I see the host you are recommending in your blog, but which package would you suggest?
Once up and running should have about 2000 products in the catalogue, at least 2 websites. Around 200 sales a day total (majority from ebay and Amazon)
Want it to be fast for customers on the site, and equally as important, for us using the system. On the other hand, don’t want to spent more than we need.
We’re suggesting Simple Servers, the reason are simple (excuse the pun), they’re very fast, first month free (use understandinge as the promotion code) and you can start on the £16 a month package and then move upwards if needed. Oh and if you outgrow the shared hosting package, they’ll migrate you for free (cpanel move) and you pay the difference between the packages.
We’ll have Simon from SimpleServers on shortly in a Podcast, as I found them by accident and thought that the eSellerPro to Magento connector was broken, in fact it was not, it had just ran the fastest I had ever seen it run :) Now at least a dozen of the businesses that I work with, use them.
Just use “understandinge” as the promotion code, it’ll link it back to use and you get one month free then :)
2000 products in the catalogue, at least 2 websites. Around 200 sales a day total
If you are looking for two sites, then go for the “Magento Pro” one at £24, as that allows you to have two domains (but you can get away with the £16 one for now).
Congrats & go for it!
If you need a hand, just grab the appropriate forum from the list here https://understandinge.com/forum/ and just ask :)
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