Looking for a website builder

  Dalglish2 21:37 05 Feb 2013
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Hi

I am looking for a website builder that will enable my online business to take payments and provide a relatively easy way to build a website. The firm 1&1 is heavily promoted but wonder has anyone any experience with this? My business is essentially a drop shipping one and several categories containing up to 20 products per category and using PayPal as merchant are planned. Any guidance welcomed, thank you

  Proclaimer 19:38 07 Feb 2013

Try a Zen Cart http://www.zen-cart.com/

Many dropshippers use them including the dropship resellers. Zencarts have addons for Paypal.

  Proclaimer 19:39 07 Feb 2013

PS, I use one for my download store, so if you want to see a working cart, here it is: http://www.railworks.marleyman.co.uk/store/

  pl1700 23:57 31 May 2013

Honestly, 1and1 is really good and easy to use. They have high performance ecommerce with more features than most need: http://website.1and1.co.uk/ecommerce-performance-features

While a lot of these other more complex platforms may suit a larger enterpruse better, this tends to be one of the better options for a small business that i've used at least.

I used to have domain, email, website all in different places, but it makes so much more sense to just pick on service and stick with it. Less headaches and anything i can do to avoid those is a WIN in my book!

  lisedior 19:15 12 Jun 2013

Hi, If you really want help to rebuild your website, I recommend you to go to visit this website: www.dburnsdesign.com, designers create great websites, they redid that of a friend and it'is great now

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