Reflections on WooCommerce & Working with WordPress
Woocommerce For Merchants and WordPress have become an important combo for many businesses out there that are looking to keep their organization as open and flexible as possible. WordPress has become one of the most well-known and used Content Management Platforms worldwide, leading many organizations to adopt it and rely on its open design to work with different partners.
With so many different options on the web, finding the right fit for your business needs can be hard. Food for thought: According to the latest statistics, 43% of the web is built on WordPress, including 23% of the top 1 million e-commerce sites. And when you factor in that 3.9M online stores are powered by Woocommerce, it’s easy to see why Woocommerce has made a name for itself as a market leader in such a competitive marketplace.
Companies also have to consider the future and where they might be heading. You lose the portability offered elsewhere when utilizing services like Shopify or Squarespace. Software as a service comes with compromises, including renting rather than owning where you create your sales and leads.
Not being able to transfer all of these elements can cause issues in the future, and it’s something that you should look at and factor into your business plan now rather than later. In this week’s episode, Perfect Afternoon’s founder, Dwight Zahringer, gives his assessment and recommendations on what tools to use on your WordPress website.
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Choosing Woocommerce for Merchants or not, our team can help ensure that no site falls behind and provide the knowledge and assistance needed when it comes time to make those important decisions for the future of your business. Contact Perfect Afternoon today, and let’s work together to make your website the best it can be.
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