Affordable eCommerce Website Design

Sell Online From Anywhere To Anywhere

eCommerce Overview

If you’re small business that sells online, my affordable eCommerce website design services can help increase sales and maximize efficiency.

Consumers demand the very best in design, simplicity and security when they’re shopping online. Do-it-yourself, cookie-cutter eCommerce websites will never be as effective as a well-thought-out and professionally designed eCommerce website.

In fact, there’s a lot more to building an eCommerce website than you might think, which is a good reason to hire a professional.

I’ll work with you to provide all the tools you need to succeed online.

Cheap eCommerce Website Design

eCommerce Package & Pricing Outline

eCommerce WordPress Package

$897
  • $897 Now OR 2 Payments Of $497 (Total $994)
  • Custom, Mobile Friendly Design
  • Built On WordPress With WooCommerce
  • NO Hidden Fees or Profit Sharing
  • Sell Unlimited Products
  • Full Control Inventory Management
  • Built In Tax Calculators
  • Multiple Shipping Gateways Available
  • Multiple Payment Gateways Available Including PayPal
  • Security, Caching, & Backup Tools
  • FREE After Sale Support + 30 Days Complimentary Maintenance

My eCommerce WordPress Package is built to provide you with all the tools needed to start selling online. You can order the package as-is or customize it by adding optional, premium features to extend it’s functionality. Please review all of the toggles below to learn what is included in this package.

What’s Included: (click to expand)

Save $97 By Paying The Full $897 Right Now!

Prefer to make two payments? Pay $497 now and $497 later. The initial payment will get your project started and once your project is complete, the second and final payment would be due.

I’ll come up with a custom, mobile friendly design based your preferences and industry trends. Best of all, I offer unlimited revisions on the design until you’re completely satisfied.

Your new website will work on all devices including desktop computers, laptops, smartphones, and tablets.

Get the functionality and simplicity of a WordPress website, combined with WooCommerce for a powerful eCommerce solution.

WordPress + WooCommerce

No Hidden FeesUnlike some eCommerce providers, I never charge hidden fees or engage in profit sharing. Your customers will pay you directly through your preferred merchant account, so your money is YOURS!

You will need website hosting, a domain, and a SSL certificate to properly run and secure the website, all of which have their own associated costs.

*If you’re accepting online payments (such as PayPal), your merchant account provider will likely charge you a small fee per transaction. This fee is usually about 2.9% + $.30 per transaction, but will vary based on your merchant account provider and your agreement with them. Payment processing fees are a world-wide standard and there is no way to avoid them if you wish to accept online payments.

Whether you have a couple products or thousands of products, there’s no limit to how many you can list. You can list tangible/intangible and digital products, along with products that have external affiliate links. Products can be easily added through the website’s administration area or via a properly formatted .csv file for bulk imports.

Unlimited Products

Take full control of your inventory whether you have one or thousands of products. Automatic email notifications can let you know when stock is running low.

Inventory Management Example

Don’t need Inventory Management? You can disable it all together.

Built in tax calculators will allow you to easily calculate and collect tax for customer orders, based on set criteria. You’ll be able to have multiple tax zones that can be triggered down to the zip code.

So for example; let’s say you are required to collect both state sales tax and local sales tax. You can setup tax zones/rules that will charge both tax rates to orders shipped within those specified zones. You’ll also have the option to charge sales tax on shipping costs, as many states require this.

Sound too complicated? Just tell me which taxes you need to collect and I’ll set them up for you!

If you’re selling tangible/physical products, you’ll want a way to calculate shipping costs. WooCommerce has 3 standard shipping options that are included and can be customized to fit your business needs.

Shipping Options Included In Base Price:
– Flat Rate (charge one, flat rate regardless of order size or total)
– Table Rate (example; orders totaling $0 to $100 cost $6.95 to ship, orders totaling $101 to $500 cost $12.95 to ship)
– Free Shipping (on all orders, or on minimum order total)

Optional Premium Gateways:
These Premium Gateways connect to your shipping partner through API to provide live, up-to-date pricing based on order size and weight.

United States Postal Service +$100.00
United Parcel Service +$100.00
Federal Express +$100.00
Canada Post +$100.00

Other free and premium shipping gateways may be available. If you need something that’s not listed, please contact me.

Don’t need Shipping Calculators? (for example; if you’re selling digital products) You can disable this feature all together.

WooCommerce comes bundled with PayPal Standard, Checks/Money Orders and Bank/Wire Transfer for accepting payments. Other custom gateways can be integrated for an additional cost.

Payment Options Included In Base Price:
– PayPal Standard (accept credit cards and payments on PayPal website)
– Bank/Wire Transfer (also known as bacs)
– Checks/Money Orders (old school)

Available For No Additional Cost (may change at any time)
Stripe
Square
Amazon Pay

Optional Premium Gateways
These Premium Gateways connect to your merchant through API to provide direct, on-website credit card payments.

PayPal Pro +$100.00
Authorize.net +$100.00
2Checkout +$100.00
Chase +$250.00

Keep your site running smoothly with premium tools for security, caching, and backups.

Keep your site safe from hackers! Brute force attacks and malicious bots are no match for Defender’s mighty WordPress security shields and cloaking technology. Defender’s regular security scans, vulnerability reports, audit logs, 2-factor authentication, safety recommendations, blacklist monitoring, IP lockout device, simple security tweaks, core, plugin and theme code checker and login masking are too much for even the most wily villain.

Hummingbird is queen of WordPress optimization and she’s here to zip through your site and find all new ways to make it load at record speed. Automate optimization with the Hummingbird utility belt packed with file compression, asset optimization, a complete caching suite, Cloudflare integration and performance monitoring that really gets your site flying!

Introducing Snapshot, the smart, automated, ready on-demand time-traveler. You can snap and securely store all of your WordPress backups in a private cloud vault. The backup protection you need with simple one-click restoration. Snapshot’s got your back…every time.

I’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have about your new website. I’ll also assist you with general website updates and maintenance for a period of 30 days after your project is completed.

You can also rehire me to make updates, perform maintenance, and make changes for a reasonable fee after the 30 day period.

Looking for a custom eCommerce solution? Please contact me for a free quote.

Things To Know About eCommerce

When you run any kind of website, especially eCommerce, the security of your guests is paramount.

It’s necessary to keep all software up-to-date and fix vulnerabilities and problems as soon as they’re spotted.

If you’ll be accepting credit cards directly on your website, you’ll need a PCI Compliant hosting solution. If you’re not sure what PCI Compliance is, you should stop here and learn about the responsibilities of accepting credit cards online.

You can avoid PCI Compliance by accepting credit cards through a third-party gateway such as PayPal Standard, 2Checkout or Authorize.net DPM.

Keep Your eCommerce Guests Safe

eCommerce FAQs

WooCommerce is a shopping cart plugin that will turn any WordPress website into an eCommerce powerhouse. It’s used by some of today’s top, most trusted brands and retailers like Weber, Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, and Airstream.

Best of all, it’s 100% open source and free to use, so there’s no monthly subscription fees like other eCommerce service providers.

There are two ways of accepting credit cards. The easiest and cheapest way is to use a “third-party gateway” like PayPal. A third-party gateway will transfer your customers away from your website for them to make a credit card payment. Once the payment processing is complete, they will be returned to your website.

The other way is to use a traditional “merchant gateway” like PayPal Pro or Authorize.net. A merchant gateway will allow you to accept/process credit cards directly on your website without your customers ever leaving your website. Processing credit cards this way requires you to be PCI Compliant.

Plain ol’ PayPal is the standard payment processor that you probably know. It’s a free “third-party gateway” that will allow you to accept standard PayPal payments and credit card payments away from your website. PayPal Pro is an actual “merchant gateway” that costs about $30/month and allows you to directly accept/process credit cards right on your website.
When you accept credit cards, you will always be charged a processing (or transaction) fee. The fee will vary based on your merchant account provider and your agreement with them. The average is about 2.9% + $0.30 per transaction. Depending on your merchant account provider, you may also be charged a monthly fee to utilize their processing services. Credit card processing fees are a world-wide standard and there is no way to avoid them if you wish to accept credit cards.
You’ll be able to manually add products to the site through the website’s administration area. You’ll be able to enter the product title, description, image, price, and other various product values. Once you save the product, it will be live on your site. You can also import products via a properly formatted .csv file.

In most cases, yes. There is an additional cost to transfer products to your new website. You can request a quote letting me know which eCommerce platform you currently use, along with how many products you currently have.

Yes! Even if you are not accepting credit cards, you will need an SSL Certificate to protect yourself and your customers. I offer FREE SSL certificates to my hosting clients, however I highly recommend upgrading to a premium SSL certificate (starting at $65/year). Premium SSL certificates offer added benefits like $10,000.00+ warranties, static and dynamic site seals, and more.

I’m always happy to help answer questions about my services. Feel free to contact me or call 814-577-3659 during my normal hours for any assistance.

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