Paying for web hosting using PayPal subscriptions

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Using PayPal subscriptions to pay for your web hosting account is a convenient way to activate and fund your web hosting account with sharpwebhosting.com. If you already have a PayPal account you can fund payments from your existing balance a credit or interac card attached to your account. Please be advised if you are using a transfer from your bank account into your PayPal account it can take 5 to 7 days for the funds to clear. This means we can place a domain order on hold for you but not register the domain until the funds have cleared we have been burned by this before. Funding your hosting plan through PayPal also gives you the added control of cancelling any time trough PayPal without having to post a conciliation request through the client area http://www.sharpwebhosting.com/whmcs/clientarea.php although both methods are recommended. You do not need a PayPal account to use the subscription service you can still place orders though your credit card. One of the advantages of using PayPal is the security offered and buyer and seller protection offering an added layer to both parties involved in any on-line transaction. The dispute resolution process is also second to none. With over 110 million active PayPal accounts accepting PayPal is a must for any on-line business so at sharpwebhosting we have no choice but to offer it to our many subscribers.

Choosing a shopping cart for your e-commerce site

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In this post we will address a very common need, choosing the correct shopping cart for your storefront or other online ecommerce needs. We will start our assessment by focusing and a few of the most widely used open source shopping carts Os commerce, Zen cart, and cube cart, all three of these carts can be installed in a few clicks if your host has Fantastico(don’t worry sharpwebhosting.com does). Os commerce is the most widely used of the three, hosting north of 240,000 storefronts and counting, it is simple to use and there are add-ons added daily. Zencart is being developed by storeowners and programmers it is free and very user friendly. Cubecart features unlimited categories and products, multiple payment gateways, and downloadable products. The design is also very easy to modify. There is also industry or niche specific shopping carts, one example would be WHCMS which sharpwebhosting uses they cater only to web hosting companies. The draw back with there is cost. The best thing to do before choosing one of the three, or a customer solution is try them out we would suggest trying out the free versions that can be installed and uninstalled with a few clicks. Another bi consideration is the look and functionality of the shopping cart on a mobile device Tablet cell phone ECT. Remember in the first quarter of 2014 over 51 percent of browsing and purchases’ on on-line store happened on a mobile device. Laptops and desk tops are no longer the dominant device for on-line commerce. Flexibility is also another key issue can the software be customized easily. Things change quickly In this post we will address a very common need, choosing the correct shopping cart for your storefront or other online ecommerce needs. We will start our assessment by focusing and a few of the most widely used open source shopping carts Os commerce, Zen cart, and cube cart, all three of these carts can be installed in a few clicks if your host has Fantastico(don’t worry sharpwebhosting.com does). Os commerce is the most widely used of the three, hosting north of 240,000 storefronts and counting, it is simple to use and there are add-ons added daily. Zencart is being developed by storeowners and programmers it is free and very user friendly. Cubecart features unlimited categories and products, multiple payment gateways, and downloadable products. The design is also very easy to modify. There is also industry or niche specific shopping carts, one example would be WHCMS whish sharpwebhosting uses they cater only to web hosting companies. The draw back with there is cost. The best thing to do before choosing one of the three, or a customer solution is try them out we would suggest trying out the free versions that can be installed and uninstalled with a few clicks. Another bi consideration is the look and functionality of the shopping cart on a mobile device Tablet cell phone ECT. Remember in the first quarter of 2014 over 51 percent of browsing and purchases’ on on-line store happened on a mobile device. Laptops and desk tops are no longer the dominant device for on-line commerce. Flexibility is also another key issue can the software be customized easily. Things change quickly on line who would of thought just 5 years ago over half of on-line transaction would happen though mobile devices. In conclusion you should plan out what your needs objective and goals are for your eCommerce experience then through several trial choose the shopping cart software best suited to your website and customers. who would of thought just 5 years ago over half of on-line transaction would happen though mobile devices. In conclusion you should plan out what your needs objective and goals are for your eCommerce experience then through several trial choose the shopping cart software best suited to your website and customers.
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