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Introducing SaleHoo Online Stores

By Chris Dawson September 19, 2011 - 11:00 pm

SaleHoo, who in 2005 launched their wholesale supplier directory, is now home to over 95,000 online retailers who enjoy the supplier directory, the busy forums and free educational resources.

Now, after 18 months of planning and development and 6 months of beta testing, SaleHoo is launching their own e-Commerce solution for online retailers, SaleHoo Stores.

So what is SaleHoo Stores and how is it different from other e-Commerce solutions out there?

1. They are quick to setup.

Within just 15 minutes of getting your SaleHoo Store, you can have it up and running and ready to add your listings. There is no fussing around with HTML or CSS either; if you can list an item on eBay, you have the skills necessary to get your Store setup.

Watch the video demonstration to see a SaleHoo team member set up a brand new store in just minutes.

2. SaleHoo Stores are not just for US sellers.

So much eBay and online retail-related software is very US-centric, but SaleHoo Stores caters to sellers in the UK, too.

You can easily set your default currency to pounds sterling to make your local buyers feel more at home. Additionally, you can select the metric system as your weight class (for shipping information) and you can set VAT percentages where applicable.

3. SaleHoo Stores use clean, buyer-friendly designs.

There is no need to be or hire a graphic designer to get an attractive, modern and clean store design that it easy on the eye, and easy to navigate.

SaleHoo Store’s shopping cart is common-sense and highly intuitive for buyers which makes it easy for them to navigate product categories, view item descriptions and make their purchase faster.

Changing the overall look and feel of your Store is also easy. Choose from a number of templates and colour variations and with just two clicks of a mouse, your Store theme, layout and colour scheme is transformed.

Here are some examples of current SaleHoo Stores and various themes you can use. Each has a unique look, while adhering to timeless design principles.

4. Import direct from eBay.

If you are an eBay Turbo Lister user, you can easily import your eBay listings within minutes. The SaleHoo Stores eBay Importer strips out HTML code from your eBay listings. Note that any eBay-specific information will need to be adjusted and you will still need to upload images as the importer uses a CSV file rather than a Turbo Lister file.

5. More payment options.

If you’re growing tired of PayPal fees, or have ever worried about having your account frozen and being left without any cash freed up, then you will love the options that SaleHoo Stores offers. You may offer bank transfer, cheque or money order, cash on delivery, PayPal or PayPal Direct Checkout.

6. Pricing

So how much does all this cost? Well, first of all, here’s what you DON’T have to pay for:
– High start-up fees
– Additional hosting fees
– An SSL certificate to make your checkout secure (it’s already included).

Instead, you will just pay a low monthly fee to keep your SaleHoo Store up and running. Plans start from just US$27 per month for the Basic plan that allows up to 200 products to be listed. Currently, SaleHoo is offering a special where you can get the Premium (and best value) plan for just US$47 instead of the usual $97. In addition, you can currently get a double-value bonus package which gets you:

  • A FREE SaleHoo membership worth $67 which gives you unlimited access to the SaleHoo supplier directory and market research tools
  • A FREE copy of SaleHoo Stores Traffic Training, a video training guide on how to get floods of traffic to your SaleHoo Store. This training guide was crafted by Mark Ling, co-founder of SaleHoo.com and an internet marketing extraordinaire.
  • Plus! You get a full 60-day money-back guarantee so you can try SaleHoo Stores for a full 60 days, and if you aren’t impressed, you can get a full refund, no questions asked!

Head over to SaleHoo Stores now to learn more and take advantage of this limited-time offer.

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