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How to Choose Your Ecommerce Hosting
By: Joshua Mabilia
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    Table of Contents:
  • How to Choose Your Ecommerce Hosting
  • Ecommerce Hosting...
  • Supplied Ecommerce Hosting...
  • Once your shopping...
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    Ecommerce Hosting - Where to Start

    As briefly touched upon above, ecommerce hosting stands on 3 main pillars, namely display of products, selection and adding them to your virtual cart which then automatically calculates total amount payable, and lastly paying for the items selected for buying.

    Since your website resides on host server, you have to choose an ecommerce hosting that ensures your buyer does not suffer inconvenience while making a purchase. At the same time you may be averse to spending on high-end ecommerce hosting, preferring instead to focus on marketing your website.

    It therefore boils down to either choosing an ecommerce hosting that only supplies necessary amenities so that you can do it on your own (let's call them 'supplied ecommerce hosting'), or go for 'hosted ecommerce' that does it all for you. The principal difference between the two is how much you agree to pay and why.

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