I've owned my own business for nearly three years, offering doula services locally. I've expanded to offer natural products that are made in america and that are made by mamas and family owned businesses... and I really think that I may want to expand online too.... but not sure where/how to start.... is it better to use a set ecommerce site? How can I affordably do this? I don't have a ton of capitol and just invested most of it into the products I've got to sell locally. But expanding really does seem like the right next step... my heart is feeling called, and I think my shop "voice" is true and strong.
So, from anyone experienced, all advice and feedback is appreciated. :)
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