What Is WooCommerce?
Web-based open source eCommerce platform that helps in the creation of online store with themes, payment, shipping options & more.
Who Uses WooCommerce?
eCommerce platform that helps small to large sized retail outlets manage multiple customer accounts, payments, orders, inventory & store.
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Light, stable and affordable
Comments: My experience with wordpress could not be better, it is light and can be easily run on cheaper hosting.
The best quality of wordpress in front of its opponents is really the huge community that makes us find plugins for practically everything we want to do, and even when we don't find it we can find someone who is willing to do it for an affordable price.
Plugins are constantly developing and can sometimes create some incompatibilities, which is normal, but the speed with which these problems are corrected is another strength of wordpress since all systems are subject to problems but quick solutions I find with wordpress.
Needs more improvements!
Comments: You can build your e-commerce with it. But you have to be extra technical to build it. Needs improvements, definitely.
First off, WooCommerce is the first choice when it comes to fast e-commerce website. It is CMS-based, offers large library of extension for all and varied e-commerce demands, offers considerable customizability. Knows what the e-commerce industry needs. The thing that I like most about WooCommerce is it's large libraries of extensions. It's less likely that you'll ran out of options when it comes to customizing the function of your store.
Branding. When you want to customize your store to strictly follow your branding guidelines, this is where WooCommerce falters. There is not much you can do with the checkout page, cart page, thank you page, my account page and all. Extensions tend to be expensive. Even those that have simple functions. Common sense functionalities are not added. It's either you have to install a third-party plugin or buy there own extension, or code it for yourself.
This is a must have, if you have an eCommerce store
Great free option to Shopify. Actually, this must be the only option for an eCommerce starting out. I have been using them for years, with great success. If you have a WordPress site, adding WooCommerce is very easy. Most of the WordPress themes out there support WooCommerce. Also, there are great integrations with WooCommerce, like Stripe for payment processors.
Everything is very easy to use. I have nothing to complain about. Overall great platform! Congratulations to the developers, they are doing a great job!
Maybe I'll like it more when I get used to it.
We just upgraded our website off an unknown platform to Wordpress, and added WOOcommerce to the Wordpress site for our shopping cart. It's doing the job, as it has helped streamline and integrate with our shipping platform and our CRM, things that weren't possible on our previous platform.
It's been challenging to get it set up correctly, and I'm not sure if the trouble lies more with our web development company setting it up, or with glitches in WooCommerce itself. We will be switching our web services company in a few months and I plan to report back then.
A valuable tool for anyone looking to grow their online business.
Comments: I've been using WooCommerce to develop e-commerce websites for my clients, and it has been an absolute game-changer! Not only was it easy to install and integrate into my clients' sites, but it also provided a seamless and user-friendly shopping experience for their customers.
Thanks to Wordpress and WooCommerce's customization options, I was able to tailor each website to my clients' unique needs and branding, which helped them increase their overall sales and revenue. Plus, the platform's ability to handle multiple payment gateways like Stripe, Paypal, you name it, made transactions a breeze for both my clients and their customers.Overall, I highly recommend Wordpress and WooCommerce to any developer or business owner looking to take their e-commerce game to the next level. Its robust features, reliable performance, and easy integration make it a valuable tool for anyone looking to grow their online business.
While WooCommerce is an excellent plugin for building ecommerce websites, there is one drawback that I've noticed. Occasionally, the platform may require some paid/additional customization to achieve certain functionalities that some of my clients were looking for. However, this can easily be resolved by us developing certain features or by exploring the extensive library of plugins.