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Need Your Help with Ecommerce Site

Discussion in 'Graphic Design' started by livecrunch, Jun 29, 2013.

  1. livecrunch

    livecrunch Registered Member

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    Thanks for clicking in!
    I do develop sites from time to time but this one I have no clue what to "re-use"

    Basically I am not going to sell products but am going to sell service.

    What I ultimately want is...

    Visitor comes to site, reads pitch page (something quick), clicks on pricing or whatever link... then it has 3-4 options to chose from Free, This $10, This $20 , This $40, this can be done with paypal or whatever payment system... after they are done with the payment they have username/pwd and place where they can submit the info, once they submit the info I can reply back with the service they bought...

    Think of Fiverr but only for 1 seller..

    Not sure which eCommerce I could go with and then design the template my self.. I seen so many sites with similar concept and now that I need it I can't think of any site to visit what they used for back-end system.

    Thank you for at least reading this and all your answers are appreciated. Wish you perfect day!
     
  2. livecrunch

    livecrunch Registered Member

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    Anyone ? :confused:
     
  3. nitinsy

    nitinsy Junior Member

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    Any reason why a traditional ecommerce software will not work? Something like Prestashop or Opencart?

    Your workflow can be configured easily in one of these.
     
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  4. instalikes

    instalikes Newbie

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    Build your own website, or webpage and use Stripe payment Gateway, look them up. Easy to use, used for any selling purpose.
     
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  5. livecrunch

    livecrunch Registered Member

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    I can try prestashop and see where it gets me.
     
  6. gullsinn

    gullsinn Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I will prefer opencart, that's simple and easy to use.
     
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    Open Cart is also SEO Friendly. Or else you can use Wordpress+Magento Integration.
     
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  8. livecrunch

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    Was thinking to go with wp+ some ecommerce problem is I can't find the suitable workflow as above, yet I seen sites that have wp and workflow I actually want to do.

    I'll do some more digging. Awesome suggestions guys, keep me updated if something comes to your mind and also once I am done ill give you free service!!
     
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    vmbpromo Newbie

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    Another vote for open cart. They are less complicated and as mentioned. already SEO-friendly.
     
  10. livecrunch

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    So I went with WP+ WooCommerce as I can really do the workflows easy and themes I bought are cool too easy modify for more projects than one.
     
  11. Push Advertising

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    I concur with OpenCart, definitely the way to go.
     
  12. phracktl

    phracktl Regular Member

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    Not disagreement with any of the above, per se

    But surely it depends how you price your time...and what kind of sales your expecting

    For me, Id give have it up in a day on Shopify and give that a go for 6 months rather than all the hassle of config
     
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    Woocommerce + Wordpress was a match made in heavens. Wonderful plugin for an amazingly friendly platform. and combine them with woothemes, You won't anything better elsewhere and i can vouch for that
     
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    opencart and woocommerce both will help you out in this regards
     
  15. gulfraz

    gulfraz Newbie

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    From what I've used, I'd recommend prestashop. Shouldn't be too hard to setup using default prestashop :)
     
  16. swagthegame

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    Opencart + Stripe equals cash in the bank...
    Hands down the best... 10 year old can setup opencart...