Here’s a review of the One Super Shop online store platform offered by One Network Ecommerce. Yes, we recently upgraded and paid P3,888 for an online store that is basically still in beta or test mode. Here are some observations…
The online store can be found here:
And here is a sample product page:
You can also become an affiliate marketer and promote the products of other online store owners. For example, here’s someone else’s product:
Notice that the link contains user=mannyviloria (That’s how the system identifies which affiliate to give credit to for the sale.)
1. When we subscribed to the Newsletter, the username in the link disappeared. This means that navigating to the rest of the site no longer worked properly.
2. Some of the images do not display properly.
3. The themes or the look-and-feel of the online stores have not been fully tested yet. Please take note that they launched two days ago (April 15, 2015) and they’re working with developers to get the site fully functional.
At the moment, there are two themes: Garnet and SuperShop.
One Super Shop Strategy For My Friends
Go ahead and register your free account here before April 30, 2015:
(Actually, we upgraded last April 15, 2015 because there was a notice that said that was the deadline for upgrading. The deadline has been moved to April 30, 2015 after which free accounts which have not been Upgraded will be frozen or disabled.)
Should we upgrade?
One approach is to look at an online store and see if it appeals to you. Go through the different webpages and see how the site works in terms of Adding Products to a Shopping Cart, as well as using the Checkout process to buy the products online.
And then ask this question: “Am I willing to pay to have an online store of my own?”
Please note that there are some people (like me) who will still go for an online store that’s not yet fully ready. Our aim, for example, is to go through the online store experience from the point of view of both a customer and a merchant, or even an affiliate marketer.
And since the upgrade fee is good for 12 months, we have a full year to test and learn new things.
For example, here are some things we’ve already learned (which we’ll share with our friends in Team #AKMB – AyawKongMagBlog.com):
1. How to correctly sign up for an online store (mess this up and you’ll lose out on getting lots of spillovers).
2. The effective sign-up structure — should you get 1, 3, or 7 accounts?
3. What to do where your online store is not yet 100% ready.
We’ll be updating this One Super Shop review in the coming weeks.
Manny M. Viloria