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Meet GoCentral Online Store | GoDaddy


Have a great product or service you want to
sell online? Meet GoDaddy’s GoCentral Online Store. It’s a full-featured store that’s so easy
to set up you’ll be an internet merchant in a matter of minutes. To get started, go to GoDaddy.com, click Websites,
then click Online Store. Or… if you already have a GoCentral website
you’d like to turn into a store, you can upgrade right from your site. With your website open in the editor, click
Sections, then Add Section. Now click Sell Online and then click the Upgrade
button next to Online Store. No matter which way you obtain your store,
the first step is to set it up. Let’s pretend this is your brand new custom
jewelry store. The right pane contains your editing tools. Manage Store takes you to the control center,
which contains the tools you need to add products, choose shipping and payment options, and set
up sales tax. As you’re setting up your store, you’ll
discover additional resources to help you showcase and manage your inventory, optimize
your site for search engines, link your store to social media sites, and create email marketing
campaigns. Your GoCentral online store looks good on
a smartphone and provides mobile-friendly ordering and checkout. And a built-in SSL certificate helps protect
sensitive customer information and make your store a safe place to shop. As soon as your store is stocked and ready
to fulfill orders, just click Publish – and let the shopping begin. You can make changes to your store whenever
you like, as often as you like. Just be sure to click Publish to send your
updates to the web.

6 Comments

  • Brillo Pad

    If you want to buried in SPAM use GODADDY. Nearly all of the SPAM domains I receive are registered with Godaddy. Are they selling your email address? AND THEY REFUSE TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT.

  • Brillo Pad

    If you want to buried in SPAM use GODADDY. Nearly all of the SPAM domains I receive are registered with Godaddy. Are they selling your email address? AND THEY REFUSE TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT.

  • Brillo Pad

    If you want to buried in SPAM use GODADDY. Nearly all of the SPAM domains I receive are registered with Godaddy. Are they selling your email address? AND THEY REFUSE TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT.

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