Ecommerce – buying and selling goods and services online – is one of the biggest uses of the internet. Starting an Ecommerce business or web site, or expanding an existing business with an Ecommerce website can be highly profitable, as the overhead costs of running a web site are very small compared to running a physical shop and you have access to a global market.
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This buyer’s guide will give you an overview of the different kinds of Ecommerce web site and some of the features that can be included to help drive your sales. There’s also a guide to finding and choosing the right company to help you set up your own Ecommerce web site and start trading online.
E-Commerce Website Buyer's Guide
The guide will take you through the following topics:
- Advantages of Ecommerce
- Ecommerce- The Global marketplace
- Location independence
- Reduced operating costs
- Around the clock sales
- Easy expansion
- Potential Ecommerce pitfalls
- Ecommerce systems
- Hosted Ecommerce systems
- Custom Ecommerce systems
- Bespoke and off the shelf systems Ecommerce systems
- Ecommerce features
- Search Engine Optimisation
- Pay Per Click advertising
- Email marketing
- Affiliate programmes
- Ecommerce Design Price Guide
- Choosing an Ecommerce supplier
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