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Shopping Carts


Norma Allen

Shopping Carts

I’ve had some experience with a few different shopping carts and can answer questions about:

Ecwid (aff. link), which is a cart that allows buyers to add hard copies and/or downloadable items to their cart. You build your shop at Ecwid and put it on your site(s) with a bit of code. There is a free option and monthly fee, depending upon how many products your have. I use it at Nallenart.

Ejunkie works well, but it’s been a few years since I used it.

I’ve also used WooCommerce for WordPress – easy and free, but you need to buy addons to integrate autoresponders, etc.

I’ve had some success selling products through JVZoo as a product creator and as an affiliate, but haven’t really used Clickbank.

I just bought ThriveCart (one time fee), which does a great job on sales funnels, does recurring billing by integrating with membership sites, works with autoresponders, and has a built in affiliate program for your products. I am gradually switching everything over to ThriveCart. It doesn’t allow buyers to add multiple items to a shopping cart, though.

I second Sean’s recommendation about Chris Lema. His membership site review is awesome! He really covers everything and is very knowledgeable.

Norma Esler

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