I personally am being encouraged to try AppleCart.
I have been told that it is more search engine friendly and by the way the pages are indexed, helps you place higher in the rankings....anyone had these results with applecart or any other shopping cart without also submitting sites manually??
Why would anyone want to use AppleCart when everyone here has trashed it, said it was outdated, a basically a "piece of junk"??
All the gurus here are touting OSCommerce or ZenCart. Why would you not go that route?
Simply put, what does AppleCart have that ZenCart or OSCommerce don`t have, that you would want to buck the trend with all the gurus here?
Does AppleCart have a proven track record of success, in search engine rankings, in ease of use, in portability, and a list of current web sites that are selling stuff and have high search engines rankings?
Does AppleCart offer a total solution vs a "bits and piece" approach from other solutions?
Does AppleCart offer "support" from the designers vs an "open source" solution where you have "hit and miss" do-it-yourselfers?
If you can answer those questions, then you have your solution. (But only if you dare to think outside the box, challenge the status quo, and have the courage to withstand the "slings & arrows" that will come your way from some here at SuN.)
Remember, its not about what the folks here at SuN like - its about having a successful web site and ecommerce store.