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Best Webshop Engine?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by dixonmanor, Jan 28, 2013.

  1. dixonmanor

    dixonmanor Senior member

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    Alright, long story short... I wanted a backpack, it didn't exist, I found a factory to make one for me, but in order for the backpack to not be crazy expensive, I've got to have 36 made (factory minimum). So, I'm gonna end with 35 backpacks, and I'm just wondering if some of the affiliates or anyone else with experience can give me their opinions on the various WebShop Engines out there.

    I'm not a web designer, so I want something relatively simple... I'm looking at Shopify and Volusion, and just wondering if there's anything else out there I should know about.

    Thanks!!!
     


  2. mcbrown

    mcbrown Senior member

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    What about Ebay?
     


  3. dixonmanor

    dixonmanor Senior member

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    Yeah, there's that... I was just hoping for something a little more professional.
     


  4. mcbrown

    mcbrown Senior member

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    If I were you I'd worry more about accessing a wide market, not trying to fool people into thinking you're a "real" business. If you are trying to sell 30,000 bags, then build a real storefront. If you are trying to sell 30, there's very limited upside.
     


  5. Teger

    Teger Senior member

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    big cartel / etsy
     


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