Nov 10
Seven E-Commerce Platforms AU Entrepreneurs Can Use To Take Their Business Online

Seven E-Commerce Platforms AU Entrepreneurs Can Use To Take Their Business Online

Who isn’t taking their business online these days? We all know just how big a role social media and e-commerce sites play in leveling the playing field and helping SME’s grow. Done right, a well-written post can reach thousands of people in just a matter of seconds.

Conversely, you can have low sales even if you have great products or services. This can sometimes be because of low engagement or the sheer lack of exposure. Sometimes, it can also be about WHERE you post content about the product or service.

Fortunately, there are many e-commerce platforms in Australia that cater to such needs. If you’re planning to open an online store and are still weighing your alternatives, read on.

Here are seven of the best e-commerce sites that feature full functionality and integration with social platforms, shopping carts, among others:

WooCommerce

WooCommerce

If you have an online store, WooCommerce is ideal for you. It’s considered to be one of the most popular and used e-commerce in the world, and for a good reason.

This free plugin can be installed directly on your WordPress website, allowing you to start selling your products with ease. There’s also no need to build a separate channel since you can already use your existing WP domain. Furthermore, it also allows you to build checkout pages, carts, secure payment terminals, and tax calculation features!

Shopify

Shopify

For those who are new to the e-commerce game, look no further than Shopify. It’s one of the first companies that come to mind when we talk about online selling, and it’s one of the most widely-used in the industry.

With Shopify, you can choose a domain name, adjust your SEO, select a professionally-designed template, and list your products simply and quickly. You can also accept payments via PayPal, MasterCard, and BitCoin. How cool is that?

Wix

Wix

Of course, Wix will always be an option if we’re talking about online selling platforms. It is considered the easiest interface to learn and build out of all the options on this list. Its drag and drop options allow merchants to access more than 100 templates that you can customise to your liking.

Wix is also quite simple to use. Next thing you’ll know, you’ll be a pro at adjusting product galleries, button placements, and logos. And yes, this platform also provides multiple payment options.

Weebly

Weebly

Brick and mortar stores are adapting to the changing times by bringing their products online. If you’re looking to do the same, you can start with Weebly.

This platform is an awesome option for Australians since Suare did some serious upgrading after acquiring it. As a result, users can now create an online shopping experience that’s great for both physical and digital products.

Magento

Magento

As an entrepreneur, it’s normal to want as much control as possible over your operations. And when it comes to online selling, Magento gives you exactly that.

It’s an open source platform that gives store owners the freedom to scale their stores as much (or as little) as they want. It also doesn’t charge transaction fees, making it a great option for high volume sales and transactions.

SquareSpace

SquareSpace

You can never go wrong with classic and minimal themes. SquareSpace is an ecommerce platform that’s perfect for entrepreneurs looking for the same.

SquareSpace is also considered a one-stop-shop for Australians who are planning to create their first-ever online store. Aside from its classy templates, it also has a beautiful interface with many useful tools such as unlimited product listing, automatic inventory management, and even a shipping calculator. 00

BigCommerce

BigCommerce

Looking to scale your online business? Look no further than BigCommerce. Toyota, Kodak, and Gibson use this e-commerce site to sell and promote their products, so you would be in good company.

This platform is especially suitable for merchants that sell apparel, health/beauty products, and manufacturing supplies. It’s also got an open SaaS platform, which means you can connect to more than 400 APIs for enterprise integrations that can bring more traffic to your page.

 

E-commerce is definitely here to stay. If you want your business to survive (and to thrive), you need to establish an online presence AND an online store.

Fortunately, Remote Staff has been assisting AU entrepreneurs like you for the last 14 years and counting with the help of our remote workers from the Philippines. Whether you need a web developer to set up your e-commerce site or a talented content writer to create your product descriptions, we’ve got you covered.

Call us today or schedule a call back and help us help you.

 

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