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It only takes two words to answer this question, cart abandonment. Customers who shop in retail stores often give up trying to buy due to a long checkout line or a slow, incompetent cashier. And, there is no difference when it comes to online shopping. Customers demand speed, security, and convenience. A lengthy and complicated checkout process will not only lose sales but also gives a bad impression on your business and brand. .
The short answer is because having a shopping cart allows your business to be available 24/7.
Hosted shopping cart systems get you up and running quickly, but they don’t allow you to own your own code.
WooCommerce sites can help increase customer satisfaction. A one-page checkout extension is available as a paid add-on, which reduces customer frustration. While WooCommerce is easy to use, setup can be complicated and sometimes require the need of someone with a programming background. Support is available via email and live chat through the WooCommerce website for subscribers of its premium extensions only. Users of the free WooCommerce core plug-in have access to community support, including its Facebook Group, support forums, and documentation. Cons Setup can be complicated Email and chat support only available to subscribers of premium extensions
On the other hand, it is not so easy to use the platform without the developer skills, and there is no customer support at all. Everything you need to know can be found within the community though, for some people, it might seem to be a big disadvantage.
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Spree Commerce is also cloud-ready. You can easily use it on platforms like Heroku, AWS, and Azure, which developers are bound to love.
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ShopSite is an online store builder that helps business owners create an SEO-friendly e-commerce site. After using the basic wizard, you can go back in and customize your colors, add a logo, and adjust the layout to suit the needs of your business. You must also choose a third-party host to make the site live and open for business.
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WordPress has certainly come a long way. We now have all these top eCommerce plugins to develop fully featured eCommerce websites with. WordPress can do anything EH!
It’s important to know that Shopify isn’t a plugin. It cannot be used in conjunction with your WordPress website. It’s a standalone cloud-based eCommerce solution. Like BigCommerce but without the integration into other websites. Shopify is great at what it does and there is little to criticise but it won’t be for everyone.
A well-built shopping cart made with a sturdy metal frame will cost between $40 and $50. For under $40, you’ll find cheap options that are best for handling light loads and feature lower weight limits. Spend more than $50 for a cart with stair-climbing wheels, a jumbo frame, or an incredibly generous weight limit.
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