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what is the first step to create online store after domain registered?

Anonymous

December 13th, 2015

I have booked a domain www.dealsbury.com / www.dealzbury.com now I want to know where to start from? My prototype is ready but I don't have any marketing team. What should i do?

Bill Vanke VP Global Sales & BD | Sales Pipeline Forensics | Business & Society Observer and Commenter | Wireless | M2M

December 13th, 2015

You should start over.  

Kefei YU Founder at Moorebuzz Technology Ltd

December 13th, 2015

Here are some free pieces of advice: 
1. Check online and find a team to build up your own website. It should be easy because the second I bought my first domain, loads of emails came in to ask for the web building gig. For the most simple version it won't be more than 2,000GBP(like a company intro page), but if you are looking for a e-commerce website like Amazon ( I figured from your domain "deal"), it would cost a lot more.

2. If finance is your main concern, try some free/cheap promotion page first: Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest etc. At least you can easily spread your business via your friends and your personal network. The more the better. 


Kanak Pal Founder at Ankush Inbound Travel Academy & My Trip to India, Co Founder at Ankush Group of Hotels

December 13th, 2015

Now you have to design your website on the theme of your product.

Mike Robinson

December 13th, 2015

Gurpreet, I'm afraid people have missed the very first question:

What do you plan to sell on Dealsbury??

An eCommerce site is no different than every other business in terms of business plan basics:
1) What are you going to sell?
2) Who are you going to sell it to?
3) How will you reach them, and what will it cost you to reach them?
4) What will they pay for it?
5) Can you make money at that price?
6) Why are they going to buy it from you instead of your competition?

If you really have answers to the questions above, then the technology part is easy, and many people can help you with that.  If you DON'T have answers to the above, then keep your domain and do your homework to figure out the real answers to the 6 questions above. AFTER that, you can find many people to help you with the design and implementation.  

Erik Brieva CEO, Advisor, Investor, Innovator, Teacher

December 13th, 2015

Read the book The Lean Startup by Eric Ries. It's all there.

Peter Johnston Businesses are composed of pixels, bytes & atoms. All 3 change constantly. I make that change +ve.

December 13th, 2015

What does a store need? Customers. 

Start with building a group of people. Find out what they want - really want, not just say they want. Find out why they're not getting it currently - are their expectations unrealistic, is it too expensive to provide etc.

Then use technology to make it possible.

neven sakotic

December 13th, 2015

Well, make strategy, make Seo on site, make mobile app so online store will be on ,mobile platforms too, make twitter strategy too

neven sakotic

December 13th, 2015

Make modern bootstrap web site, mobile friendly, google not accept any more old kind of web sites , so from start you have chance to be on top positions , of course if you have  quality seo

Shishir Gupta

December 13th, 2015

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Ema Chuku Designer. Product Developer. Founder @ NuPad

December 13th, 2015

Spend sometime on Google google.com