3 Steps to Launching Your Online Store

3 Steps to Launching Your Online Store

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Contrary to what you may think or have experienced with other companies, starting an online store can be as simple as three easy steps with Lightspeed. Lightspeed’s eCom has marketing tools that will help you increase online visibility to inventory management tools that ensure you always have the right stock. Don’t forget about Lightspeed’s secure unlimited bandwidth and fast response time templates designed for your retail shop in mind. Don’t wait, get started with these 3 easy steps:

 

  1. Choose a fully customizable theme to show off your products and to entice visitors to buy. Each theme allows you to create a logical navigation system and a superior user experience with drop down menus, check box filters and price ranges. You can also upload and display as many images as you would like of each product to show off every angle.
  2. Import your inventory quickly and easily. Configure your products with any variation, additional custom fields, cost and current inventory levels. Product filters further facilitate searches within your online store. You can have your inventory fully uploaded and ready to sell in 30 minutes with the help of extensive import and export tools that allow you to easily modify thousands of products and photos in minutes.
  3. Integrate shipping and delivery. One easy integration will connect you to all the major carriers in the world. One click shipping labels ensure products get to your customers faster. Customers will receive automated emails to track their packages.

 

Whether you are opening your first store, expanding your brick and mortar store to online, or are just wanting to upgrade to a better system Lightspeed eCommerce is here to take your business to the next level.  Get up and running in 3 easy steps. Get started with Lightspeed’s eCommerce platform by contacting a SilverEdge Account Executive now!

 

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