eCommerce: WooCommerce, Shopify and Magento
Magento Commerce has long been the trusted source for eCommerce. Helping retailers and brands with choices about Magento installation, configuration and deployment is included in our all round package.
Wordpress caught the world by flame, literally. The popular eCommerce plugin and its addons in the WooCommerce package have also shown their might on the world stage.
Here are a few highlights:
- We know of at least 28,183,568 live websites using WordPress.
With pluggable themes, nearly every functionality code-able, the SMB market stormed towards WordPress.
- The most popular on the Entire Internet in Open Source category.
WordPress has its focus on aesthetics and that makes it an easy choice for startups and individuals to launch their profiles quickly.
- WordPress is here to stay.
Even though security and stability are not the plus points of WordPress, but its makers are confident that it is here to stay as it provides an answer for so many millions of users’ small digital needs.
A proprietary e-commerce platform for online stores and retail point-of-sale systems, it remains a popular choice among students businesses and enterprises - also if you want a mobile app to go with.
This is the most viable solution in the hosted solution category.
- 1,495,880 currently live websites as of today(Dec, 2020)
87% of merchants use the Shopify App Store
- The most popular in India in Hosted Solution category.
Shopify has paid over $850,000 to more than 300 ethical hackers for help in resolving security issues. Much better in terms of security, than WP.
- Budweiser, The Economist, WaterAid, Gymshark, Sunday Somewhere, Penguin Books, Tesla Motors, Red Bull, Foo Fighters are big brands that use Shopify.
- Shopify stores make good use of social media traffic – mostly from Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
- Facebook is unsurprisingly number 1 as a source of social traffic and sales. Almost ⅓ of all social media visits to Shopify stores come from Facebook.