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by | Nov 4, 2011 | Networking

Google has recently released a widget that you can add to any html page to list products and sell them. The key benefit of this is the easy integration of selling merchandise from your website as well as the easy management of products and inventory from a Google Docs Spreadsheet.

The way that it works is that whenever the spreadsheet in Google Docs is updated it automatically updates the website with price changes, new products, shipping cost and many other features instantly.

f you are looking to find a way to sell a couple products online, the Google Store Widget is a good solution that is very affordable.

Another key benefit is that Google Checkout handles all of the payment processing so that you don’t have to worry about SSL or a Merchant account.

Check out Ipoint’s demo store.