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WooCommerce has worked fine for me for a couple years. There are some limitations, but not any more than other shopping cart products. I'll be updating my website this year and will definitely begin looking at other products. I made my choice for WooCommerce back in 2014, so I'm sure the market has changed since then.
I'd say overall it is fairly easy to use. We don't have to handle a lot of the setup for it because we have a website guy, but from my end it seems to integrate pretty well with Stripe. The only real issue that we've had is that subscriptions aren't always easy to set up and that we had an issue for quite some time where we weren't receiving emails of the orders that were coming in.
i have WooCommerce, but my system is huge, we transfer photos from clients, so i can't recommend WooCommerce..
Maybe only fot classic simple eshop.
It has too many errors inside code...
It was easy to set up and it worked, which is pretty huge, actually. I have no complaints about WooCommerce. But I'm not a power user." I never tried to customize it much.
For doing it yourself, it works well enough. I think as you grow bigger and more complex, it might not be the best solution. My experience is fairly limited and I don't work it full time.
We have never used it for other products so the extend of our true usage is pretty minimal. That being said, we've never really had any problems to speak of since we started to use it so I would be willing to recommend it!
As for ease of use and having it plug right into my wordpress site, I really like it. But it does have bugs and is not as user friendly as some other shop options that require a little more work to maintain and set up. If I had more time, I would likely use something like Big Cartel or another service. I may in the future if time becomes available, but WooCommerce works fine in the mean time.
I do most certainly recommend Woocommerce, also best value for money too especially for those whose local currency is not the USD or as strong as the Doillar.
Woocommerce is all I have trued so I'm not sure if I'm the best person to ask. It works for me generally, although there are occasionally a fe glitches, such as the Follow Up Emails having weird characters in them (something we are yet to get to the bottom of).
I would recommend WooCommerce. Works well with WordPress and they have many extensions to further its capabilities.
I would recommend it if you want to have both a blog and a shopping site. I wanted the blog to have SEO content to get some traffic. I started with a blog with affiliate links, then I just added WooCommerce when I was ready to sell my own products.
It was a ton of work to customize it. I'm thinking it might be easier to customize a normal ecommerce site, like Shopify. I had a hard time integrating more complex customizations in the product pages. (see my products in any invitation category to see what I mean).
I recommend it. Is easy to use.
I haven’t reached the number of users i wanted but I think with SEO campaigns, Social media and marketing you can make a good job.
WooCommerce for ecommerce has worked well for Exhibit Solutions. We must do better with Google to get more order’s through WooCommerce.
I use Woocommerce on that website and have used it on several other websites, as well. It's my ecommerce platform of choice.
I've not had much personal direct use with the program, but from what I can tell it is very good. Everyone seems very happy with it here as well.
I actually just went with WooCommerce because I was already familiar with Wordpress. I love and hate how modular it is with all its plugins; you can do basically anything, but it's often expensive or incompatible or outdated in some way. I feel like any time I update a plugin or theme, the whole thing is going to fall down.
If I were to do it all again I think I would prefer one of the more recent platforms!
we are using WooCommerce on our website to show the products we sell in store. We don't use it to sell online, which is what the plugin is known for, but I have used WooCommerce on multiple other websites, and I can say that it is a great plugin. If you use Wordpress, WooCommerce is the best and most popular e-commerce option out there. It allows you to do a variety of things, and is compatible with most (if not all) the other plugins you will be using on your website. If you don't use Wordpress and have never used it before, setting up an e-commerce site using WooCommerce/Wordpress can be tricky. For people with absolutely no website building experience, I would recommend Squarespace or Shopify. They may have fewer features and be less customizable, but they are more user-friendly and are still very good e-commerce platforms.
So: If you are comfortable with Wordpress and don't mind spending the time to set up everything, I would definitely recommend WooCommerce. The plugin is highly customizable and will most likely work with your e-commerce strategy. If you are looking to create a simple e-commerce site faster & without problems, I'd go with Shopify.
We are happy with the WooCommerce platform and it suits are needs.
So far, so good....it's pretty simple. Although, I am not the web developer who takes care of my page.
It's been great!
I recommend WooCommerce for sure. It’s a great platform.
Yes But I'm not a tech guy
I would recommend it
would I recommend it? Yes, I would.
I do personally recommend it.
For what I know yes it is easy to work with.
it works a well.... no complaints
we would recommend woo commerce. Easy to use and secure.
I would recommend it. The product configuration is good and the checkout experience is straightforward. Plus it integrates well with my shipping software.
so far no problems
I will recommend using it. Simple maintenance.
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