Try not to disturb your existing website if it’s doing OK. So any eCommerce solution should be an add-on to your existing site not a complete replacement.
implement your inline shop in stages so that you can test the waters and get your business processes sorted to handle the physical aspects of selling online – packaging and shipping for example.
It’s a good idea to start with a simple PayPal shop to sell a few product lines before moving to a full-blown eCommerce platform.
- You will obviously have to take payments online. PayPal is an excellent way to do this for small businesses starting out in eCommerce.
I’m often asked, by customers with websites, if I can do some optimization to increase the traffic they are getting from search engines because they are not receiving enquiries from the site. I can always make changes that will increase traffic from search engines....