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Shopping Carts With The Best Templates

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Liz Hull

Liz Hull

Liz Hull is a writer for Merchant Maverick. In her three years with Merchant Maverick, she has tested and reviewed over 40 eCommerce platforms and published two ebooks on the topic of online selling. Liz has also been published in Startup Nation and Home Business Magazine Online. Liz has a BA in English and Spanish from George Fox University.
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    Dane Henas

    Amad,

    I like your detailed reviews. I’ve got a client who is an antique and fine art dealer and wants a website that can become an ecommerce site at a later date (maybe 6 months to a year from now–they just don’t want to deal with it right away–most items are very expensive, and they don’t think the buyers of such items are going to buy them online)–right now they just want to get up and running to show their wares. I’m thinking it might be best to go ahead and use an ecommerce framework to manage the furniture and artwork they have on their website, since it seems most dashboards are fairly easy to add and delete items (they want to be able to do it themselves and have very little computer experience). Then, we’re not rebuilding the site later on. There are some nice 3rd party Prestashop templates out there from entheosweb.com for antique stores, and Prestashop is free to start, but the ecommerce functionality will cost once it’s running (?) is my understanding. My only concern is there are some negative reviews about the company, so I’m concerned about going with them if they are going to be difficult later on. What’s your take? Or any suggestions on other ecommerce platforms that they can ease into without paying a lot of money for up front, for features they aren’t using just yet?

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