Ecommerce platforms that do NOT own your content

Does anyone know of an eccomerce platform that doesn't monitor every little thing you want to sell? I need suggestions. I recently tried to list some items for sale that are by no means illegal, but high quality items. Shopify shutdown my website without warning. Wix seems like they're doing the same thing, and I'm tired of any company that says in its terms that they can remove my content no matter what.

E-commerce – Which system / software do websites like Ticketmaster or Livenation use to sell event tickets?

When you buy a ticket for an event like a concert, you get to a website that is similar to Ticketmaster or Livenation. On these websites you can find a list of events through which you can buy, reserve a ticket, etc. You will find the individual event page with all relevant information and Finally, select your seats on the interactive event card and buy / save them. Your selection and that of thousands of other users would be processed by the system and you would receive a ticket with QR and all.

Which system is used here? How would you implement this on a website? Due to the complexity of the system, I assume that it is proprietary software that each location has developed for itself or that it is known white label software that you can purchase. What is this type of system / software called? "E-ticket system"?

Nowadays I develop websites for customers by installing WordPress with its respective themes and plugins and adapting them to my needs. Due to the complexity of an "e-ticket system" I decided to ask here first before deciding on something like Tickera and shooting myself in the foot. Does anyone have experience with Tickera or a similarly complex venue / event ticketing system for WordPress?

One limitation I'm worried about is that System responsiveness – When we talk about venues with more than 15,000 seats and it is an expected event, the seats that click first and buy / save / request a refund, etc. must be dealt with quickly. I also assume that websites like Ticketmaster don't create their event schedules in a fairly simplified way (like Tickera deals), but create graphics based on the venue or get a prepared event card from the customer. If so, where is the line between the mere event ticket and the actual responsive web system where the user can select a seat, view its price, reserve / buy, etc.?

Am I wrong in expecting an optimized system for this? Do websites like Livenation generate these cards / seat catalogs manually? (I can imagine that if you have a famous venue that is always visited, you can reuse your manually created map.)

Thank you for your time and I hope I was succinct enough.

Chris

E-commerce – address validation in e-commerce. How do I present?

Imagine a standard web shop with a standard checkout process in which the customer has to enter a valid delivery address.
I am looking for a good use of the Checking the UPS address – Street Level API but cannot understand how to use the proposal in a meaningful way.

scenario

The correct address of the customer is

2060 N KENTUCKY ST
ARLINGTON VA 22205
United States

Case: The customer enters the wrong house number

Instead of 2060 he enters 2600

API suggestions

"Candidate": [{
        "AddressKeyFormat": {
            "AddressLine": "2600 S KENT ST",
            "PoliticalDivision2": "ARLINGTON",
            "PoliticalDivision1": "VA",
            "PostcodePrimaryLow": "22202",
            "PostcodeExtendedLow": "2218",
            "Region": "ARLINGTON VA 22202-2218",
            "CountryCode": "US"
        }
    }, {
        "AddressKeyFormat": {
            "AddressLine": "1000-1098 N KENTUCKY ST",
            "PoliticalDivision2": "ARLINGTON",
            "PoliticalDivision1": "VA",
            "PostcodePrimaryLow": "22205",
            "PostcodeExtendedLow": "2310",
            "Region": "ARLINGTON VA 22205-2310",
            "CountryCode": "US"
        }
    }, {
        "AddressKeyFormat": {
            "AddressLine": "1001-1099 N KENTUCKY ST",
            "PoliticalDivision2": "ARLINGTON",
            "PoliticalDivision1": "VA",
            "PostcodePrimaryLow": "22205",
            "PostcodeExtendedLow": "2309",
            "Region": "ARLINGTON VA 22205-2309",
            "CountryCode": "US"
        }
    }, {
        "AddressKeyFormat": {
            "AddressLine": "1100-1198 N KENTUCKY ST",
            "PoliticalDivision2": "ARLINGTON",
            "PoliticalDivision1": "VA",
            "PostcodePrimaryLow": "22205",
            "PostcodeExtendedLow": "3516",
            "Region": "ARLINGTON VA 22205-3516",
            "CountryCode": "US"
        }
    }, {
        "AddressKeyFormat": {
            "AddressLine": "1101-1199 N KENTUCKY ST",
            "PoliticalDivision2": "ARLINGTON",
            "PoliticalDivision1": "VA",
            "PostcodePrimaryLow": "22205",
            "PostcodeExtendedLow": "3515",
            "Region": "ARLINGTON VA 22205-3515",
            "CountryCode": "US"
        }
    }, {
        "AddressKeyFormat": {
            "AddressLine": "1500-1598 N KENTUCKY ST",
            "PoliticalDivision2": "ARLINGTON",
            "PoliticalDivision1": "VA",
            "PostcodePrimaryLow": "22205",
            "PostcodeExtendedLow": "2825",
            "Region": "ARLINGTON VA 22205-2825",
            "CountryCode": "US"
        }
    }, {
        "AddressKeyFormat": {
            "AddressLine": "1501-1599 N KENTUCKY ST",
            "PoliticalDivision2": "ARLINGTON",
            "PoliticalDivision1": "VA",
            "PostcodePrimaryLow": "22205",
            "PostcodeExtendedLow": "2824",
            "Region": "ARLINGTON VA 22205-2824",
            "CountryCode": "US"
        }
    }, {
        "AddressKeyFormat": {
            "AddressLine": "1800-1899 N KENTUCKY ST",
            "PoliticalDivision2": "ARLINGTON",
            "PoliticalDivision1": "VA",
            "PostcodePrimaryLow": "22205",
            "PostcodeExtendedLow": "2826",
            "Region": "ARLINGTON VA 22205-2826",
            "CountryCode": "US"
        }
    }, {
        "AddressKeyFormat": {
            "AddressLine": "2000-2098 N KENTUCKY ST",
            "PoliticalDivision2": "ARLINGTON",
            "PoliticalDivision1": "VA",
            "PostcodePrimaryLow": "22205",
            "PostcodeExtendedLow": "3218",
            "Region": "ARLINGTON VA 22205-3218",
            "CountryCode": "US"
        }
    }, {
        "AddressKeyFormat": {
            "AddressLine": "2001-2099 N KENTUCKY ST",
            "PoliticalDivision2": "ARLINGTON",
            "PoliticalDivision1": "VA",
            "PostcodePrimaryLow": "22205",
            "PostcodeExtendedLow": "3217",
            "Region": "ARLINGTON VA 22205-3217",
            "CountryCode": "US"
        }
    }, {
        "AddressKeyFormat": {
            "AddressLine": "2100-2199 N KENTUCKY ST",
            "PoliticalDivision2": "ARLINGTON",
            "PoliticalDivision1": "VA",
            "PostcodePrimaryLow": "22205",
            "PostcodeExtendedLow": "3219",
            "Region": "ARLINGTON VA 22205-3219",
            "CountryCode": "US"
        }
    }
    ...

What suggestions for the customer?

Of course, it makes sense to make the first proposal to the customer

"Did you mean 2600 S KENT ST"?

But how would you present the rest of the options where the AddressLine Element contains a number of house numbers.

1000-1098 N KENTUCKY ST

question

Have you seen or implemented anything like this? – Please provide a link where it can be found
Any advice is highly appreciated

SEO question for the e-commerce website for selling used goods (creating multiple pages for the same product)

I read and contributed to DP about a decade ago but lost my old account details. So technically this is my first post :) :)

I collect and trade used video games (mostly older retro titles). I am currently in the process of creating an e-commerce website with WordPress & WooCommerce. However, I am very green when it comes to e-commerce. So my biggest question is how to deal with the product lists.

I can have 5 copies of a game title. However, each copy is in a different condition, while some may include a manual or original packaging. Therefore there are really 5 unique products with up to 5 different prices. It would therefore be easier to add each copy as a unique product. But I would imagine that this will hurt SEO as products come and go instead of having a static product page for every item that stays and is either only in stock or not in stock.
SEMrush

So I think the best option is to create "variations" like very good condition, good condition, acceptable condition, etc. Then you should have inventory and some pictures for each different condition. In this way, customers can only display one product while they can choose from various condition items within that product. Search engines also see a page that stays there, rather than a lot of duplicate content pages that come and go.

I just want to make sure I'm on the right track. It would be easier and easier for me to create individual products for each copy, but I want to do what is best for the user experience and search engines, not me.

You need a beautiful ecommerce website created

Hi there

delivers CSV files … the software can either be paid or free …

Magento, Zencart or if you want to suggest something better.

The only criterion is that the page has to look VERY beautiful. So if you don't know what you're doing, please don't write me a message

Budget: $ 50 – $ 150

the site must be set up on my server …

Contact me with an offer and previous work / portfolio, if available !!

thanks, people!
SEMrush

wanted ecommerce website design for our business

Hi there,
We want an e-commerce website that was developed for our company. The design can have the same style as the link below to our eBay shop

we would need the following. Please visit our eBay shop before reading the following information as this makes more sense

1] to be able to change the postage price based on the order value
2] to be able to offer custom names / numbers for some of our items, rather than names / numbers that we list, or to let customers choose which name / number we want

3] add descriptions without using HTML code,
4] Add pictures without having to resize

5] We want our website to offer different languages

ebaystores.co.uk/Official-Football-Shirt-printing

Please contact us

Thank you
SEMrush

Website design e-commerce

Hi there,
We want an e-commerce website that was developed for our company. The design can have the same style as the link below to our eBay shop

we would need the following. Please visit our eBay shop before reading the following information as this makes more sense

1] to be able to change the postage price based on the order value
2] to be able to offer custom names / numbers for some of our items, rather than names / numbers that we list, or to let customers choose which name / number we want

3] add descriptions without using HTML code,
4] Add pictures without having to resize

5] We want our website to offer different languages

ebaystores.co.uk/Official-Football-Shirt-printing
SEMrush

Please contact us

Consequences of COVIT19 for Amazon and e-commerce in general

The entire e-commerce landscape has changed dramatically in recent weeks!
We can see that many companies have had to stop or even shut down permanently. But how serious is the whole buzz? One of the things I'm doing is curating the Amazon seller newsletter (fbamonthly.com), and in the past few weeks 90% of all Amazon news has been about corona virus only! I agree, but since I see most of it, just a copy of the same article with clickbait titles! It looks like everyone is trying to spread the news, even if it's …

Consequences of COVIT19 for Amazon and e-commerce in general