Web.com has made a major move into the ecommerce game

Popular web hosting and website builder platform Web.com has unveiled its new ecommerce product.

Built with the same drag-and-drop feature, Web.com’s ecommerce website builder now gives sellers a single location where they can manage all the day-to-day tasks that go with running an online business.

The new product comes with a marketplace manager and links to social media platforms allowing users to reach customers on Instagram, Facebook and other social sites. Web.com SMB ecommerce builder

Available now, the ecommerce platform offers 25, 50 and unlimited eShop pages, each with unlimited email accounts.

Web.com’s Marketplace manager also allows online sellers to reach more customers through popular marketplaces such as Amazon, eBay and Etsy. Online sellers can now list products and update existing product listings from inside the platform without having to log into separate services.

The essential ecommerce plan for small businesses includes one hour free design support, a free domain and private registration for $13.95 per month. Its ecommerce premium plan starts at $19.95 per month and includes automated sales tax, multi-currency, and restock/purchase orders.

> How to choose an ecommerce website builder

> Ecommerce website builder vs ecommerce platform vs storefront builder > Web.com adds Pro SEO services and Online Store products “For a small business looking to launch an online store, the process can be overwhelming with several moving pieces. Web.com’s new solutions make it easy to get an online store up and running in one place quickly so small businesses can start taking orders from customers,” said Ed Jay, President of Newfold Digital, parent company of Web.com .“Online sellers can quickly launch with Web.com’s intuitive drag-and-drop builder and easily list products from anywhere. Once live, online sellers can leverage the platform’s powerful integrations like the online marketplace manager to reach more customers.”Through the ecommerce platform, […]

Click here to view original web page at www.techradar.com

On y est presque!
À quelle adresse dois-je vous envoyer le Guide?