Hi Joe,
I will be putting it out into the wild in a few weeks - just putting the final touches on it now.
Cheers
Adam
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which one is yours Martin? can I see an example? I have a client
looking for one right now... might custom build bits, might not
Joe

On Aug 13, 2008, at 12:05, Adam Martin wrote:

I agree... you get what you pay for. $500 is nothing. I know that I have spent about 500hrs in building my integrated ecomerce solution - but it has been well thought out - it is stds compliant etc etc. I would suggest having a look at shopify if you want a cheap basic but good ecommerce solution


----- Original Message ----- From: "Joseph Ortenzi" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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$500 for a custom job that, done properly, would be a couple of days
work at least for an experienced developer sounds pretty cheap to  me...

That's half my day rate....

Joe


On Aug 13, 2008, at 11:15, Jason Pruim wrote:

On Aug 13, 2008, at 1:34 AM, Lynette Smith wrote:

Have always avoided doing sites that needed a shopping cart but a new client will need one. I would appreciate some advice. Do the free ones (such as ZenCart and OsCommerce) do an adequate job or would I be better off advising my client to go for a paid one. I have a colleague who does custom-designed ones and I would be looking at about a minimum of $500.

The second question is who does what? Once I have the cart (either a downloaded free one or a custom one) and it is uploaded to the website, who inputs the products etc? I imagine the client would need to be shown how to do this? What is the usual procedure?

Thanks.

Hi Lyn,

Don't have much to offer, but just wanted to let you know I looked into a custom cart awhile back for a job that never went through, but the cart was going to cost around $500 by the time it was ready. So while it seems like alot of money, it's probably a decent deal.

Just my 2ยข :)


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