Last post Jun 25, 2013 05:43 AM by shabirhakim1
Jun 24, 2013 04:58 PM|emobweb|LINK
I am very interested doing a small online business. Please can some supply me a link for startup guide. Looked on this forum, but couldn't find anything.
Jun 25, 2013 05:43 AM|shabirhakim1|LINK
Hi Here is Refrence from WorldPay
Behind the scenes of an e-business there's a lot of technology going on. To start an online business you won't need to worry about most of this, but it's worth getting to grips with the basics.
An e-business offers customers the option of paying for their goods or services on the internet. Many businesses which traditionally accept payments in a high street store, by telephone or by mail order have realised the benefit - and ease - of adapting
their business for e-commerce.
Enabling your customers to make a payment online involves a more sophisticated kind of website than one that is for information only. But it makes your business more attractive to customers who prefer to pay online, wherever in the world they are.
Setting up an e-business need not be complicated or costly, even if you have little or no expertise. You'll need three basic things:
How these elements are set up and how they work together is covered in more detail in the section'Creating a Webshop.'. But here's an outline.
Anyone familiar with online shopping (and that's around 80% of the UK population) knows that making a purchase online is normally pretty simple. Shoppers add the goods or services they want to buy to a shopping cart, check out when they are ready to pay
and then enter their payment details.
Of course the underlying technology is not so simple. You won't need to understand the technical detail of how an e-payment is processed, but it's worth getting to grips with the basics: How does your website link to the payment processor (such as WorldPay)?
How do you get your hands on your online trading profit?
If you're ready to find out more and set up your online store, have a look at 'Creating a Webshop'