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Old 09-28-2010, 02:21 PM
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Thumbs up Orthodox Prayer Bracelet Store 6 weeks online

First of all a "thank you" to the Ecwid people! The shop has great capabilities, is easy to use, looks great and very intuitive handling! GREAT job!

My site is online for 6 weeks and I have already made sales through my store!

Please feel free to make any suggestions (the good and the bad). So I can improve my store and online presence.

http://www.prayer-bracelet.com

The next thing I am going to do is make translations and focus on the European market (its going to be tricky to combine Dollars and Euro's).
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Old 09-28-2010, 05:13 PM
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First of all a "thank you" to the Ecwid people! The shop has great capabilities, is easy to use, looks great and very intuitive handling! GREAT job!

My site is online for 6 weeks and I have already made sales through my store!

Please feel free to make any suggestions (the good and the bad). So I can improve my store and online presence.

http://www.prayer-bracelet.com

The next thing I am going to do is make translations and focus on the European market (its going to be tricky to combine Dollars and Euro's).
Very nice and clean Ecwid integration. Congrats with your first sales!

Do your customers need to know SKU codes of your products? If no, I suggest removing them:
http://kb.ecwid.com/How-to-remove-the-SKU-code
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Old 09-28-2010, 09:01 PM
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Very nice and clean Ecwid integration. Congrats with your first sales!

Do your customers need to know SKU codes of your products? If no, I suggest removing them:
http://kb.ecwid.com/How-to-remove-the-SKU-code
Isn't the SKU code like the product number? I use it so that I can easier identify the product if the customer asks about it through phone or email.

In future I will have a lot more products that will be very similar to each other with minor differences, so just the heading would not be enough to identify them.

Can I use the SKU nr for this or is it still better to remove it?
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Old 09-29-2010, 03:19 PM
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Isn't the SKU code like the product number? I use it so that I can easier identify the product if the customer asks about it through phone or email.

In future I will have a lot more products that will be very similar to each other with minor differences, so just the heading would not be enough to identify them.

Can I use the SKU nr for this or is it still better to remove it?
Yes, SKU is a unique number of a product set by a store owner or a vendor.
If you use it, then of course it isn't necessary to remove it.
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