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    I have a great template for my site with AphotoFolio.com, excellent company and site options. I have had this for five years and love it.

    But now I want to add an online store for my photography, a lot of customers at shows ask to buy on line. My site lets you connect with FotoMoto.com They seem ok, but I also want my local printer to be the person who fulfills my orders. They say this is an options but I need more then one option to make an educated decision.

    So looking to see if anyone else has solved this problem?


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    Decided to just use my Square account and set up a free store. If I need more features to keep up with sales, that will be a good problem to solve.


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    Wow, almost a year since my last post in here. Well I used the Square store and my site but it was not a very good option. So I did the big switch in Jan/Feb this year and built a wordpress.org site from scratch. Worth the time and then I used woocommerce as my store. Little bit of a learning cure with both, but you get it quickly and then have all the power to build exactly what you want. Been very happy with it this year and change my site often with ease. Also connect to Vimeo for embed and links perfectly.
    Very inexpensive way to go and extremely powerful.


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    I've heard good things about woocommerce. Thanks for chiming in with your personal experiences.
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    Hi Jim,

    Yes, seems to work well. There are a lot of options.

    Also use Feed Them Gallery for the different parts of the stores thumb nails, and zoom over photos. It is nice software when it works properly, but I had a lot of issues early on, and doing updates. When it works it is great, but if I started over again I would look for a different option.


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