checkit...
     
  9. seosuperman1

    seosuperman1 Regular Member

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    woocommerce is alright if you are familiar with wordpress.