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    What are the steps for starting your own E-commerce business?

    There are some steps for Starting your own E-commerce business.

    1- First of All pick the right Product for business.

    2- Choose the platform for e-commerce business

    3- Create your memorable homepage.

    Which is the most important step in above mention ?

  2. #2
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    Jul 2022
    Hi there!
    In my case, choosing the right eCommerce platform to settle my e-business on was the most difficult and challenging part. Luckily, there are many efficient and affordable options, and in my case, Shopify proved itself to be the most advanced and flexible solution. I've been running my e-store on it a few years already and have no regrets.

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    Jul 2022
    Beginning an e-commerce firm differs noticeably from starting a brick and mortar business, but there are also a number of commonalities. Many of the planning and legal processes you'll need to take will be similar to those of any other business, as we'll cover in greater detail below. When it comes time to launch your business, though, you'll realise how different launching an online store may be.
    It can seem overwhelming to launch an online store. Here are my suggestions to start a online store step-by-step. I hope these will help you get started so you can try to make the process easier.

    1.Research the e-commerce space and find your niche - The first step in learning how to launch an online store is to conduct the required research. You should research the e-commerce market you're interested in and make some decisions with relation to your unique business, just like you would if you were opening organic food product selling platform.
    Select your business name and choose a legal structure - The next step is to select a name for your e-commerce company after you've finalised your plan. Like any other business, you should pick a name that is distinctive while still making it abundantly obvious what your operation is about. To make sure that the business name you choose isn't already registered by another company, you should probably check the websites of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and your local secretary of state.

    2.Obtain business permits and licenses - In general, e-commerce companies don't need as many company licences and permits as brick-and-mortar shops do because the majority of them are home-based. However, you'll need to find out what the local criteria are; typically, you can do this by visiting the website of your state or local government. For instance, to legally operate a home-based business, most locations demand that the proprietor obtain a home occupation permit. This kind of licence merely demonstrates that, by running your business out of your house, you aren't aggravating the neighborhood's traffic, noise, or other issues.

    3.Choose an e-commerce platform and create your website - You've now finished the documentation needed to register and officially launch your e-commerce firm. So far, the majority of our actions have been similar to founding a traditional brick-and-mortar business. Now, though, you'll begin building your website and online store rather than looking for a space and getting ready to put up your physical store.

    4.Source or develop products - You're practically done with the process once you've selected your e-commerce platform and launched your website. You now need to find the actual sources for the goods you'll be selling. When you conducted your research in step one, you need to have considered how you were going to approach this process. If you're selling your own services, such as those provided as a consultant, you may only need to define and offer these services on your company website. Alternatively, you may manufacture your own products or obtain them through wholesalers.

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