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Ecwid is a shopping cart that allow you to create store and embed into your website; it doesn't require any software installation and your website des... Learn More
No Transaction Fee
Live Chat Support
Store Setup Consulting
30 Payment Options
Real Time Shipping Rates
Facebook Store App
Social Commerce Sharing
Content Delivery Network
for Product Options
Google Shopping Feed
Very High Traffic : 45GB
$175 Advertising Credits from : Yahoo, amazon, Bing
Sell more tools: Autoresponder / Group Deals / 3dFeedback / Daily Deals / Make An Offer / LiveChat Plugin / Enhanced Statistics / Quickbooks Plugin / 3dROI Tracking / Email Marketing / Unlimited Staff Logins
After using Ecwid for over 6 months, I can not recommend this product for someone who is serious about eCommerce and has a large product base and potentially will be doing drop shipping or need to ship from different source locations. There are some serious features missing in Ecwid that, had I known they were missing, I would have not chosen their option. What drew me towards their option was what appeared to be ease of use and that I could integrate my shopping cart with my current web design and hosting choices. But, I would again sacrifice that flexibility if I knew that simple import and exporting of products and categories would be so difficult and limited, that I could not do things like alter an invoice after an order is placed (which is a real problem for many people - that is really basic feature in my opinion) and have the option to create multiple shipping sources which is also missing for Ecwid. Also, while their team seems to be good at responding to questions, regarding development of their product, it seems they are stuck and in a holding pattern. Meaning, no new updates have happened as far as I can tell and in the back end of things current customers have been asking and voting on certain feature FOR YEARS that have still NOT been implemented even though the Ecwid team shows the status of the feature as being "In Progress". So, I again wish I could turn back the clock as I am stuck with this shopping cart for the time being unless I go through a whole lot of work to start all over again from scratch. If I were to do it all over again, for my needs, I would choose 3dcart as their system is way more sophisticated and has a lot more capability than Ecwid. Honestly, Ecwid MIGHT be a good option for a small store without a lot of product variations and categories, ships from one location, and will never need to alter an order once it is placed. Hope this helps for anyone out there searching for a shopping cart solution.
Friday 11 April 2014
To put it simply, Ecwid is one heck of a nice product. For this review, it integrated seamlessly with my test website and set up was generally pretty easy. I think it fits the bill quite nicely for users who want an easy to use store without having to redo all the work they’ve already done to create their websites. With Ecwid, adding a store is simply easy.More about Ecwid
Wednesday 26 February 2014
3dcart offers all the tools you need to sell your products online. Whether you are just starting out as a new business owner or if you are a seasoned veteran doesn’t matter, they will have something for everyone. What makes it great is the fact that the solution is easy enough for everyone to be able to use it from the get-go, and still offering more advanced options for those who wan to implement their own code. I recommend that you simply sign up for the 15-day free trial and test it out yourself.More about 3dCart
Thursday 10 July 2014
Having now spent the week with 3dcart, I should have a good idea what type of person would take to it’s endless array of features. The only true standout feature I experienced was the technical support. 3dcart includes a reporting feature, page full ofSEO tools, and even a lightweight CRM. But none of them are particularly well executed. Given that 3dcart has been around for 15 years, and reminds me of Microsoft Office. I picture both products starting out with a small set of critical features that are easily accessible. But with each version, comes more complexity and advanced features. Over time, the product becomes less accessible and caters to a smaller niche of customers.More about 3dCart
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