When it comes to Making money online the fastest way to make quick money is to sell your own products online. If you plan to do online selling the basic problem would have is to choose the right shopping cart platform with the right kind of balance. I would tell you few of the best shopping cart solutions for just about every skill level: you can do it yourself, outsource, host on your own server or pay companies for hosting. Here are 9 best shopping cart solutions for your business.
- By internet Giants.
Amazon.com – Earn cash by selling your stuff on Amazon.com. It’s easy, it’s fast, and it doesn’t cost you a penny until your item sells.
Yahoo.com – While Yahoo offers you the ability to use their shopping cart on a site you build yourself, their wizard powered store is by far their most popular product. It offers you pre-built templates for the look, but uses their own brand of HTML, which makes hiring a designer for a unique look almost a necessity.
Stores.eBay.com – eBay stopped being just an auction site a long time ago and offers you the chance to set up your own storefront on their popular site.
Google.com – Use the shopping cart wizard or customize a few lines of HTML to add the cart to your website. You’ll receive and process orders through Google Checkout. Customers can easily add, view, and edit items in their cart without leaving your site, then complete their purchases with Google Checkout.
Purchasable Self-Hosted Carts
- Just pay the fees and concentrate on selling your products.
1ShoppingCart – 1ShoppingCart offers you the ability to add “œBuy Now” buttons to your already existing site, while offering you many of the features you expect from complete shopping carts.
Bigcommerce by Interspire – Offers three versions of their software, all with numerous add-ons. However, if your store is of any substantial size with more number of products, you have no choice but to go for higher per month expense.
- Sell your digital goods like eBooks/Softwares
e-Junkie – E-junkie provides shopping cart and buy now buttons to let you sell downloads and tangible goods on your website. It supports PayPal, Google Checkout, Authorize.Net, TrialPay, ClickBank and 2CheckOut.
ClickBank – ClickBank is the Internet’s leading retailer of digital products. Whether you’re looking to sell, promote, or shop for digital goods, ClickBank is for you.
Free Self-Hosted Carts
- Download and host your shopping cart script
CubeCart – CubeCart offers version 3 of their software for free, but charges for version 4 after a free trial. Offers bulk upload, inventory management, shipping modules and everything else you would expect from a fully operational online store.
Magento – Launched in 2008, Magento is one the newest (yet popular) open source shopping carts on the market.
osCommerce – One of the best known shopping carts out there, this open source cart enjoys a large community of plugin creators.
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