I’m not sure why GoDaddy didn’t offer this option before – but I guess better late than never.
The Go Daddy Group, Inc., parent company of GoDaddy.com, recently announced the launch of Quick Shopping Cartô, an Internet-based store-building tool that assists businesses in reaching a worldwide e-commerce customer base through the development of comprehensive Web storefronts from which to sell products online.
Quick Shopping Cart offers an easy-to-use, seven-step wizard that provides users with quick development of a successful e-commerce storefront; including features such as product promotion options, multiple built-in payment options and integrated shipping services with rate cards for companies such as UPSÆ and the U.S. Postal ServiceÆ.
A comprehensive set of back-end features, such as robust inventory control, order management capabilities, customer and merchant order notifications and comprehensive reporting, enable users to change and update their online store at any time to adjust to the market and reach the largest audience possible.
“Businesses that provide customers the ability to shop online have the opportunity to reach a sizeable market,” says Bob Parsons, president and founder of Go Daddy. “The Census Bureau of the Department of Commerce reported $15.65 billion in e-commerce sales in the second quarter of 2004, with a predicted 49 million U.S. households shopping online. Quick Shopping Cart can help merchants target that growing online shopping market, without adding significantly to their technology budgets.”
Priced to start at $9.95 per month, Quick Shopping Cart is offered through three different tiersóEconomy, Deluxe and Premium. Each is feature rich with detailed product identification, itemized product association for marketing advantages and vivid template capabilitiesóand all are designed to create a positive online experience for both the online shopper and the business. The Quick Shopping Cart application provides everything a business needs to be successful in today’s online selling environment.
“Go Daddy created Quick Shopping Cart to assist our customers in shaping their business to include a direct online connection to their inventory,” said Parsons. “We know first hand the success that comes with providing products and services online. Quick Shopping Cart can assist others in cultivating similar success stories.”
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