I think that pretty much sums up how I think about "PayPal powered" carts.I don't mind paying with PayPal, but a PayPal cart leaves me with a very bad impression. It might not cost the sale, but it's one of those things that contributes to my perception of an online store.
Rodney, what do you call a "regular" shopping cart ?If it was a "regular" shopping cart, I'm 100% sure I would have already checked out by now. And that was the only negative mark that I saw on that particular t-shirt company's site.
A regular shopping cart would be any stand alone shopping cart program like zen cart, oscommerce, cubecart, volusion, monstercommerce, yahoostore, etc.Rodney, what do you call a "regular" shopping cart ?
And example of a professional shopping cart, or your preferred cart?
A regular shopping cart would be any stand alone shopping cart program like zen cart, oscommerce, cubecart, volusion, monstercommerce, yahoostore, etc.
If you read through this ecommerce section of the forum, you'll see lots of my posts with different opinions of shopping cart software Here's a start: http://www.t-shirtforums.com/ecommerce-site-design/t58514.html
It seems like maybe it would be a good idea NOT to use the paypal cart... :O
I've been a seller with PayPal for probably over 10 years, since they were x.comSellers need to read the horror stories of PayPal.