Online Business Part 1 – ecommerce

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Are you a brick and mortar business looking to get online? Maybe you already have a web presence but need a top ecommerce solution to start selling online.

Today we are going to look at some of the options out there to get your shopping cart up and running. In no particular order…


– Shopify (

Sell online or right in your store with Shopify. With both ecommerce and POS options, they are a clear leader in the online retail space.

“With this easy to use ecommerce solution, entrepreneurs save time and money, so they can focus on other aspects of their business.” – Daymond John Star of ABC’s Shark Tank, Founder of FUBU

– Bigcommerce (

Provides fully loaded stores with killer features to users with a simple website builder designed to help you sell more.

“Since switching, we have seen a 30% increase in conversion rates and revenue has doubled.” -Jennifer Untermeyer,

– Squarespace Commerce (

Everything you need. Whether you its simple pages, striking galleries, a professional blog, or an online store, it’s all included with your Squarespace website. Best of all, everything is mobile-ready right from the start.

– Weebly eCommerce (

Allows you to provide your shoppers with the convenience of a fully-integrated, free shopping cart and a secure checkout experience directly from your ecommerce website. Shopping cart software is set-up automatically when you create your store so you can start selling online immediately, with no technical skills needed.

– Ocoos (

Ocoos provides what they call “next-generation websites”. Create a site, manage your operations, and sell online easily with the Ocoos integrated platform. They also offer affordable concierge service to make set-up painless!

– 3dcart (

Shopping Carts from 3dcart allow you to market and sell your products online with ease. 3dchart has clients across the world that trust 3dcart to build and maintain their successful online stores.

“I started with 3dcart in 2008, been a happy customer since day 1. I moved from another shopping cart company and the process was very smooth. I have 5 websites with 3dcart and I am a very happy customer!” – Robert King

– Etsy (

Etsy is not only gives their users the ability to sell products online, but they also provide a marketplace where people around the world connect to buy and sell unique goods. With a mission to re-imagine commerce in ways that build a more fulfilling and lasting world, Etsy is proud to be a certified B Corporation, a new kind of company that uses the power of business to solve social and environmental problems.

– WooCommerce (

WooCommerce is the most popular WordPress eCommerce plugin. And it’s available for free. Packed full of features, perfectly integrated into your self-hosted WordPress website.

– Webs (

Webs offers flexible tools and packages to provide solutions to a variety of customers. They work with all sorts of folk, from those wanting to build a website for a small business, a personal blog, or a hub for a nonprofit.


As you can see there are plenty of options out there. The most important thing is taking action. Don’t get bogged down in all the options available.

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