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Postby chidiver » Tue Jul 07, 2009 6:15 pm

I am in the need to set up an online store with shopping cart for processing orders for a direct marketing thingy I'm starting. I'm looking for something simple and will only have 20 to 30 products. I'm looking at a number of hosted cart solutions including 3D Cart and Yahoo. Anyone have experience with this, any suggested providers?
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Re: Ecommerce

Postby ispeaktexan » Tue Jul 07, 2009 6:31 pm

Sorry! All I have experience with is Ebay.
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Re: Ecommerce

Postby michaelk69 » Wed Jul 08, 2009 2:11 am

I don't know too much about it, but PayPal offers one?
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Re: Ecommerce

Postby butch » Sun Jul 19, 2009 2:51 pm

I have 3 domain names, all hosted on one server... for $50 a year I get a starter site that allows 2 sites on the space... the 3rd ( ) is simply redirected to a page at my site. 15 gig of storage and unlimited bandwidth... how cool is that? You can rent unlimited numbers of domain names and re-direct them to any page on the net your heart desires. You can even cloak your site so people don't know it was re-directed, and for a fee you can hide all personal information about site ownership... it's expensive to do that, about $15 a month.

I get unlimited mail addresses, but have to pay for a mail box, so I re-direct the mail to G-mail... e.g.
(don't spam this address, or I'll launch a seriously mean viral attack on you)
They offer, for a fee, e-commerce.

I've been using this service provider for 12 years. They used to be known as

They are cheap, and very easy to use. They have an online editor, so you don't need to use FTP unless you want to. You can edit just like any free site.

I get no money for recommending them, but they are in England. I recommend them because the service has always been great and the price very, very low. The only downside is they don't accept cash, or cheques... credit cards only. I don't own any credit cards so I always have to use a friend's account. I've never experienced any bad issues over this.
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