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Vendevor is the first all-in-one E-commerce solution that allows you to quickly setup a store on your existing website, blog, Facebook fan page, or store, upload products from your phone, tablet or computer, and immediately accept credit cards with sales deposited straight to your bank account. Selling online has never been easier.

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  1. Set up an account at
  2. On, click the “Publish” tab and select the “Website/Blog” tile
  3. Authorize your blog’s domain ( for example), and then copy the WordPress embed code you wish to use
  4. Upload to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory on your WordPress site (or install through the WordPress Plugins Directory).
  5. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  6. Place the embed code you copied in step 3 in the page you want your Vendevor store to show up and save the page. Your embed code will look like [vendevor authcode=”(code)”]
  7. You’re done! Your Vendevor store should now be viewable in your WordPress site. All changes you make on Vendevor, including store design changes and product changes, are automatically reflected in your WordPress site.


What is required to use the Vendevor plugin?

You only need to set up a Vendevor account and upload the products you want to sell and you’re all set to drop your store into your website.

Where can I get more information?

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How can I contact Vendevor?

Call us at 1-800-356-6414 or email for help anytime.

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