My Q. is, is it good to use Wordpress Platform to open an E-Mall or somekind of E-store? I'm new at Wordpress and I don't know what to do. I was using free blogger and it was so easy.
Well, I'm wondering how I would do this, since it is a blog theme how can I make it into a mall. I want the homepage to be all products, but i still want to do blogs. I'm not techi so I would like your opinions on this. Thank you everyone.
There are a few free ecommerce platforms available. It depends upon what you are looking for.
Here is a place to start.
http://psiphonconsulting.com/internetbu … e-plugins/
Wordpress should be very similar to blogger. If you use premium service, you will get more module etc.
You might want to try ecrater. They provide the e-store platform and very easy to use. There is no fee as well.
That was fast, thank you for the answer, I will go and check ecrater. Premium theme that means paid themes right?
I checked ecrater and what they offer is a subdomain. like ----mymall.ecrater.com.... And your store is lost within the ecraters many stores. But their products arrangement is very good, that is the way I like for my products, neat and clean and the size of the boxes are just right. You can accomodate a lot of produts in one page. Popshops are bigger boxes, and you can only put few products in one page because of the box size.
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