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    eCommerce - Where Do Your Services Stop?

    So I want to get a feel for how other web designers handle eCommerce in regards to where your services stop.
    Example - You get your clients website set up, the shopping cart app and show them how to use it. You stop there. Or do you go further and also help them figure out the best way to do the order fulfillment (for selling physical goods)?

    I know sometimes this is dependent on what your client wants. A client may say he has the fulfillment part figured out. If so, then great. But how many web designers feel comfortable helping out with getting their clients set up and going with the fulfillment side of things?


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    Depends on the client and what's available for fulfillment options, as you've said. I've set up dropship EDI arrangements with suppliers in the past, for example. I've also done some of their marketing. And their customer service. And other things.

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