eCommerce: Choose Your Platform
eCommerce is the process of buying and selling of goods or services online – and essential for many small businesses and is here to stay. Whether you want to be an online-only business or you want your business to be more resilient through difficult times, making sure your business can be found and your products/services sold on the Web is imperative.
Learn about the best eCommerce platforms available to small businesses. We’ll cover the criteria you should look at for choosing an eCommerce platform for your business and the selection available to you.
This course will provide an intro to eCommerce, comparing popular consumer platforms to help you decide what is best for you including: Shopify, Etsy, and WooCommerce.
This class is roughly 1.5 hours long followed by a question and answer period to help address YOUR specific needs. So have your questions ready and enjoy some expert one-on-one time!
Taught by SBDC Business Advisor Molly O’Kane.
Molly is passionate about matching the right online marketing strategies with entrepreneurs, no matter how tech-savvy businesses feel. In the past three years, she has assisted businesses in adding over $1 million dollars of additional revenue. The businesses she has worked with have grown between 10-500%.
As a mother of two, Molly loves to cook, travel and explore. Her past speaking engagements, including SF Small Business Week, Small Business Administration, Renaissance Entrepreneurial Center, and Urban Solutions.
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