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Ecommerce for brick and mortar business

Upgrade your brick and mortar store with online selling

Are you looking for a way to scale your brick and mortar business? Start selling online! It’s easy with Ecwid.

  • Increase revenue, reduce spending
  • Add social selling
  • Connect a POS
  • Provide local delivery
  • Manage everything from one admin
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Reduce expenses, boost sales

Maximize your profits by cutting down on unnecessary expenses and increasing your sales. Ecwid’s ecommerce solution for brick and mortar stores has all the built-in tools designed to help you achieve success using one simple platform.

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No need for physical store expansion

Say goodbye to the limitations of physical space. With online selling, you can grow your brick and mortar store without the hassle of finding additional retail space. The online world allows you to reach people from anywhere, at any time.

Expand your reach and attract more customers from the comfort of your own digital storefront.

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No additional inventory costs

Keep your inventory costs in check and watch your profits rise. With Ecwid, you benefit from effective inventory management and receive notifications about stock levels, preventing unnecessary spending on excess inventory. Say goodbye to wasted investments and hello to higher profit margins.

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Build your online store as a team

As your online store grows, so will your team. With Ecwid, managing and onboarding your team is a breeze. Grant your staff access to specific tools, ensuring they have everything they need to make your brick and mortar business thrive!

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Seamless integration with existing systems

Streamline your operations and enhance the customer experience with our state-of-the-art online selling platform. Seamlessly manage transactions, track inventory, and gain valuable insights into customer behavior, all within one user-friendly interface.

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Harness the power of social media

Expand your digital presence and tap into a wider audience through social selling. Ecwid integrates with popular social media platforms, enabling you to showcase your products and connect with potential customers effortlessly.

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Local delivery and pick-up options

Offer your customers the convenience they crave with our built-in delivery and pick-up options. Power up your brick and mortar store with seamless fulfillment services, ensuring customer satisfaction and fostering loyalty.

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Secure payment processing

Rest easy knowing that your customer’s sensitive payment information is protected with a secure online payment processing system.

Build trust and instill confidence in your customers, resulting in increased conversions and repeat orders.

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24/7 customer support

We understand that transitioning a brick and mortar store online can come with its challenges. That’s why our dedicated support team is always available to assist you with any questions or concerns.

With us, you’ll never face obstacles alone.

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Step into the future

Don’t let your brick and mortar store be left behind in today’s digital age. Take charge of your success and embrace the future of retail with our game-changing online selling solution.

Sign up today and unlock the true potential of your business!


What does a “brick and mortar store” mean?
A brick and mortar store refers to a physical retail location where customers can visit and shop in person.

Why is it called a brick and mortar store?
The term “brick and mortar” is used because these stores are made of physical materials like bricks and mortar, unlike online stores that exist in a virtual space.

What are 3 examples of brick-and-mortar stores?
Three examples of brick-and-mortar stores are Walmart, Target, and Apple Stores.

What are the 7 types of brick-and-mortar stores?
The seven types of brick-and-mortar stores include department stores, specialty shops, boutiques, supermarkets, convenience stores, franchise outlets, and pop-up stores.

What is the difference between brick-and-mortar and ecommerce (e-retail)?
The main difference is that brick-and-mortar stores have a physical presence where customers can visit and shop in person, while ecommerce (e-retail) refers to online shopping conducted through websites and mobile apps.

What is brick-and-mortar also known as?
Brick-and-mortar stores are also known as physical stores, traditional stores, or offline stores.

What are the benefits of brick-and-mortar stores?
Benefits of brick-and-mortar stores include the ability to provide a personalized shopping experience, immediate product availability, and the opportunity for customers to physically interact with products before buying.

What is the opposite of brick-and-mortar?
The opposite of brick-and-mortar is ecommerce or online retail.

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