Selling Your Products Online (aka E-Commerce)

Like most things online, there’s a million and one ways to get things done. One area we’ve been working with a few different clients in is e-commerce/online shopping/selling your widgets or whatever else you want to call having the ability to sell your stuff online.

We’ve been working with a great Canadian company called Shopify to handle shopping sites for our clients. Shopify is based in Ottawa and is the classic internet application story where they built the site to scratch their own itch – their own online store is what they built first and then resold the services they had built from their experience.

We will be launching a couple of client store websites shortly, but we’d encourage you to check out Shopify’s brochure page or jump in and sign up for a Shopify account directly and get in touch with us if you’d like to work together on setting up your own online store.

Update:

One of our client stores just went live.

Pur Natural Home Fashions offers a variety of products from bamboo rayon towels to organic cotton bedspreads and comforter sets – all managed with their own Shopify store management system.

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