ChristiaNet.com (http://www.christianet.com), the world's largest Christian portal with twelve million monthly page loads, has just launched a directory that contains information about ecommerce solutions and shopping cart software. "ChristiaNet is dedicated to bringing information to our readers about smart and secure ecommerce solutions, says," President Bill Cooper. In order to conduct business on the World Wide Web, a web site needs some important components and making the right choices could make a difference in profitability. Among those are shopping cart software that is easy to navigate and merchant account integration for customer convenience and security. (http://www.christianet.com/ecommerce/)
Many companies online sell ecommerce solutions and some of them also provide affordable hosting and information management. The most important components include web design, marketing solutions, product catalog development, shopping cart software with checkout, and the integration of merchant accounts. Other components or solutions keep track of inventory with warehouse solutions and are completely integrated with a point of sale system. Online retailers will look forward to potential sales by providing customers with the very best shopping experience through solutions that work.
According to the survey results for online shopping in 2005, The Goldman Sachs, Nielsen//NetRatings and Harris Interactive eSpending Report showed "holiday spending reached a record of $30.1 billion. The latest report dated November 8, 2006, said, "We believe that online retail will continue its growth trajectory during the 2006 holiday season, as dollars continue to migrate from traditional brick and mortar stores to multi-channel and Web-only retailers." Online shopping is growing in popularity, but some customers still have valid concerns about security.
Online shoppers are no doubt concerned with identity theft since this has been a growing concern on the Internet. The companies that make sure they offer a secure shopping site will benefit over the ones who do not. The ability to purchase and then use a credit card for payment is one of the conveniences that online shoppers enjoy. Cooper says, "Online retailers will want to make sure that they provide the best experience for customers by providing a secure checkout." Customers want to know that when their personal information is being sent for approval that it passes through a secure sever with transaction details encrypted. For more information, visit: http://www.christianet.com/articles/
ChristiaNet.com (http://www.christianet.com), the world's largest Christian portal with twelve million monthly page loads, receives around one million visitors per month and has 400,000 email subscribers who have access to an online shopping mall, job bank, Biblical and life application resources, free ecards, Christian blogs and friendship communities.