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10 Famous Magento Based Website


We strongly believe in Magento and this belief is supported by the some 100,000 merchants worldwide currently using Magento to power their eCommerce front.

Breville (www.brevilleusa.com) who use Magento to power a site that profiles their products, compares their products, allows for purchase of both products and parts, enables retailers to be found and support to be at a customers finger tips. The site also allows for video demonstrations of tips and tricks to using and maintaining the products.

 

Paul Smith (www.paulsmith.co.uk) who is a leading fashion designer in the UK well known for their high quality collections.

 

Interflora (www.interflora.com) which enables customers to pick their flower product, link to a local interflora florist and allow for effective and prompt deliver to their desired recipient.

 

Villery and Boch (www.villeroy-boch.com) – the 260 year old German cermanics company whose magento site allows for search of products by category, colour, motif and lifestyle.

 

Time-Out (www.timeout.com) – the world wide City go to whose site allows for online subscriptions across any city in the world and search ability across the publications.

 

Circe du Soliel (www.cirqueduesoliel.com) which enables a fan to buy tickets to any show in the world, to join the Circe du Soliel club or learn more about the organization and its products.

 

Pental (www.pental.com.au) where would we be without pental household goods – some of the world’s leading brands in oral care, dishwashing, bathroom, toilet, laundry, bleach and fire creation needs.

 

Stussy (www.stussy.com) – a worldwide success story in surf wear branding, the Stussy site displays products for menswear and womenswear detailing collections, products and features.

 

Goodyear (www.goodyear.com) – Magento offers Goodyear the ability to display their product range by vehicle, by tyre size and includes a store locator, alongside relevant tips and advice.

 

Lacrosse (www.lacrossefootwear.com) – whether you are into working, hunting, recreating, snow hiking or just want great socks, Lacrosse footwear has been offering

quality solutions since 1897. Their magento site displays products via categories, has a clear account and chart management facilities and also allows the user to readily find a store or stockist.

67 Comments to “10 Famous Magento Based Website”

  • Austin November 26, 2013 at 8:51 am

    Hi I have a website to do.
    I have installed the Magento,but the boss gave me a PSD file and told me to implement the design from the PSD file.
    How I do that?
    Thanks.

  • Flash Funk November 26, 2013 at 8:57 am

    I am looking for a plugin to enable social login and sharing at my magento webstore

  • Scott Bull November 26, 2013 at 11:09 am

    I’m searching for a script or magento extension to allow me to export all the product attributes including values for drop down attributes. Importing would be good too, I’ve had a look but can’t seem to find anything does anyone know how this can be done?

  • jaimin November 26, 2013 at 4:51 pm

    Hello. I’m trying to figure out how Magento eCommerce works, and I want to let customers sell their digital content on my website. I found a couple of plugins that allow to do that (like customers as a partner), but one of them does not run on Magento 1.7, and the other one costs $99, and I’m looking for something free. Do you know any free “customer as a partner” like Magento plugins? Thank you.

  • Dark_LovexXx November 26, 2013 at 9:13 pm

    I am a large dropshipper with 50k+ products and I’m sick of the hosted platforms (yahoo stores, big commerce, volusion, etc) and want to move to my own server with one of the open source ecommerce platforms. I have looked through them all but can’t find any information on which one has the feature or how well it works.

  • diggn4richez November 26, 2013 at 11:46 pm

    I have a successful ecommerce background and I am gifted with lots of knowledge. Now other companies are willing to contract me as a consultant on ecommerce related businesses. Those are very small companies, nothing big. How much should I charge them on a monthly basis as a ecommerce marketing and technology consultant? I would meet with this company once a week for 2-3 hours, but my knowledge is very deep and good.

    Basically this company will create a simple internet store, but they need expertise on how to implement it from a technical point of view and from a marketing view.

  • zaclo November 27, 2013 at 1:48 am

    I have a client He is having an eCommerce website actually there are many product are in his Website. I want to optimize that website. Those products I can not put on the home page. Product pages are dynamically created which will not cached by Google. How can I introduce to those products in Search Engine or how can user come to know?
    Help me any idea suggestion are welcome.

  • Chester November 27, 2013 at 8:24 am

    I would like to start a ecommerce site to sell ebooks and I wanted to know, how to add the paypal button to my site so that customers can purchase through paypal.

  • musicistabest November 27, 2013 at 10:36 am

    Hi, what is the best ecommerce shopping carts out there ?

    This is my first ecommerce website. When I try to download demos they dont work. DO I need hosting first?

    and how do I change the layout design on the shopping carts ? PLEASE HELP, this is new for me….

    Thanks so much 🙂

  • andresumoza November 27, 2013 at 7:31 pm

    What is considered as important extensions that every ecommerce store should have

  • superdork November 28, 2013 at 11:33 am

    I maintain a couple websites for some non-profits in San Diego. Use FrontPage – – so I can be a complete dummy and the sites look GREAT! But now everybody is asking me to add eCommerce and shopping carts and I have downloaded osCommerce and Agoura and ZenCart – – and I am at a loss. Any easy way in FrontPage?

  • diggn4richez November 28, 2013 at 2:38 pm

    I am located in Canada and I realize that Ipage does not support eCommerce for anyone outside of the US. I am looking for a trusted web hosting site to sell merchandise, easily design (like drag and drop), and that doesn’t cost hundreds of dollars! I have read many reviews about other eCommerce web hosts like — 1and1.com , bigcommerce.com , verio.com , and MANY others. Can someone please tell me what you use and what is best?

  • Nick November 29, 2013 at 7:17 am

    I look forward to set up eCommerce website based in India.
    I live in India, So the website will be based in India only.
    We will sell our products only within India
    What kind of licenses/documents I need to set up ?

  • dubmecrazy3 November 29, 2013 at 6:06 pm

    This is for for my ecommerce website with my own products, departments, brand colours, logo, register with website, advertisment(affiliate to get commissions) etc. Advice would be appreicated. Thanks for helping.

  • Cpt Excelsior November 29, 2013 at 11:13 pm

    I have a guy that wants to charge $1000 to build my ecommerce website. He says that is just for the programming of the website no labor costs. Is this true? Can I get this any cheaper?

  • crzyinluv November 30, 2013 at 12:28 pm

    The set-up where if someone buys something off my website, then i order it from that company?

    What are the basic terms & conditions for an Ecommerce website that you start on your own?

  • josh12rox November 30, 2013 at 9:03 pm

    I’m thinking about starting an ecommerce business and I need to know if there are any rules or laws I should know about. For example, (my business would be for clothes that I find in thrift stores and/or clothes that I personalize myself- dying, cutting, studding, etc.) could I sell any brand of clothes I want or do I need some sort of permission from the brand?