Good shopping carts for wordpress?

Discussion in 'eCommerce' started by itommy, Apr 26, 2015.

  1. itommy

    itommy Aspirant

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    Any one recommend me any good shopping carts for wordpress?

    I am wanting to add a shopping cart into my wordpress blog, it's possible?
     
  2. Lisa

    Lisa The Black Widow

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  3. PoetJC

    PoetJC ❤ Jacq Owns The Beanstalk ❤

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    Will echo WooCommerce. Great WP plugin. Also - it's the most used WP ecommerce modification. As such, the WP community has supplied a lot of additional free and premium functionality via 3rd party plugins. Anyway. Happy and satisfied WooCommerce user here.

    J.
     
  4. BetaSparkUK

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    As people have stated above, we use WooCommerce, no branding from them what so ever.
    Speedy checkout and really easy and simple to use and modify.
     
  5. Hentai

    Hentai Enthusiast

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    I use WooCommerce extensively simply because the number of addons, modifications, and themes that support it.

    Userbase begets userbase, so for WP based solutions WooCommerce is usually my go-to choice for the above stated reasons.
     
  6. yasarA

    yasarA Neophyte

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    wp commerce plugins are best one, always use a premium version it has a more option in backend
     
  7. AllanD

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    I have tried woocommrce and WP easycart both are good but in the end I like WP easycart much better. I went ahead and paid for it and now currently changing over from Zencart.
     
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  8. PoetJC

    PoetJC ❤ Jacq Owns The Beanstalk ❤

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    Wow. It's sort of expensive in comparison to the free WooCommerce.
    What made you choose WP Easycart as opposed to WC? What functionality enhancements does the Easycart script have over WC that made you purchase a license. And if you don't mind - can you share your WP site link? Anyway - thanks for the info share. As much as I've worked with WordPress - This is the first I've heard of Easycart? Probably because cheapskate is my middle name - But everyone likes free stuff right?... LOL

    J.
     
  9. AllanD

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    what I needed to setup with shipping and other things were paid upgrades to woocommerce whereas they part of WPeasycart when you purchased it. It was cheaper to go with easycart then pay for the woocommerce addons. I still in middle of changing over from Zencart so nothing to show as of know.
     
  10. PoetJC

    PoetJC ❤ Jacq Owns The Beanstalk ❤

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    Ah okay! Makes sense. It's a reason why TAZ recently changed to the Siropu chatbox. The previous chatbox had a few features which are billed as premium add-ons for Taigachat. Siropu Chat actually comes with those 'premium add-ons' as default functionality. So - in the long-run it wasn't only a less expensive option to use Siropu - but also it's less add-on installs required. Question: if your project didn't require any Woocommerce add-ons - would you still have chosen WP Easycart?

    J.
     
  11. AllanD

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    I would say yes it very easy to use and adding products and shipping is awesome.
     
  12. Alisha Walter

    Alisha Walter Aspirant

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    there are many shopping carts for wordpress like WooCommerce, Shopp, MarketPress, Cart66, etc.
     
  13. JamesMc88

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    I'd recommend using either WooCommerce or Shopify as eCommerce engines. But that depends on the project itself and whether you're eager to spend an extra dollar on an eshopping solution. From my experience, both of these eCommerce platforms are great for small and medium businesses.
    If you take Shopify - mind that it is a hosted solution that has an inbuilt responsive design, but you have to pay for it. That's why you're given like a 14 day trial period within which you have to create an online store. Compared to WooCommerce, it has more extensions and other stuff, but the thing is that basically you have to start paying for their services, regardless of whether you have sales or not...
    As for Woocommerce, it is absolutely charge free and WordPress-compatible eCommerce plugin, there's lots of design options for it which are easily accessible. It's not hosted, this is why you're in full control of a resource you're putting up. Although its obvious drawbacks are the need of fine-tuning it to get the appearance you want for your store. So, if you don't have much experience with that, this can be a bit difficult. So you might actually hire a specialist for this. If you have a WordPress site already I would definitely recommend WooCommerce.
     
  14. TheGamingRow

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    I use woocommerce, really like it and there are a lot of adons for it.
     
  15. Joeychgo

    Joeychgo TAZ Administrator

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    Ive heard alot of good things about woocommerce.
     
  16. PeterH

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    WooCommerce.
    Cart66.
    WP Ecommerce.
    Marketpress.
     
  17. leonhamper

    leonhamper Neophyte

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    You can try Cart66 or PayPal Shopping Cart. What I like about Cart66 is it support both digital and physical products and you can also include taxes and discount before the customer checks out. For PayPal Shopping Cart, it is free but there are transaction fees.
     
  18. SarbjitGrewal

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    WooCommerce is the best plugin for eCommerce integration in WordPress blog.
     
  19. mausin12991

    mausin12991 Aspirant

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    For WordPress Ecommerce, WooCommerce is the best choice without a doubt. It's widely used WordPress ecommerce plugin.
     
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