As an owner of a small business or a collection of items that you want to put up for sale, you may want to go online and make your products available to a wider audience. However, setting up a traditional store may turn out to be a difficult task for many inexperienced users. If you are seeking a way to start selling online, take a closer look at C-Shop, an e-commerce tool offering a typical e-commerce feature set wrapped into a dynamic Flash-based interface!
C-Shop is an affordable XML-driven e-commerce product built entirely in Flash. It has everything necessary to start selling online out of the box and features an intuitive interface, flexible configuration options and a PayPal payment processor. The software allows you to manage your inventory through XML using an integrated XML editor, supports an unlimited number of categories/products and does not require any knowledge of ActionScript or Flash. The store can be published directly to a web page, an SWF file or a ZIP file. You can zoom product images, supply products with 2 prices (current and «was»), change the background image and your company logo on the front page, as well as publish ads on your store pages. Deploying your site is also a breeze — a configured store can be uploaded to the destination server via FTP directly from the program interface.
C-Shop is a perfect choice for small businesses looking for a simple e-commerce solution that requires nearly no initial setup and a bare minimum of maintenance.
Make sure to try C-Shop if you are seeking an e-commerce tool combining unparalleled ease of deployment and a price you can afford!
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