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Selz is a platform that allows business owners to create online stores, sell from live websites, and even promote and sell products through available social media outlets. Selz allows their clients to try out their product through their free trial options prior to making any final decisions on their online store. However, Selz does charge transaction fees each time a product is sold unless you are on the Pro plan, which has no transaction fees. Their platform is ideal for those who have limited to no coding experience, but would like a professional and operational online store.
Squarespace is a leader in eCommerce, offering beautiful designs, great customer service, and a robust system at a higher than average transaction cost.
3dcart is a strong provider in the eCommerce world with 7 years of experience, 17,000 customer and 6 core value to focus on. 3dcart is a leading in Innovation, Service, Simplicity, Trust, Happiness, and Prosperity. This company believes in customer security and privacy. They have adopted some of the toughest standards available for online security to ensure that every shop they host is secured and successful.
After eight years of research with three years of developing, two brothers finally released Shopping Cart Elite for e-commerce shop owners online. With 13 years of experience in e-commerce, Shopping Cart Elite makes a strong effort to optimize and automate everything you need to make your shop successful.
Whether you sell online, on social media, in-store, or out of the trunk of your car, Shopify has you covered. Selling your products in many places should be every bit as simple as selling in one. With Shopify’s e-commerce software, you get one unified platform to run your business with ease. When we say it’s never been easier to start a business, we mean it. Shopify handles everything from marketing and payments, to secure checkout and shipping. Now you can focus on the things you love.
Etsy was originally launched in 2005 by a small company known as iospace. The name of the platform was carefully picked because the executives wanted a "nonsense word that could be built into a brand from scratch." Etsy garnered attention within its first year due to the added tools and functionality that allowed business owners to see improved traffic and exposure. After seeing tremendous growth and rapid revenue and sales increases, Etsy finally went public in April of 2015. Today, Etsy is valued at $1.8 billion. Etsy is designed to help both sellers and buyers, allowing business owners to connect with their niche markets.
PrestaShop was originally a student project that started in 2005 at an IT School in Paris, France. The software came from humble beginnings and only operated in English and French when it was first launched. PrestaShop saw real grown from 2010-2012 and continued to expand upon its global efforts. In addition to providing shopping cart services, the company also launched PrestaShop cloud in 2015 which is also free or charge.
Jimdo was founded in 2007 as a web hosting service and operated out of Hamburg, Germany. They launched their "shopping cart" service in 2010 to facilitate electronic commerce activity. In 2015, it was reported that Jimdo had facilitated in the creation of over 15 million websites. Shortly after that, Spectrum Equity invested in Jimdo and purchased a large percentage of their shares.
OpenCart was publicly released in 1999 to little fanfare. Due to their poor performance, the project was suspended for a time before officially being revived in 2009 on Google Code. OpenCart is one of the leading e-commerce platforms in China and continues to produce on a high level globally. In 2014, OpenCart saw another revamp of their interface which was accepted by sellers as an improvement. OpenCart is PHP based using a MySQL database and HTML.