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Easily PutACart on Popular Social Websites and Blogs

If you have a blog, Website or Web 2.0 application and want to add an online shopping cart to sell any type of product, you should take a look at PutACart. The company promises that you “can have products online in less then 3 minutes and can manage products and orders just as easily”. It even works on social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace, and Squidoo.

What makes PutACart especially interesting is that it “allows content on its customer’s blogs and social sites to come first, and then adding in products to sell only as they fit the content”. For example, say you have a post on your personal blog, Facebook page or other social networking site about fishing. If you have an old fishing pole you want to sell, you could easily add a cart to that post. You can post either a simple blurb with your store’s title, description and logo which links to your storefront or you can show all of the products in your catalog.

How Does It Work?

Setting up and using PutACart could not be easier.

1. Setup an account (right now it’s free) and add products of any kind to your catalog.

2. Add your products to any social network, blog, or web page. The PutACart system automatically creates the “code” you will need to publish your products to these internet locations and can be done with no programming knowledge.

3. Visitors buy your products — you pay PutACart NOTHING for each sale.

That’s really all there is to it. If you would like to find out more information, visit the Questions page on the PutACart Website and be sure to check out this screencast demonstration.

Alpharetta, Georgia based PutACart.com creator Raleigh Gresham says, “one of the achievements we are most proud of is the lineup of sites and places our users can sell their products. Because the system is so basic, products can be sold anywhere someone can paste basic HTML code.”

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