Hello Web-Savy ATSers.
I find myself in a quandary. I really could use some expert advice, and found this forum.
I have a small home based business, making hand made natural products. Goats Milk Soap, and Shea Butter are the backbone of my line. I did purchase a
domain, and have it *parked* awaiting the next phase.
I live in a very rural area in the Mountains of N. Ga. U.S.A. Yep, me and my goats
It's over an hours drive to civilization, and web design is a foreign language up here. I need help.
Here is my site. www.spacreationsbybritt.com...
I have my company identity established through sales. Meaning, product continuity, reputation, right down to labeling and packaging. I don't want
to change any of that. My clients like it all.
But now it's time to take the next step. Too many clients are asking to be able to buy my products online. I need to take this step, as I spend way
too much time on phone orders as it is.
What do you recommend for shopping carts. I prefer to only use Paypal, as they handle all the credit card orders.
I do have a MC and Visa merchant account, but would rather simplify with Paypal only.
Also, what is the most user friendly format for customers. I'm at a loss, any input is greatly appreciated.
ETA: I don't have a store, I work out of my home. I've built my business by doing Craft Fairs, and word of mouth. Repeat customers are my main
income. I've turned down several retail health supplement stores, as my pricing is too reasonable to factor in their wholesale pricing requests. Guess
that's why I have happy clients.
Should the wild card aspect of online shopping, be of any concern?
edit on 21-12-2011 by Destinyone because: (no reason given)