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Best solution for ecommerce site ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Nut-Nights, Aug 23, 2014.

  1. Nut-Nights

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    I want to create ecommerce website, But i am confused between plugins. Which is better ? Woo commerce or OPencart ?

    Any suggestions ?
     
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    I use woocomerce for a leading site. The plugins make it simple to use plus many dropshippers have API's that pretty much automate all processes.

    I agree with the comment below - Magento is by far superior

    However if you're doing a trial run woocomerce can be ran on shared hosting and is dirt cheap and the plugins can be found anywhere.
     
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    Put it this way, woocommerce is more of a toy for kids; use it if you either have just one product or very very few or simply prefer its simplicity.
    Opencart, magento and all of those are eCommerce solutions allow you to really bend things and go a lot further. HUGE brands use magento, opencart and prestashop, so if you are looking for something more professional; go with any of those.
     
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    OPencart is Good for start up and then Go advance ? I mean all basic things for start up are free ? I am new to this.