eSellerPro launch mobile website solution

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eSellerPro have announced the launch of their new mShop, a product that allows retailers to create simplified mobile websites optimised specifically for customer shopping on their mobile phones.

mShop can either be delivered as a stand-alone solution without the requirements for a primary eSellerPro website service, or it can be integrated with the retailer’s main website. mShop also offers retailers its own stock control options so that if a retailer requires, it will be able to display items on the mShop that may not display on the primary website store or vice-versa.

Mobile shopping is growing fast, everyone agrees on that from eBay to Amazon so it makes sense that if you have a website that it’s optimised to deliver mobile content.

One of the first to sign up for eSellerPro’s mShop was Simon Doidge, of PassionAuto. They were getting an increasing number of requests from customers regarding a mobile enabled sites so it was the next logical development for their website. To view their normal website use a computer but if you visit PassionAuto from a mobile device you should be automatically presented with their slick new mShop.

If you’re interested in an mShop from eSellerPro (even if you’re not an eSellerPro client) give them a call or contact them on the eSellerPro website.

6 Responses

  1. The sooner that we can rid full blown marketplaces of new catalogued product the better.

    Or am I missing something?

  2. We have just launched our mShop with esellerpro too! The only drawback so far is that the mobile user can’t choose to view the desktop version instead should they wish – something as an iPhone user I’d like to see.

  3. Howdy,

    Excellent work by Mark Withers & the team on achieving this. Creating a mobile version of an existing product is not a straightforward job as it may first appear (ie just a skin).

    A sticky issue around this is that its a real shame this is not a mobile site for eSellerPro client that it was originally promised to.

    But not to detract, congrats to Simon @PassionAuto, its darn swish!

    Matt

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