E-Commerce · Wordpress plugins

What are the best e-commerce / shopping cart wordpress plugins.

Brian Moran Senior Director Product Management at Savi Technology

November 14th, 2014

I need to add a shopping cart/ e-commerce functionality to my website booleangirl.org. I'm looking at the wordpress plugins. Anyone have experience with the plugins. Any recommendations or advice?

Alen

November 14th, 2014

James for experienced developer is not problem.
Lets help this man not try to sell him service, or this website will become job posting site ok .
Linda  was tell you god plugin woo commerce is great.

http://www.vandelaydesign.com/ecommerce-plugins/
http://www.ecwid.com/

Alen

November 14th, 2014

is your website on WordPress platform ?

James Hipkin CEO, Managing Director at Red8 Interactive

November 14th, 2014

We use WooCommerce in most situations. Cart66 is also an excellent choice that we've used on occasion. But what are you planning to sell? Easy Digital Doenloads may be all you need. Or are you planning to take payments for girls who plan to attend camps? Be careful that you don't try to kill a house fly with a house. Ecommerce plugins are powerful and can be a challenge (expensive) to set up, even for experienced developers. Contact me and I will be happy to discuss you options and put you in touch with a developer who can help you see you vision through. 

Linda Pelekoudas Founder || Organizational Architect at Strategy and Design Solutions

November 14th, 2014

Hello Brian,

The simple answer is that woo commerce is the easiest and most widely used e commerce plugin for WordPress.  If you need help setting it up just ask.

Good luck and by the way - I love what you are doing for those girls.  Let me know if I can help you.

Regards, Linda

Michael Wei at Abbott Vascular Structural Heart

November 14th, 2014

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Eric Bernal Co-Founder, Director of Web Development & Design

November 14th, 2014

I have tried WooCommerce and not a huge fan. If you want a real powerful e-commerce solution I would try out Shopify. It is an amazing platform and fun to work with and easy to customize. If your primary goal is selling online, I would focus on picking a platform that is focused on that first, rather than trying to pick something that is crammed into WordPress. I love the user experience of Shopify, and they do a ton of research into e-commerce and selling online. They are much better at e-commerce than WooCommerce. So it all depends on what your primary goals are.

Your design is clean and elegant that it would be easy to create a template for it on Shopify - http://www.shopify.com/

John Feland Accidental Data Scientist and Ardent Customer Advocate

November 14th, 2014

We've had some success with WooCommerce. We've integrated it with InfusionSoft to help with the marketing automation and actually use InfusionSoft's checkout. The only issue has been with the styling of the shopping cart. We actually had to use a multitheme plugin to style the ecommerce separate from the rest of the site. Still a work in progress but people can actually buy items!

James Hipkin CEO, Managing Director at Red8 Interactive

November 14th, 2014

Allen I was offering to help. His project is likely to small for us. And depending on requirements WooCommerce or any of them can be difficult to set up. We've done three in the last two months, each has had its challenges.

Sean Hurley Strategic Marketing Leader with strong financial results for growing organizations

November 14th, 2014

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Anthony Miller

November 14th, 2014

We've also had a good amount of success with woocommerce! I definitely think you should look into it.