3 June, 2011, 05:49 AM
E-Commerce Ancient Artifact Web-site Available For Sale
Hi. I have a starter e-commerce website up for sale.
SITE NAME: Ancient Artifacts To Buy
SITE URL: Buy Ancient Artifacts
The site promotes eBay listings via eBay's affiliate program (the eBay Partner Network) and commissions are paid by eBay for any traffic and sales the website drives to the eBay site. The eBay listings are updated automatically via the eBay RSS feed, with the site mostly running on auto-pilot.
The website uses a modified version of the open-source McJiffy eBay Partner Network ecommerce script.
The website is themeable and customizable. The website buyer can add their own customized pages to the website, and set the home-page to show a custom page or another auction page. The admin interface is fairly simple, and mostly just involves modifying a file.
Instructions are provided for customizing and setting up the site, along with all the other information the website owner needs to know.
I've done some basic promotion with this site, but it is not yet receiving any significant revenue or traffic. It also does not yet have any Pagerank. It should pick up both revenue and traffic eventually, though.
Bear in mind with this website that you will need an eBay Partner Network account ( https://www.ebaypartnernetwork.com/ ) and also an eBay Developer account ( https://developer.ebay.com/ ).
Payment via Paypal.
To purchase the website, go to the website and just use the site's contact form to message me about purchasing the website. The site's contact page is also listed below.
CONTACT: Contact Form | Ancient Artifacts To Buy
If you'd like to confirm that I'm the owner of the site, then just use the website's contact page to send me a message and I will reply to establish that I own the site.
The domain is registered at Godaddy.com and can be changed over to the buyer's Godaddy account for free.
Installation of the site is not difficult, however I can install the website for the new owner if necessary. The buyer will need to have their own Unix or Linux based web-host account, which should support general features such as cURL and htaccess.
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