Content Shelf Expands Its Tools for Selling Digital Content with Store Widgets for WordPress

Content Shelf, a startup that makes it easy to sell digital products, is announcing a new feature to address the needs of millions of WordPress users — Store Widgets for WordPress.

Knoxville, TN (PRWEB) October 10, 2013

Setting up a professional storefront with a WordPress web site or blog has just gotten a whole lot easier thanks to the Store Widgets for WordPress feature from ContentShelf.com. Getting started is free and set up is a snap. After creating a store, all a store owner has to do is copy and paste a code snippet to the page or post where the store widget is to appear. As site visitors view the site, they can easily add items to their cart, and can either continue on through the site, or checkout using a dedicated PCI Compliant checkout page.

With Store Widgets, site owners get a dedicated look and feel to their storefront experience because Add to Cart, View Cart, and Sample Buttons are directly integrated to the page, keeping the site visitor in the familiar surroundings of the web site or blog. Upon checkout, site visitors are transferred to a customizable checkout page that allows them to pay the site owner directly using a number of payment options, including credit cards and PayPal.

Content Shelf is extremely flexible and enables its clients to sell digital content, tangible products, services, and subscriptions. Pricing is affordable and the first 30 days of service are offered for free.

To learn more about Content Shelf and its Store Widgets, visit ContentShelf.com and take a Store Widget test drive in a real WordPress web site by visiting StoreWidget.net.

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About Content Shelf

Content Shelf is E-Commerce Shopping Cart Software for selling digital content, tangible products, services, and subscriptions. Content Shelf is privately funded and based in Knoxville, Tennessee. Contact Tiffany White at media(at)contentshelf(dot)com for inquiries or press kits.


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