8 June, 2011, 02:26 AM
Barware E-Commerce Site Available For Sale
Hi. I have a starter e-commerce website for sale.
WEBSITE NAME: Barware To Buy
WEBSITE URL: Buy Barware
The site advertises eBay listings via eBay's affiliate program (the eBay Partner Network) and commissions are paid by eBay for any sales the site drives to eBay's website. The auction listings update automatically via the eBay RSS feed, with the website mostly running on auto pilot.
The site uses a customized version of the open source McJiffy EPN ecommerce script.
The website is theme-able and customizable. The website buyer can add their own customized pages to the site, and set the main page to show a custom page or a different auction page. The admin interface is fairly basic, and primarily just involves editing a text file.
Instructions are supplied for setting up and customizing the site, along with all the other information the site owner will need to know.
I've done some basic backlink building with this website, but it is not yet receiving any significant traffic or revenue. It also does not yet have Pagerank. It should pick up both revenue and traffic eventually, though.
Bear in mind with this website that you will require an eBay Partner Network account ( https://www.ebaypartnernetwork.com/ ) plus an eBay Developer account ( https://developer.ebay.com/ ).
Payment to be made via Paypal.
To purchase the website, go to the website and use the website's contact page to get in touch with me about buying the website. The site's contact page is also linked below.
CONTACT: Contact Form | Barware To Buy
If you'd like to verify that I am the owner of the website, then use the site's contact form to send me a message and I will message you back to verify that I'm the owner.
The domain is registered at Godaddy.com and can be changed over to the new owner's Godaddy account for free.
Installation of the site is not difficult, however I can install the site for the new owner if necessary. The buyer will need to have their own Unix or Linux based web host account, which should support standard features such as cURL and htaccess.
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