When it comes to selling online there are so many options you can take. The good thing is, we can offer everything you need; whether you are starting a simple online store or creating a sales channel to implement in your already complex organisation. How you start is important, and the decisions about how you go about your web site design and development can be the difference between a smooth or bumpy ride later down the line when you decide you need the flexibility to cater for your growing business.
From these early stages we can help with advice and guidance as to the best ways to go and what hurdles you should be thinking about.
Starting from the beginning lets you have complete control over the development of your website and gives you the ultimate flexibility all the way down the line. Your options are endless in terms of the features you can include and how you can react to the needs and demands of your customers.
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For us, creating a bespoke website has benefits that far out way any other method; after all it is one way to ensure your web offering is truly original. However for those that are looking to work to a tight deadline and budget, there are three platforms that we work with to create quality e-commerce websites, each with their own benefits:
Magento is a popular e-commerce platform used by a growing number of companies around the world, particularly in the fashion industry. Owned by Ebay, Magento offers a base system that your web site can be built onto, taking advantage of the many features it offers as part of it’s core system. Magento also has a large community of developers that have created a huge range of new and useful features to add into your website.
Find out more about Magento here
Shopify is slicker in design than Magento but offers much of the same in terms of being a platform to build your e-commerce website onto. Like Magento, Shopify has a huge range of apps and features that can be added on to your website when you need them. The main difference is that Shopify requires a monthly cost to host and run your website.
Take a look at Shopify here
Wordpress is an extremely popular framework based on the original blogging framework owned by Google. Very easy to work with, Wordpress has become a favourite of many thousands of businesses across the world because of it's simplicity and high ranking capabilities in Google.
Read about Wordpress here.