Grow your business quickly and efficiently with easy buying and selling.

Over a billion people use the internet to buy and sell goods and services.

If you desire to expand your business, then E-Commerce is the way to go.

All you need is a simple product, idea, or service to offer, and a way to offer it to your customer.

Categories of e-commerce

As with traditional commerce, there are four principal categories of e-commerce: B2B, B2C, C2B and C2C.

  • B2B (Business to Business) — This involves companies doing business with each other. One example is manufacturers selling to distributors and wholesalers selling to retailers.
  • B2C (Business to Consumer) — B2C consists of businesses selling to the general public through shopping cart software, without needing any human interaction. This is what most people think of when they hear “e-commerce.” An example of this would be Amazon.
  • C2B (Consumer to Business) — In C2B e-commerce, consumers post a project with a set budget online, and companies bid on the project. The consumer reviews the bids and selects the company. Elance is an example of this.
  • C2C (Consumer to Consumer) — This takes place within online classified ads, forums or marketplaces where individuals can buy and sell their goods. Examples of this include Craigslist, eBay and Etsy.

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The shop page is where your customers can view your products. Set the shop page to your specifications and let your customers brows and select what is in your store.

Be sure to have your inventory count handy. It is good to be in stock when product is sold out!

The cart page is the last step for your customers to review and calculate their purchase before making the final commitment.

Here they can select how they would like to pay you for the product.

How would you like to get paid? PayPal, Stripe, Bank Transfers”

The checkout page is where the customers pay for their items and when you get paid. Congratulations on your sale!

Make sure to deliver the goods. Not to get flagged as a “dis-credible” website!

The shop page is where your customers can view your products. Set the shop page to your specifications and let your customers brows and select what is in your store.

Be sure to have your inventory count handy. It is good to be in stock when product is sold out!

The cart page is the last step for your customers to review and calculate their purchase before making the final commitment.

Here they can select how they would like to pay you for the product.

How would you like to get paid? PayPal, Stripe, Bank Transfers”

The checkout page is where the customers pay for their items and when you get paid. Congratulations on your sale!

Make sure to deliver the goods. Not to get flagged as a “dis-credible” website!