Ecommerce Website Design

Ecommerce Website Design

Real-world E-commerce Prices from BuyerZone Buyers

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There are two main components to e-commerce pricing: initial development and ongoing hosting. Make sure you know the total costs before choosing a developer. To help you get an understanding of what price ranges you can expect to receive, we surveyed recent BuyerZone users and collected their responses below.

One main differentiator between a basic e-commerce site and one that needs a more robust system in place is the number of different stock-keeping units (SKUs) being sold. Stores with over 100 different products move into a slightly higher price range, as you'll see below. Also, you'll pay more for e-commerce shopping carts, which let visitors collect several items before checking out, than for direct purchasing sites that only conduct single item transactions.

Almost all basic e-commerce web sites support basic functions like secure transaction handling, order tracking, email invoicing, and sales tax calculations. Extra features like inventory management, catalog searches, multiple product options (color, size, etc), and integration with other systems will increase your total costs.

E-commerce sites with fewer than 100 products

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E-commerce sites with more than 100 products

Most of these sites include advanced features like catalog searches, inventory management, and tools for bulk uploading of products.

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Want more information on choosing an ecommerce provider? Read our Ecommerce Buyer's Guide.

Information was provided by BuyerZone users. Quotes have been edited for clarity only.

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