Ecommerce

Start selling online with ease.

Almost half of internet users in the US purchase items online several times per month. With the rising popularity of internet shopping and the need for an online presence, it’s no wonder businesses are moving away from larger online sellers. Having your own online store not only expands your online presence, but it also shows the maturity of your brand and increases revenue.

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Website Integration

Increase traffic and convert leads by adding an online shop to your website.

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Social Media Integration

Sell on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram. Products for sale will link directly to the item on your online store.

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End to End Security

Your store’s data and your customers information will remain protected.

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No Hidden Fees

Escape the costly fees of selling through online marketplaces like Amazon or eBay by pairing your store with our Payment Processing solution.

FAQ

Pair with our credit card processing solution to keep more money in your pocket.

We provide fully integrated web services for online credit transactions designed for easy and secure Internet shopping. In fact, any internet connected PC can be a secure virtual credit card processing terminal!

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Why shouldn't I just use Amazon, eBay, Shopify or other online marketplaces?

Online marketplaces tend to charge a percentage per sale, per listing and/or per month. Though these percentages seem low, they tend to add up quickly. For example, Amazon charges individual sellers ~15% (varies per category) and $0.99 per listing, and professional sellers are charged $39.99 per month and ~15% (varies per category) per sale.

While large online marketplaces are a great way to get your foot in the door and adjust to working in ecommerce, it isn’t for every business. If you are an established online business, the benefits of having your own online store will greatly out weigh the cons.

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Is an online store right for my business?

An online store isn’t going to be the right match for every business. If you only sell a few products or sell online as a side job, we will suggest sticking with Amazon, eBay, etc.

However if you are looking to grow your brand, increase your online presence or expand to selling wholesale, having an online store is a step in the right direction.

Still unsure or looking for more information? Click Here to schedule a consultation and demo!

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