It’s crazy enough having to look through so many different ecommerce solution providers just to pick one that you hope will be able to meet the needs and demands of your online business – if you’re starting one that is. If you don’t really have the time to get everything together (like who does these days?) unless you have loads of time to spend doing plenty of research, then it’s highly recommended that you pick a hosted shopping cart software that comes with all the tools and features which you will need.
Looking at a Pinnacle Cart review recently, I think there were a few more stuff that the reviewer could have added when it comes to this particular ecommerce software. There were a few advantages that could be clearly seen when it comes to using Pinnacle Cart.
One would be that the shopping cart software is easy enough for anyone without technical knowledge to set up. Lots of people out there will own a desktop, laptop or tablet so it should be easy enough to set up an online store without the need to go for a crash course. Hence, new users don’t need any programming knowledge.
Secondly, this shopping cart software is available as a hosted solution (most folks will choose this option) as well as a stand alone option (you’ll have to get your own hosting plan if you pick this option). So for businesses that require customization and special requirements, they have the option to pick the latter while still being able to enjoy the same powerful features that comes with the software.
Completely integrated with major shopping companies such as Amazon, eBay, Yahoo Stores, GoShopping and NextTag. And since everyone is on Facebook, the software is also integrated with Facebook allowing merchants to sell on the popular social network.
Merchants and sellers will also be able to reach more smart phone and tablet users as the ecommerce solution offers their clients a feature to have a mobile store. While the company offers sellers unlimited products to sell on their stores, there is a limitation on the disk space and traffic.
The only thing that took me by surprise was the $49 setup fee (if you’re planning on taking the cheaper plans). Other than that, if you’re really serious about doing business online, then a one time setup fee shouldn’t be much to think about. To know more about the review, click here http://www.thinkecommerce.net/pinnacle-cart-review