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I am trying to setup an online shopping cart but not sure how to do it with minimum time and coding since I am not a coder.
Any suggestions please?
First step: register a domain name
Second step: start with something simple, I have read that Google have a very simple set-up via documents, try http://googlecheckout.blogspot.com/, but look around a bit for something that suits you.
Third Step: be prepared to put some time into it.
Don't forget step 0,spend a lot of time about the question "What want I sale? Make this sense?"e.g. nobody need the 500th computer shop, sale used car via the internet, I don't think this is a good idea...If you notice that there are other shops, why the users shall use your shop? What's the difference to others? If there are a large amount of other shops, maybe you need a better idea?In short, make a simple market analysis.Webspace, other things like paypal, taxes, livelihood, all this cost money, you think, in the long run, the shop is good enough for this?
Setting up a quick online shopping site isn't going to set the world a lite. the best shopping sites take a lot of time, years of development, planning and shoppers. however there's some top quality advice on this thread from more than one professional about good online websites.
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You don't need to be a programmer to setup a shopping cart. There are many open source carts freely available on the web. But if you want something unique, then hire a coder to do that for you. If you need personalized work and certain custom features, custom programming is the way to go.
I am far from an expert site designer however I have been selling on line since 2003. My suggestion: open a Yahoo store. The shopping cart was easy to set up. Yahoo can also set you up with a credit card processor through First Data. Yahoo has great technical help when needed.
Check out my store: http://donscycleware.com for an example.
What I see many beginners do is grab a free and open source shopping cart like OSCommerce and install it through their hosting accounts automatically. This is done with a few clicks and then find a developer to customize the theme to suit individual needs.
vstore do free ecommerce sites i think.
godady software good
Godady is a good site to go on but it not free
I'll recommend you oscommerce shopping cart, it's free and it has all the features included, you don't need any programming skills.
register a domain name,start with something simple,be prepared to spend time on
it and try to ivolve it day by day .make a simple market
analysis.Webspace, other things like paypal, taxes, livelihood, all this
costmoney, you think, in the long run, the shop is good enough for this?
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first you need to register domain name which you want to register and then just install wordpress on your website it is very easy and simple to install no need any programing knowledge
You can start a quick online shopping site using a wordpress shopping press premium theme, thats easy to install, configure, paypal, google checkout, own payment gateway is also easy to configure.
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