[cgl_discussion] Storesonline, Ecommerce Software Provides All The Tools You Need

Matthew Fredrickson creslin at digium.com
Wed Aug 13 09:10:22 PDT 2008

On that note, anything new in the CGL world?  FWIW, and for any of you 
interested, I've been working more on Asterisk with SS7.  The stack is 
getting pretty solid.  The current version has been running for about a 
month with a load of over 100,000 calls a day on it (not to shabby, IMHO).

Matthew Fredrickson

Mister Nice Guy wrote:
>   Storesonline, Ecommerce Software Provides All The Tools You Need
> A possibility that is very popular today, but almost unheard of over a 
> decade ago is working from home. If you are selling a product that needs 
> to be shipped, you can use a shipping service or even send some items 
> electronically. The internet has provided the ability to offer something 
> new and wonderful with the technology of today.
> If you're interested in starting a store, *Storesonline *may be that 
> online store that  is the  right option for you. Decide on a product or 
> products you know people will want, learn how to successfully market 
> that product, and you'll find you can earn high profits with a minimal 
> investment. Having a brick and mortar store is expensive with rent, 
> utilities, large inventories, maintenance, and other costs you don't 
> incur with an online store. By investing in shopping carts with 
> *Storesonline* software for your online business, you'll find your 
> customers buying more and profits soaring.
> Ecommerce is one way that can better the way web based stores operate. 
> If you want your store more organized and easy to use for customers than 
> ecommerce software *Storesonline* can help. If the website is easy to 
> use, than customers are more likely to stay on it. The more time someone 
> spends on a website, the better the chance is that they will buy something.
> Online shopping cart software can greatly increase sales on your 
> internet store. There are various different types of software to choose 
> from, simple or more complex

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