New to this whole internet business game? Feeling a little overwhelmed by all of the stuff you don’t know but know for sure that you want to start making money online? Luckily for you, knowing how to code is no longer a requirement for getting a fully functioning online store up and running.
If you have the idea and the drive but haven’t yet developed the backend know-how, check out 3DCart. These guys have been in the ecommerce business for over fifteen years, meaning they were around before Amazon got big.
(Do you remember life without Amazon? Crazy.)
What do they have to offer?
Founder Gonzalo Gil has committed his professional career to creating the most comprehensive ecommerce software and shopping cart software out there. Now, I’d like to give you a list of all of the features on 3DCart but when I say comprehensive I mean comprehensive. I simply don’t have the column space to list out every single thing that 3DCart offers, so here’s a quick overview…
With 3DCart, you get:
So, basically, it’s everything you could possible need from start to finish if you’re creating an online store.
But can I afford it?
If your site is a specialty one and you’re not expecting much traffic, go for the Mini package, which will set you back a grand total of $19.99 per month. Their most popular package is the Professional, which runs at $65.99 per month and lets you sell up to 1,000 products, gives you $150 in free advertising credits, a live chat plugin, and free domain registration.
Then, if you’re a serious baller, and plan on selling an unlimited number of products, the maximum amount you can pay is $129.99 monthly.
To be honest, I’m kind of wondering how these guys make their cash, considering the fact that they don’t take a percentage of anything you sell, meaning that the prices listed above are set prices, not starting points.
The generous folks at 3DCart are currently offering a FREE 15 day trial so you can give them a test drive. Signup takes about a minute and there’s no credit card required.
If you’re not sure yet, check out these numbers:
3DCart currently has more than 10,000 customers in 12 countries. They have more than one hundred partners, including Google, PayPal, Yahoo, UPS, McAfee, Amazon, FedEx, and Bank of America.
To wrap it up: These dudes know what they’re doing. Therefore, if you don’t know what you’re doing, head on over to 3DCart and let them help you out today.
This article was originally published by Killer Startups