WooCommerce Software


 

WooCommerce is an e-commerce management plugin for WordPress. It is designed for small and midsize businesses and offers website management, order management, customer management, sales optimization and cost calculation within a suite. The product allows users to sell both physical as well as digital goods online.

WooCommerce features website management, which allows users to create e-commerce websites using customizable themes, product-page layouts and checkout-page designs. The product also features order management, which allows users to manage customer checkouts, refunds and return-orders.

WooCommerce features shipping cost and sales tax management, which allows users to calculate taxes based on sales volumes and local tax regulations. The product also allows users to manage different shipping methods, such as pickup, local delivery and shipping services.

WooCommerce provides an online forum, FAQs, a knowledge base and video tutorial support options to the customers. The vendor partners with PayPal and Stripe for payment integration functionality.

 

WooCommerce - Checkout page design
 
  • WooCommerce - Checkout page design
    Checkout page design
  • WooCommerce - Subscription management
    Subscription management
  • WooCommerce - Amazon Pay integration
    Amazon Pay integration
  • WooCommerce - Variable checkout page
    Variable checkout page
Supported Operating System(s):
Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 10

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Ardi from Samsara
Specialty: Other
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

July 2018

July 2018

Best Online Shop Plugins

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Pros

The function is really easy to understand, Easy to set up. Best plugins when you want to start an online shop in WordPress.

Cons

The extension is costly for small business. And sometimes plugin is getting an error and the customer services nobody is there to help.

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hussain from 7vals
Specialty: Other
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

May 2018

May 2018

best plugin for online shop

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Pros

woocommerce is the best e-commerce plugin I have used so far. It has a very few easy steps to set things up and after that you are good to go.
you just need to put all your details. It has options of calculating shipping amount instantly. you can also choose have various payment methods.

Cons

although the basic version of woocommerce plugin is free to use but in order to do certain things you need to buy add-ons which can be very costly for small businesses.

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Stan from Jurgens
Specialty: Jewelry
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

April 2018

April 2018

Using Woocommerce

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Best eCommerce solution for businesses that just need a website and not a full time web department.

Pros

Just started using with Wordpress. Easy for my supervisor to manage products after I set everything up.

Cons

The array of addons can be bewildering at first but that turns out to be plus. There are two many built in options that should be addons in the first place.

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Fonnique from Frame Of Reference Ltd
Specialty: Other
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

March 2018

March 2018

Woocommerce is very useful.

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As good as it gets. WooCommerce includes all the SEO options you need. From my experience the backend for cart had a considerable amount of add-on and features, which was very useful in building our checkout.

Cons

the con of WooCommerce is that it is not as user friendly as I would have hoped. the learning curve is very steep. I also find that a lot of add-on are needed to get to my ultimate result.

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Mitch from Bay Town Creative
Specialty: Other
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

March 2018

March 2018

Fantastic, but do the math first

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I love WooCommerce and often recommend it, but that recommendation always comes with caveats about the unseen costs and troubles. It may seem like the best solution but it might not always be the best solution. It also integrates easily with Printful, which is always a plus for me.

Pros

WooComerce is my favorite WP shop so far. The basic plug in offers almost everything most shops needs to get up and running and it offers enough free upgrades to make your shop feel pretty complete.

Cons

The biggest con for WooCommerce is that getting anything above the basics can be costly and means you need to be ready to have a fairly hefty overhead if you want to build out anything past the basics as most advanced packages have recurring costs in the hundreds of dollars annually. The other draw back (for any wp, self hosted shop) is that you have to make sure you have your wp secure, maintained and compliant if you are going to be running a shop of any size. Payment Gateways help but since the cart is hosted on your site you should be sure to set yourself up properly, which can again lead to some unexpected costs and headaches you may have been hoping to avoid by hosting your own wp-shop.

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April from Colette Malouf, Inc.
Specialty: Manufacturing and wholesale
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

March 2018

March 2018

WooCommerce Pros and Cons

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WooCommerce is a plugin for WordPress, and it cannot be run with out WordPress.

Pros

Free to download and install for Word-Press based e-commerce sites. No monthly fees. Also able to customize with themes and extensions. The more advanced themes / extensions cost . Able to integrate with PayPal, which is easier than setting up a merchant account. Additional payment gateways are available as extensions.

Cons

Your will still have to create your e-commerce store, and purchase a domain name / web hosting / etc. The extension costs can add up. WooThemes work best with WooCommerce. Customer support can be slow.

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Waseem from Freelance
Specialty: Ecommerce
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

February 2018

February 2018

The best eCommerce software in the world!

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I've been using WooCommerce for many years and it's always my go-to software for any project eCommerce related.

Pros

- It's FREE
- Insanely powerful - can be used for a little shop or a massive store with 100's of products
- Integrates with almost any software you can think off
- Highly customizable
- The WooCommerce community is huge and help is just a quick Google search away

Cons

- It's difficult to give a con for WooCommerce but if I had to I would say that for an absolute beginner, it can be a bit difficult to use and to get used to but that difficulty disappears quickly after using it for a little while.

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Mike from James Publishing
Specialty: Other
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

February 2018

February 2018

Powerful E-commerce Interface

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We've enjoyed WooCommerce during the last few years and have found it to be a solid e-commerce solution for our business. The system continues to improve and grow and we would recommend it to any companies looking for a powerful, customizable platform from which to launch their online sales and manage their customer base.

Pros

WooCommerce forms the backbone of our e-commerce website and we've been using it for around five years at this point. It handles a high quantity of orders with ease and its customization options are so far-reaching that if you can dream of a plugin for the system, it probably already exists or is under development somewhere (this may have something to do with its integration into Wordpress). Recently, we've been utilizing the Subscriptions feature to more accurately manage our customers' accounts, and this feature is particularly useful for recurring transactions. Coupons are easy to create and keep track of and WooCommerce can also be linked to external systems for more accurate monetary calculations and other relevant business features.

Cons

Reporting within the system does leave something to be desired. We've found that the reporting dashboard is fairly limited, particularly for more advanced metrics that can be found in systems like Quickbooks. However, as noted above, the system can be linked to other systems using plugins and various connectors, so it's possible to extract that detailed sales data if need be. On occasion the sheer amount of customization options can be overwhelming, as well, though this is a better problem to have than a system with too few options. The various plugins just need to be managed in a coherent fashion to ensure site stability.

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Brian from My Solution Advocate
Specialty: Ecommerce
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

February 2018

February 2018

WooCommerce gets us paid on TIME!

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WooCommerce is the go to platform for e commerce.

Pros

This is a great payment solution for our wordpress websites. They have never failed at processing our payments and offer solutions for multiple transaction levels. In all honesty, they are the only company I know that handles this because I have never looked any further. Enjoy it.

Cons

Some price increases and hikes for more specialty services and features, but thats expected. Everyone has to make money.

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Urs from Velago
Specialty: Furniture and home decor
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

December 2017

December 2017

Great for plugins and features

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Pros

The abundance of plugins gives you a solution for almost any problem out there. Easy to use and implement.

Cons

The downside is support. Sometimes plugins cause problems and then nobody is there to help. Product variations are an issue for us, since custom attributes cannot be used on variation level.

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Eric from EHC Media, Inc
Specialty: Ecommerce
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

December 2017

December 2017

WooCommerce is a great shopping cart solution for WordPress Users

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Open source software offers the benefit of lower cost than most commercial software and a majority of websites are developed using WordPress, which is one of the most widely used open source content management systems. WooCommerce is consistently rated among the top shopping cart solutions for WordPress. As a professional web developer it is my "Go To" e-commerce solution for my customers who are using WordPress. You can have a great looking site done in a day.

Pros

Ease of installation, Huge number of add-on modules. Numerous payment gateways. Easy to integrate shipping. Ability to generate product feeds for Google Adwords, Amazon, and Bing shopping.

Cons

Many of the premium modules require annual subscriptions so you do need to be aware of the cost when comparing open source software to an off the shelf shopping cart solution. (a good developer will be able to help you determine what your costs will be before you get started).

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Pamela from NextGen Marketing, LLC
Specialty: Other
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

December 2017

December 2017

WooCommerce Popular, but a few kinks

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Easy to use and straight-forward. Would recommend.

Pros

Very easy plugins for WordPress sites. Straight-forward and user friendly. Easy to add products, add pictures, set coupon codes, cross sell items.

Cons

A bit clunky in it's appearance on certain websites, especially with the "buttons". Seems to conflict with certain WP themes and had issues with the checkout and using the Square plugin as opposed to the default, Stripe, for payment processing.

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Barbara from Angel Cross Design Co
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

October 2018

October 2018

Woo POS is great

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It's a great compliment to Woo Commerce, easy to use and cost effective.

Cons

It's a little clunkier than Square, but it still works.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Greg from SpringField Payments
Number of employees: 1 employee Employees number: 1 employee

September 2018

September 2018

The best overall E-Commerce Option

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Pros

Being the number one e-commerce plugin means that you can easily find add-ons, fixes, and other plugins that work with WooCommerce. The price is also a big plus.

Cons

When you are building a more complex site you often have to have multiple plugins to accomplish what you want or customize the code. The other things is that the shipping calculation options are not as robust as I would like.

Review Source: GetApp
 

Igor

September 2018

September 2018

The cheapest way to make a scalable profesional e-commerce page

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Its free expandable through plugins and with a HUGE community working behind it allowing for almost any changes or additional features you need for your e-commerce to be implemmented using plugins, compatible with most recent free and premium themes and wordpress plugins.

Cons

When you start to stacking plugins over plugins to solve all the small missing features or changes you want, your site's complexity start to grow and sometimes is very difficult to optimize it so you have a good performance out of it, a good server and some caches are essential.

Review Source: GetApp
 


September 2018

September 2018

Best eCommerce for WordPress hands-down, but prepare to pay for most customizations

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When it comes to choosing the right eCommerce platform for WordPress, it's the most rock-solid, safest choice for any long term use based on my experience from over a dozen store launches.

- The plugin is frequently updated, compatible and tightly integrated with WordPress (as WooCommerce was purchased by WordPress' parent company in 2015)
- The core WooCommerce plugin is freely available to install, which would work for many small, generic storefronts.
- Offers the largest selection of third-party plugins/extensions available for WordPress ecommerce.
- Wide out-of-the-box support with popular third-party WordPress themes.
- Relatively easy and fast to set up, with good documentation; offers a few free starter themes via the WooCommerce store.
- If you're willing to pay, WooCommerce can do just about anything and integrates with almost anything.
- The WooCommerce core plugin is built mostly barebones (using extensions to add functionality), which brings better speed and less bugs.
- Good customer service support and detailed documentation for their paid WooCommerce add-on extensions.
- Offers very powerful Zapier support (requires a paid add-on).

I've never had any point where I've considered using another online store platform with WordPress, or even one of the many non-WordPress hosted ecommerce website subscription solutions.

Cons

- WooCommerce extensions are surprisingly expensive and also subscription-based, requiring an annual fee. Inexpensive third-party alternatives exist, but there is risk involved.
- Building an extended "platform" such as a membership site / offering subscriptions (for example) can require multiple paid WooCommerce add-ons that rack up hundreds of dollars in annual fees.
- WooCommerce mobile app tools do exist, but do not offer much functionality beyond sales reports.
- Highly customized WordPress stores using a lot of plugins are at an increased risk to see major conflicts and performance degradation, and troubleshooting can be difficult.

Review Source: GetApp
 

Kevin Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

September 2018

September 2018

The Best Way To Get Paid On Your Wordpress e-commerce store

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So many plugins that makes the end-user and administrator happy. You can get complete analytics for sales, abandoned carts, and integrate custom email campaigns with Woocommerce. Set up is easy with a low learning curve as when you first install the plugin it immediately shoots you into a quick start setup. There are tons of tutorials online that make Woocommerce more efficient as well as resolving issues a snap.

Cons

Depending on your hosting resource limits adding Woocommerce can slow down the performance of your website.

Review Source: GetApp
 

Joseph from QT Toys
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

August 2018

August 2018

What it lacks in looks it makes up for in brains and function

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I run a toy shop with thousands of SKUs, WooPOS is really a great solution. The forum support is great.

Pros

I like the fact that WooPOS basically does everything any other POS system can do but at an affordable price and the fact that it can be run offline. As a business that does so much business in its brick and mortar store, I hate the fact that a lot of other systems require me not just to be dependent on their servers availability but also on my own broadband company's competence and let's not forget, the PC that the system runs on! How many times have you gone to a store only to be told that the system is down? I'm glad that essentially, the real thing I have to worry about is my own hardware.

Cons

Let's not beat around the bush, WooPOS is pretty ugly. It could do with some modernising and some nicer buttons.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Ty from Premier Learning Solutions
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

August 2018

August 2018

No easier way to align your inventory

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If you have a web presence as well as brick and mortar, using WooPOS is a no-brainer. When my buddy expanded an online business and opened up his shop, the first step we took was moving his site to WordPress. I have years of experience with WooCommerce, so we gave WooPOS a shot too and it's made his life so much easier. The headache he anticipated from managing inventory between both, is nonexistent.

Cons

There's nothing to complain about here. From inventory management to order entry and fulfillment, WooPOS makes every process seamless, for customers and business owners alike.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Alyssa from NDMS
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

August 2018

August 2018

WooPOS Review

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We have a plugin for WooCommerge for USAePay and several clients are using it successfully. There are kinks with the initial integration as there are refund issues, but that's a one off and is in no way a reflection of WooCommerce.

Pros

This system requires a very simple, user friendly integration. You do not need to be a tech or web dev to get started with WooCommerce. The all in one system is perfect for a small business just getting started.

Cons

I didn't get the best experience when in need of support. I had creached on behalf of a client and the rep who assisted was not very helpful.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Josh from Empowered Life Stores
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

August 2018

August 2018

WooCommerce

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Ease of integration with Wordpress. Great ecommerce platform with simple steps. The YouTube training videos provide everything I needed to launch a successful website. I used the extra theme with woocommerce and integrated all types of plugins for simple operation. There are hundreds of plugins available.

Cons

Difficult to resize photos inside the product edit. Bulk editing is limited - attributes requires a line by line adjustment.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Liz from Liz Wade Photography
Number of employees: 1 employee Employees number: 1 employee

August 2018

August 2018

WooCommerce: Awesome Free Selling Platform

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Overall, I definitely recommend WooCommerce. It's a free, professional solution to selling products online. Even if you're selling services like I am, instead of physical products, you'll still get what you need out of the platform.

Pros

The biggest pro's, to me, of WooCommerce are: it's free, it's customizable, and it works smoothly once it has been set up. I am a photographer and I use it to sell photo packages on my website. I've never encountered issues with payments. On the front end, it looks professional and clean. On the back end, it has all the features you will need: inventory control, automated processing, SEO, shipping options, etc.

Cons

The con's of WooCommerce, to me, are: it isn't the easiest platform to learn to use, and and customer support is limited. But, this is the case within much of the world of Wordpress. Also, certain customizations may not be built in, and you'll have to do a bit of digging to find plugins or CSS to manipulate the software to your taste.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Joshua from Sutherland Global Services
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

August 2018

August 2018

Incredibly flexible and feature rich

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We are a 50% service 50% retail sales business with a very broad inventory of specialized parts and supplies. It's not just that WooPOS was the best option. They were literally the ONLY software that could address our laundry list of requirements. Support is insanely fast. Responses to support request emails are under 1/2 hour and resolution of problems is handled within a few hours.

Pros

Seamless interface with our web store and healthy support for our hybrid service/retail brick and mortar operations

Cons

I'm not sure I have any thing to dislike. Every time I have an issue it is either me doing some thing wrong or it is addressed quickly.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Dave from Mazdatrix Inc.
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

August 2018

August 2018

Early review of WooPOS

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Great

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CUSTOMER SUPPORT has been fantastic. I really do not remember ANY software "support" for anything that has been this great.
I realize this is not about the "software" (which seems to be great , but we have a lot more to do / test), but when I could get such helpful AND timely responses to my questions it just made everything better.
The main (sole) reason we went with POS was the astounding lack of software for, what we consider, mandatory inventory control. POS seems to have all we need.

Cons

Have not found anything significant yet - but we still have a LONG way to go.

Review Source: Capterra
 


August 2018

August 2018

Best POS we've found

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Great. It's been a huge boon to our business.

Pros

This POS can do just about anything. If it can't, the developers will work with you to customize the POS. They do charge you for their time, but it is worth it when the customization is important to your company. Other, out-of-the-box POS software developers won't do that for you, even for a fee. They may add your suggestion to a feature list, and then 5 years down the road add your idea as a feature. If there is an issue, the developers of this POS take care of it in a matter of minutes to hours. Not days or weeks.

Cons

As a newer software, we have run into bugs that needed to be ironed out. However, those bugs were fixed almost instantaneously. You just have to let the developers know.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Jhonathan

August 2018

August 2018

Not the best eCommerce platform

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The plans are cheaper than most e-commerce places. If your familiar with word press you might like using woocommerce

Cons

There are better platforms out there. I didn't have good experiences with woo commerce. The plugins are horrible 3rd party apps. Customer support was hard to reach. The overall design of the platform is old and outdated. The setting is hard to find and order management is horrible. Product input is just cluttered with useless things wanting you to buy this and that to make your product pop. Variation is a nightmare having to add variations one by one.

Review Source: GetApp
 


August 2018

August 2018

Overall product is very good

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Online commerce

Pros

This product is free out of the box and offers a ton of functionality that can be added to your site.

Cons

They kind of nickel and dime you for additional software to be added to the product. Look for 3rd party add-ons.

Review Source: Capterra
 


July 2018

July 2018

Woocommerce is great... if you have the perfect team to manage it. It is customizable but takes work

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Woocommerce is very flexible. You can run a perfectly customized website that runs smoothly and moves a lot of product.

Cons

Woocommerce can get clunky. If you get too many records in your database it can slow down your website immensely. You also have to buy plugins to get the features you want. You might even need a full time developer.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Brandon from Quite Right Records

July 2018

July 2018

WooCommerce is great!

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Fantastic for startups, great to get new stores going with little to no cost.

Pros

With WooCommerce initially being free without any monthly costs upfront, that is always a huge piece when making a decision for what to go with. It's got a great community of developers, plugins and tutorials for you to be able to get everything up and running.

Cons

The learning curve is a lot larger than say with Shopify, but you don't have the upfront costs and monthly fee's, which helps especially with a new business. Besides that though, everything else is great!

Review Source: Capterra
 


July 2018

July 2018

I have setup and implemented WooCommerce for a nonprofit selling its curriculum.

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With us assortments it's assorment of add-ons, I found it easy to solve all the problems that I have faced. I like that the base of WooCommerce is free and you only have to pay when you need special circumstances.

Cons

While it's not wooCommerces fault, I found it a little difficult to make the software match our business practices. This is likely unique to the organization, however

Review Source: Capterra
 


July 2018

July 2018

Woocommerce is woocommerce - it could be better, but it could be worse...

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Woocommerce is super easy to set up and I have build dozens of sites using it as our ecommerce plugin. Right out of the box its great if you want a simple set up.

Cons

Once you decide to add some frills to your shop, this is where Woo tends to fall short. A million plugins later and you're left with a pretty bloated shop. I wish more was bundled!

Review Source: Capterra
 

Aisha

July 2018

July 2018

WooCommerce is the best WordPress Plugin

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WooCommerce is easy to setup and use on your CMS. Once you install the plugin the pages are automatically created for you.

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There are no cons to this plugin that I can think of. I have used it for years and I love it. There is no other eCommerce solution that you will need.

Review Source: GetApp
 
 
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