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Is Woocommerce good for creating an eCommerce store?

Discussion in 'eCommerce' started by spyindiaankur, May 3, 2014.

  1. Beth Fields

    Beth Fields Peon

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    #21
    wooCommerce is ok but you can check also Opencart they are well design especially if your store build from small to medium size of company Opencart offers lots of feautures and user friendly especially now their latest version is coming soon.
    SEMrush
     
    Beth Fields, Aug 8, 2014 IP
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    #22
    For a small scale online ecommerce site, Woocommerce based site is just fine. It comes with relevant extensions and plugins which can enhance your online store. For a more robust online store, go for Magento. For less hassle online store, you can try shopify.
     
    harakiri, Aug 9, 2014 IP
  3. pratikpise92

    pratikpise92 Greenhorn

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    #23
    yes woocommerce is the best platform i have tried.. i like its scalability and power to modify.. providing free ecommerce design services.. pm me if you are interested..
     
    pratikpise92, Aug 11, 2014 IP
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    #24
    Hi,

    You can use Word press Woo commerce, if you site is with light weight products.
    If your site is with heavy weight products with more attributes, options then you can go for Prestashop or Magento.

    But Woo commerce is best shopping cart with number of plugins and options.It has different type payment plugins too.
     
    xhtmlchamps, Aug 13, 2014 IP
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    #25
    WooCommerce will be nice if you are beginner in the scene. It is so popular that there are a lot of add ons for WooCommerce itself. If you want to go professional, OpenCart, PrestaShop, Magento etc will suffice.
     
    Veer#, Aug 14, 2014 IP
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    #26
    Commerce is so friendly and I think professional as well
     
    Pascalito, Dec 28, 2015 IP
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    #28
    Yes WooCommerce is Good for For Creating an eCommerce Store but I think its not good for High Volume Products.
     
    sk2oct, Dec 31, 2015 IP
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    #28
    imo, why not try various alternatives like X-cart or Magento - little coding skills is a must
     
    Commoner, Jan 1, 2016 IP
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    #29
    Woocommerce is really cool and easy for thevery begginer, but if you want to develop your shop you will see that there are a lot of expensive plugins for it. So that i advice you to use Magento, where there are a lot of extension, which are already built in. It's really more expensive then Woocommerce, but has more benefits too. For example, they are bright designs and themes, friendly interface, this cms was created especially for ecommerce stores etc. If you have additional qiestions about Magento and its benefits - would be glad to answer.
     
    Roman_Y., Feb 1, 2016 IP
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    123eCommerce Greenhorn

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    #30
    I would suggest AbanteCart or Magento if you have more resource or money.
     
    123eCommerce, Feb 1, 2016 IP
  11. Paresh Shrimali

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    #31
    Its a good but Magento platforms is best as per my experience.
     
    Paresh Shrimali, Mar 8, 2016 IP
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    #32
    If you want to build a big store, go for Magento. Otherwise, WooCommerce would be fine.
     
    chellosp, Mar 10, 2016 IP
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    bpshbp Active Member

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    #33
    Woocommerce is good for creating an eCommerce store

    Check my past Woocommerce Projects
    http://aussieblokesclothes.com.au
    Please feel free to contact me anytime via e-mail at , or on Skype at bpshbp if you need my help to build a big store,



     
    bpshbp, Mar 11, 2016 IP
  14. Matthew Owl

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    #34
    I don't know what requirements do you have. If you are beginner with the small e-store and you like WordPress, I think woocomerce will be ok. Otherwise...try maybe Magento or PrestaShop? Good luck!
     
    Matthew Owl, Mar 15, 2016 IP