Atlanta, GA, March 16, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Online stores are everywhere and companies that host them have made it easy for anyone to publish an eCommerce site. New owner's may ask themselves what goes into a store's name? What products do I sell? What company do I get to host my site? The following paragraphs contain one store creator's point of view.
After nearly a month of editing and finding the right products to link to on its hunting gear website DoughBuck.com is ready for traffic. "As of right now we know we have quality products up, we are just waiting to see which ones get the most attention. After that we can fine tune everything," says the site's publisher. The site is hosted by Godaddy.com and uses one of their webpage templates.
DoughBuck.com's publisher, Kelly Tippett, spoke a bit about what went into deciding the design of the hunting gear store. "After reading different articles on creating web stores the idea of a fancy page with lots of bells and whistles didn't seem practical. What is most important to customers would be the product. Going with one of GoDaddy's templates seemed the wise thing to do. And the site looks okay."
What products to sell is a question asked by many who start online stores. DoughBuck asked the same thing of themselves. "Yeah, we asked ourselves what products to sell, then we chose hunting ones. We asked 'why those' and after easily answering that question we stuck with it," said Kelly.
Continuing, he gave a reason to why he stuck with hunting gear as DoughBuck.com's product, "Unbelievably there are a lot of places in this world where hunting gear is not easily gotten. There are towns with no hunting stores of any kind. But if a hunter can get to a computer and lookup our website they can find gear already looked through and categorized for them. They don't have to go on Amazon and browse and browse."
Usually a store's name suggests the theme of product they are going to sell. "Around here in Mississippi deer hunting is big. I put the word 'buck' in there. That's a male deer. Also, at the beginning I put the word 'dough' in there substituting it for the word 'doe.' Doe is a female deer. I was going to market the site with a slogan that suggests to our shoppers they'll save money by shopping with us. I still may go that route, just haven't figured out a catchy way to phrase it. The early phrase was something silly like 'Save Dough Here on Hunting Tools to Bag that Buck.'"
DoughBuck.com links to hunting gear including bows and arrows, rifle scopes, hunting blinds, decoys like duck and deer. A list is provided below.
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