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Description

If you’re planning to start an online business/store but don’t know from where you should start. Then you’re in the right place.

I can develop any kind of business website like One-page shop, Individual and Multi-vendor marketplace.

➥ What’s included in this service:

  • WordPress install and Woocommerce setup
  • Responsive and mobile-friendly
  • Payment – Stripe, Credit Card, PayPal, AMEX, Cryptocurrency, more
  • Shipping Method & Order tracking UPS, FedEx, DHL and others
  • Individual, Grouped, variable Product
  • Affiliate Product – eBay, Amazon any others
  • Downloadable Product (Ebook, Paid guide)
  • Cupon, Conditonal offer
  • Multiple currencies, Multilingual store more than 100 languages
  • Social media and pixel integration
  • Wishlist, Cart, Variation
  • Customer Rating, Review, Questionnaire
  • Secure checkout
  • Contact page with Google Map
  • Live Chat
  • Subscription Popup

➥ Why you should purchase my service:

  • Top-level experience
  • Over 5 years experienced
  • Fast delivery
  • Free support until satisfy

My goal: Providing fast & high-quality work & achieving customer satisfaction. Price is negotiable according to your requirements. Click on the [Let’s Talk] Button or send me an email. I will reply in a couple of minutes.

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Basic, Standard, Premium

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FAQs

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Yes, I can. In the service section, you will get a different service about WordPress security/protection.

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Yes, of course. I can fix wordpress errors, bugs, and other technical errors. In the service section, you will get service about technical error issues and bug fixing.
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Yes, I can migrate products from several platforms to WordPress all products including orders and customers. The migration price depends on how many products, orders, customers will be migrated.

See below the supported platforms:-

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Yes, I can setup. Customers can sign up with the preferable option Mobile or E-mail or both fields.

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Yes, I do provide. The price will depend on the subscription and package. Domain and hosting purchases will be added as extra services.
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Yes, I do provide. I can translate your webpage/full website into more than 100 languages.

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If you can’t understand the basic and primary setups. In that case, I will guide you to understand all the necessary things.

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Price is negotiable according to your requirements. Send me a message or click on the [LET’S TALK] button I will reply in a short moment.
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Login access of WordPress or hosting/cPanel any of them that you prefer.

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I always prefer WordPress (Wooommerce)

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E-Commerce Development

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Once you have deposited funds, the contract starts and your freelancer can begin the project. All transactions will take place in USD.

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