Zen Cart™ truly is the art of e-commerce; a free, user-friendly, open source shopping cart system.

Zen Cart started as part of osCommerce, but branched off.  Popular osCommerce plugins are included as a core part of the offering like the gift certificate module.  A lot of people, including folks that write shopping cart reviews, rate Zen Cart higher than Magento.  Zen Cart is utilizes PHP and MySQL databases.

Zen Cart themselves recommends Bluehost, who specializes in the Zen Cart™ shopping cart.  Bluehost has met Zen Cart's "rigorous standards", and they support Zen Cart and want your site to easily get off the ground and be successful.

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Here's four thoughts on why Zen Cart may be the way to go for your eCommerce website:

  1. Zen Cart makes building a website dedicated to ecommerce and selling products really easy.
  2. Zen Cart accepts most major online payment methods, so you can start charging for your products right away.
  3. Zen Cart is open source, which means you don't have to pay for a license.
  4. Zen Cart has a lot of plugins created by the Zen Cart community, so you can customize your installation to satisfy your business needs.

If you want to boost sales on your site, then you should understand that the fundamental art of selling requires you to run sale campaigns. To make things less confusing for both you and the customer, your Zen Cart is capable of incorporating discount coupons, gift certificates, highlight featured products as well as enable bulk discounts. Users will also be able to select their preferred shipping and payment options.

 

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0 #1 David Brownz 2012-08-16 11:50
Ok that's fine I have a little question in my mind from a long time that how security is achieved in the Shopping Cart Website because security is the primary factor for Shopping Cart Software?
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