If you’re looking at having a website built or making changes to your existing site, you may find the links below useful.
We can work with any payment provider you require for your ecommerce site, but these are the ones that we recommend.
For smaller online stores (or non-ecommerce sites that just want to sell a couple of products), PayPal is the simplest provider to use. For the simplest plan they offer there are no setup or monthly fees and your customers don’t need a PayPal account to pay online with a credit or debit card.
If your e-payment needs go beyond what PayPal can offer we recommend CardSave as the solution to your needs.
Visitors to your website will see the graphics and photos before they read the text. This makes the images you choose to represent your business very important. While taking pictures of your own business is ideal, it’s often not practical to create the pictures you need yourself. You can’t just find the image you want in Google and use it either; that’s copyright infringement. Luckily, there are some good places online where you can go to find quality stock images on the subject of your choice for a reasonable, one-off license fee.
iStockphoto.com probably has the best range of stock images, videos and audio for your website anywhere on the internet. What’s more, if you use the link above or the banner below to visit their site, they will add an extra 10 credits to your first purchase of 26 credits or more.
Another good source of stock images is Fotolia.com. As with iStockphoto, you purchase credits to use on the images you want or a subscription for more regular use. The per-credit price is cheaper at Fotolia, so it’s worth checking both sites for that perfect image to suit your needs.