which platform is best for ecommerce website Magento Or WordPress
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This thread contains 2 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by Anonymous 4 months, 3 weeks ago.
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- August 12, 2017 at 11:47 am #18307
According to my knowledge, <span class=”inline_editor_value”><span class=”rendered_qtext”>Word press is CMS, but it is mainly for blogging and SEO purpose. WordPress can be extended to support some basic eCommerce functionality through various plugins.</span></span>
<span class=”inline_editor_value”><span class=”rendered_qtext”>Otherside </span></span><span class=”inline_editor_value”><span class=”rendered_qtext”>Magento offers a high level of functionality and customization that provides flexibility and access to create online stores that fit their business needs while also supplying powerful features like multi-store management, mobile app development, SEO, and catalogue-management tools, easy customization.</span></span>
<span class=”inline_editor_value”><span class=”rendered_qtext”>Magento is best for ecommerce website.
- AnonymousDecember 26, 2018 at 2:19 pm #50866
WordPress & Magento, both the platforms are architecturally similar. They are both customizable, SEO friendly can be broadly themed, and have also have a strong online support community.
Here are a few questions worth asking yourself before choosing a Platform
1. Will your online shop contains more than 1000 products?
2. Do you need to build a Marketplace or a multi-vendor explication?
3. Do you need to blend your store with a POS system?
4. Are you expecting heavy traffic for your store from the very beginning?
If you answer for most of the above questions are YES, then go for Magento.
1. Do you have a small budget or have few products?
2. Do you want to have your store instantly off the area?
3. Do you want to have minimum customization to your theme?
4. Do you need to add lots of content to your store, such as a blog or news?
If you answer for most of the above questions are YES, then go for WordPress.
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