Discussion in 'eCommerce' started by Shinjiru, Aug 11, 2017.
So far what is the best E-commerce apps that you have been using?
its really hard to beat Wordpress + WooCommerce at this point.
you can get up & running for free, quality is top notch, and you have a massive ecosystem of users/support/mods/tutorials to help you out.
Best E-commerce apps:
4. Grofers... etc
One of those is an ecommerce app. Three are online stores, and Paytm is a payment system.
For online shopping, I prefer Amazon and eBay. As for hotel accommodation, my to go to app is Trivago and Agoda.
I think the OP was asking what are the best apps for eCom (WooCommerce, Magento, OpenCart, etc.), but most likely he just made a generic question to advertise the link on his sig.
The same applies to so many posts I've seen recently. They often have very similar attributes:
- Avatar from a game or anime.
- Recently joined.
- "Fluff" or generic replies, often with little attention paid to what was really asked or the replies of others.
- Sometimes responses from a Google search they try to summarize without real knowledge of the subject matter.
- They are in Indian sub-continent or Asian countries.
They have no real intention of contributing to this community and disappear after a handful of posts. Its a waste of time for me when I check the forums and see there's a response in an interesting topic. Then it turns out to be one of those crap posts, ugh!
I agree, it's my biggest pet hate at the moment. There are tens of thousands of posts of the kind you've described sitting in trash but sometimes it's hard to know where to draw the line.
Agree with this part.
Sometimes I report posts, sometimes I'll leave a passive-aggressive reply...
But often I just ignore & move on cause I'm not sure how strict TAZ really is.
I'd like to think TAZ takes a fairly balanced approach which I agree is not always obvious from a user point of view. However I'd guestimate we deny something in the region of 50-100 suspect registrations for every one that we let through. Occasionally I take a chance and sometimes I get it wrong but it's usually not immediately apparent and as time goes by it gets more difficult to deal with that mistake.
I don't envy that task. This type of site is naturally going to draw the crowd who've read an outdated article about spamming forums for SEO purposes, and then start hitting every webmaster, admin and tech forum they can find.
These are not the e-commerce apps but those are platforms. I think OP was referring to WordPress based WooCommerce, Magento, Opencart, zen cart type plugins and the platforms.
I think the best as blog is wordpress because is easy to configuring. For an ecommerce maybe opencart or magento. I did a magento website but the server requires more performance. Opencart in Italy is used for many pharmacies. Wordpress need many plugins to work goog but to do better you need to know what you do as SEO or Optimization.
I use Magento and OpenCart.
What are your thoughts on Magento? I've known Magento via APKNite and have developed and managed 3 sites in Magento 1. They all seemed like a good fit in the beginning but as time went on and extensions had to be added, the sites fell apart.