Berryville, VA February 28, 2012 - GeeXmedia LLC has launched MikesCart.com, a free online shopping cart application. MikesCart combines all the standard functionality of a shopping cart mixed with the traffic-driving features of an online marketplace site.
Mikescart offers anyone with a Paypal account their own online shopping cart site. These sites are hosted using the MikesCart servers but are reachable either by a merchants own domain or a subdomain of MikesCart.com. Users are able to manage their site's content, design, products and sales all online from the secured MikesCart.com control panel. MikesCart provides a variety of site designs as well as custom template that has its own control panel for modification. Once a merchant publishes their site their products are searchable both from their site and in the combined search on the mikescart.com homepage. "It's like paying no rent to have a store in a mall" says company founder Chris Hansen.
By linking an eBay account to the MikesCart store, merchants are able to advertise their current eBay listings as well as share their eBay credentials with prospective buyers thereby granting consumer confidence. EBay users can import their eBay listings directly into mikescart to sell on their shopping cart site.
GeeXmedia embraces multi-channel e-commerce. Geexmedia believes multi-channel e-commerce is the most effective way of getting products in front of the most customers. Once merchants make a sale on other online marketplaces they direct repeat business to their MikesCart store by sending customers their store information as well as incentives such as discount codes along with their shipments.
Wanting to gain clients and prove their expertise they've developed MikesCart as an incubator for startup online stores. MikesCart.com is one of three e-commerce applications geexmedia is launching in 2012. MikesCart along with Auctacity work seemlessly with the flagship ListApp application which is designed to be a list once publish everywhere inventory/sales management system.