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andrewc1

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#28865 14-Dec-2008 16:52
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Hi, guys, do you know who can help me to setup online shop in a very fast way and not cost too much?

Financial storm make me decide not to open physical shop first rather than starting from online shop instead.

Thanks.


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boby55
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  #184058 14-Dec-2008 17:12
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You will need a host and domain then download and install a script like ecommerce.

If you need help pm me and we can work something out

Cheers Andrew

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  #184233 15-Dec-2008 12:54
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WebFarm offer some ready to go software that may suit what you are looking for.

 
 
 
 


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  #184250 15-Dec-2008 13:28
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I use www.ediy.co.nz

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  #184371 15-Dec-2008 19:05
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osCommerce is an opensource software and is fairly easy to set up if you follow instructions - hell if I can set it up anyone can :)

You install it yourself on the webserver etc. I looked at it myself quite a while ago but as I remember I liked osCommerce because it was fairly easy to set up products and services to sell, as well as the ability to integrate into an open source accounting software (can't remember the name off the top of my head) so any purchases through the online shop were automatically put into your books for accounting purposes etc.

Site: http://www.oscommerce.com/

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  #184479 16-Dec-2008 11:37
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Yep osCommerce is probas the easiest and cheapest way to go about it..
It would be wise to get a designer and web development company to develop the site for you though if you are serious about it.

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