Anyone can start abroad selling by setting up an international store with WordPress Ecommerce. Then, let people know about it by blogging about your business and implementing Search Engine Visibility.
You can do that all on your own, it is no more a difficult task when you are using WordPress Ecommerce.
Start Your eCommerce Website
The next thing you need to do is log in to your Sangkrit.net account and visit the ‘My Products’ page and next to ‘WordPress Ecommerce’ click the ‘Manage’ button.
Here the automated process starts asking you a few questions and then you are taken to your store’s dashboard where you can add products, write blog posts, and manage all settings.
Making Your Website Multilingual
Since you are going global so selecting your store’s language is an important thing to do. Not all countries speak English but many do. So you can either just stick to English which is the default selection of your website or if you have chosen some other language you can easily change it from your admin area Settings -> General -> Site Language section.
Selecting Payments, Taxes & Shipping Options
The next important thing, you need to do for global selling is select and set up the payment options. PayPal is one global payment option but there are more options you can select from such as Square, Apple Pay, Direct Bank Transfer, E-Checks, Card Payments, etc.
The payment options can be configured from your eCommerce Settings -> Payments page. The tax calculation can also be implemented as per the client’s location from eCommerce Settings -> Tax page. Similarly, shipping can be configured from eCommerce Settings -> Shipping page.
Adding Products For Sale
Once you have selected your options you may start adding products to your website for sale.
These can be done from the Products -> Add New page. Don’t forget to add a featured image and the price of your product. All fields are there, you can easily use them for adding your product details and pricing, etc.
Securing Your Website
You should also keep your website protected and keep customers safe. SSL is automatically implemented on WordPress Ecommerce websites but you should also subscribe to Website Security which is a comprehensive and simplified security solution for all site owners.