We understand that not every site requires an on-line selling option, however many organisations selling a product or service recognise the benefits of having an on-line shop front as an always open option for their customers.
Should you decide a full shopping cart would be the best selection for your business we offer two options, either a full on-line retail shop if all you are looking to do is sell your items so your site will be a shop front or we can place this as a subdomain on your site i.e. shop.yoursite.com.
Either way you will benefit from having the ability to use your own descriptions/imagery/product codes and pricing.
What are the other benefits you get?
• No limit on the number of products you can sell
• Dynamic page navigation display
• Dynamic category links
• Support for thumbnail, and full size images
• Listings of related Products
• Built in search engine
• Displays cart subtotal on all screens
• Unlimited quantity of registered customers
• Guest Customers

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