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Although small businesses have had ample opportunity to tap a wealth of available
resources designed to help them sell their products and services online, many are still
sitting on the sidelines when it comes to e-commerce,
according to a report released Tuesday by IDC.
The Framingham, Massachusetts-based research firm said that of the 5 million small
business that were online by the end of last year, 725,000 were actively selling
via the Web, even through a far greater number had planned to do so.
Try ezimerchant Professional. You can download the app for free from www.ezimerchant.com to try.
So what are some of those 50 companies that help small businesses with e-commerce solutions?
I am shopping for a good e-commerce site developer...
To the person who was asking about storefront services...
Try Yahoo (in their small business section)
Joan, you need not limit yourself to within the USA for small business solution providers for ecommerce - little old NZ is a global test bed and has extremely innovative and capable ecommerce solution providers who also appreciate global cultural issues. So check out NZ as well.
I recently read a press release about a service called MerchantAmerica.com, which gives you an easy-to-set-up basic web page. The company has a demo on their web site. I think the total price for the service, with a merchant account is only about twenty bucks, so it sounds like a deal.