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What's the best way to sell services online?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by DarkTech, Jul 15, 2013.

  1. DarkTech

    DarkTech Newbie

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    I have an idea for an online store that sells services.. (Basically I had a fiverr gig that was doing well but I want to add a couple options and charge $20 instead of $5)

    What's the best way to set it up? I don't need much, just a design that looks legitimate enough for people to shell out $20, and a place for them to place an order and enter the details needed to fulfill the order.

    I looked into a couple online store options like Shopify, but Shopify seems to be geared toward selling physical items.
     
  2. dome.d0nkss

    dome.d0nkss BANNED BANNED

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    If you want something professional, go to freelancer . coom (-o ; I can't post links)
    Find reputable members wich high skills and reviews and put them to do this job for you...
    You can get high prices, but the quallity will be great :)
     
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  3. androide

    androide Junior Member

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    make your site and on-line payment )
     
  4. Internet-Marketer

    Internet-Marketer Junior Member

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    Go tо elаnce.соm аnd еіthеr click оn thе 'gеt services' оr 'provide services' lіnks аt thе tоp оf thе page.

    Thаt ѕhоuld gеt уоu started.
     
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  5. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    Create your own WP site and use paypal as a means to accept payment.
     
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