If you want to sell at least one or more products or services on your website, then it must be an e-commerce.
More and more businesses are turning their corporate website into an e-commerce, given the trend of the recent years, with people buying almost everything on the internet, including daily groceries.
However, turning a website into an e-commerce, can be a challenging task, even for veterans of web development, unless you have a WordPress website. In fact, WordPress can become an e-commerce simply installing the plug-in WooCommerce.
Obviously, you still need a professional to set up any static pages, checkout rules, payment methods, taxes, shipment, eventual limits, and many other things you might need, but this step will cost you less than expected, and it will be easy to use and manage.
On top of that, you should know that WooCommerce, in turn, has got plug-ins that can be installed on WordPress and expand its features. We will make sure there are no compatibility issues, and that everything runs smoothly.
Examples of functions that can be implemented on WooCommerce are:
- Paypal payments: you will be able to receive payments via Paypal;
- Stripe: you will be able to receive card payments processed by Stripe;
- Sage: you will be able to receive card payments processed by Sage;
- Files upload: users can upload files during checkout, which can be useful if you need you users to upload documents;
- PDF invoices download system;
- Exit intent detector;
- More and more features!
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