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Shopify or woocommerce?

Discussion in 'Site Flipping' started by Nicololo, Jun 3, 2019.

  1. userAnonyme

    userAnonyme BANNED BANNED

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    I'm voting for woo, because this plateform is totally free.
     
  2. timothywcrane

    timothywcrane Power Member

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    Woocommerce... add CiviCRM, jitsi-meet and an email server behind the WP and now you have a psuedo-enterprise system... find a company to resell the upkeep through and add on a service contract and you're good to go... Site sale + recurring upkeep revenue.
     
  3. MasterSocial

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    Go with woo in my opinion. It's not as difficult as it may seem and you can always ask for technical support if you need it. Whereas shopify is expensive and it depends on your goals really. If you plan to generate $300 per month than shopify is not for you.
     
  4. Arcanum666

    Arcanum666 Newbie

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    I use bigcommerce only $30 p/m and they didn’t take a cut of your sales, and you don’t have to use Wordpress...
     
  5. DanDD

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    save the hassle and go for shopify..
     
  6. augustwu

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    The best one is opencart
     
  7. YujinTan

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    interesting actually I just noticed my theme for my site got Woocommerce , just that i dont know how to do the necessary stuffs

    also come products , and customers ask for refunds if goods they don't like etc how it done etc...and orders how the delivery go etc misc factors
     
  8. neo91

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    I'm a little worried about using GPL vault plugins on an ecommerce site where you'll be dealing with customer payment info.
     
  9. lawal lekan

    lawal lekan Newbie

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    Great man i love it
     
  10. steroidjoe

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    Shopify is a bizsnatch because they ban you without transparent reason. With Woo, you don't have spies if you have a winning product, but I believe any ideal product on Ali has been tried on FB by now.
     
  11. MicroLeaf

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    I genuinely prefer Woocommerce just because it's easy to use and highly customisable with plugins. Then again, I've been using it for years.
     
  12. nova6

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    Woocommerce for sure. It's highly customizable and I think it's cheaper than Shopify if you're an webmaster. The paygates on Shopify can also be used in Woocommerce