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Experience the advantages of 18+ years of expertise in e-commerce. Get ready to take your online presence to the next level! I specialise in crafting custom e-commerce websites and mobile apps, designed specifically for businesses seeking to establish themselves online.
Not only do I build your online solutions from the ground up, but I also double as your eCommerce business coach, equipping you with the skills and knowledge to take charge of the backend and run your own successful e-commerce business.
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As a web developer, one of my core beliefs is that I should provide each of my customers with a service that is both thorough and all-encompassing. We offer a full e-commerce website service, including building, design, hosting and maintenance, to ease our clients' worries and allow them to focus on running their business.

In order to provide even more assistance to my customers, I provide personal coaching on how to use shopping carts and process orders.I am a firm believer in giving my customers the knowledge and tools they need to be successful in online business. If you need a trustworthy and expert web developer for your e-commerce business, just give me a shout, I'd be happy to help.

The following is a list of the different types of websites that we are capable of developing on the internet and that have the potential to produce income through the sale of products, services, or information:

1. Websites that do electronic commerce, which is also called "e-commerce store" sell physical or digital goods directly to end users.
The online marketplaces Amazon, eBay, and Etsy are examples.

2. Sites that use a subscription model charge customers a fee every month to access content or services hosted on the website. Netflix and Spotify are two examples of streaming services.

3. Online marketplaces are websites where third-party sellers can show off their goods and services and then sell them to end users. Airbnb and Uber are two good examples of this.

4. Sites that charge for access to information or expertise usually give users the choice of making a one-time purchase or subscribing to the site's services. Examples of this are websites that offer online courses and consulting services.

5. Redesigning or rebuild-ecommerce-site can improve appearance, function, conversion rates and increase your website's ranking.

6. Websites that request visitors' personal information then sell that information to businesses that want to market to those visitors generate leads. Some examples include websites that offer home services, collect user information, and then sell that information to contractors.

7. Affiliate websites is a way for websites to make money by advertising the goods and services of third parties and getting a cut of any sales that come directly from their marketing.

8. Dating sites: These sites charge people to use their platform and help them find matches. OkCupid and Match.com are two examples.

9. Deal websites: These websites offer discounts on goods or services and make money by charging commissions or renting out advertising space. LivingSocial and Groupon are two examples.

10. Online booking platforms: These websites let customers make reservations and pay for services including travel, lodging, and events. Expedia and Ticketmaster are two examples.

11. Websites offering professional services: These websites charge visitors for access to their services, which may include legal counsel, financial consulting, or therapy

12. Websites for the "gig economy": These sites connect freelancers or independent contractors with people who need their services, examples are TaskRabbit and Upwork.
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