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Anyone have experience using a Yahoo website builder?
I am considering using Yahoo for my eCommerce store.
Also, my domain name.
Both seem a bit pricey, but I'm hoping it's worth the extra bling.
There is not a lot of info regarding the 'web page builder' they offer.
I'm not techy, by any means.
What do you think?
Can I handle this myself?
While Yahoo may be a good option you may also want to consider Breezi.com
Breezi is a complete online website builder platform so that you can create a website and use your own domain. There is a simple Wazala integration that allows you to completely and easily build an eCommerce website.
Get started using Breezi at:
Learn more about a Breezi eCommerce site at:
Enjoy and Good Luck!
Glad to hear you're considering Yahoo! Merchant Solutions for your online store!
We provide multiple options for building a store with Yahoo! whether you are just looking for something you can build with minimal technical knowledge or want to customize using your own tools or code.
Even better, should you ever need assistance or have questions about your service, our support team is available 24/7 to help.
You can read more about Yahoo! Merchant Solutions here:
Feel free to contact our sales team if you have any further questions. They can be reached at 866-781-9246 Mon.–Fri., 7 a.m.–5 p.m. PT
Source(s)by YSmallBizCare - 2 years ago
Also try out Jimdo - they are an excellent website builder with strong e-commerce features.
My experiences with them has been excellent and they have a very large community support forum where you can find a lot of useful information to help you build your website.
Here is some review information about Jimdo - www.website-builder-review.info/jim...
Source(s)by Byen - 2 years ago