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The UK’s 5 Best Hosted and Paid Ecommerce Platforms

Written by Lea Haagen • 31st July 2017

Comparison Guide of the 5 Best Hosted and Paid Ecommerce Platforms in 2017 Finding the best ecommerce platform for your business can be a real challenge. You have plenty of freedom (there are countless options available) but you can easily feel overwhelmed by the sheer variety of providers on offer – unless you know what […]

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The 10 Best Free WooCommerce Plugins to Increase Sales

Written by Richard Protheroe • 14th July 2017

WooCommerce is one of the world’s most-used hosting platforms for ecommerce retailers. In fact, a staggering 28% off all online stores are now powered by a WooCommerce installation. Whether you are new to that percentage or you are a seasoned WooCommerce pro, you are no-doubt always be on the lookout for great plugins to help […]

Infographic: The Power of Multichannel Ecommerce

Written by Lea Haagen • 5th July 2017

Multichannel retail is undoubtedly the future of ecommerce. In today’s world, customers expect to purchase your products on any platform they like, on any device they like, from anywhere in the world. There are endless benefits to selling on your own, branded ecommerce store. But if you’re not also listing your products on the world’s […]

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WooCommerce Multisite: Boost your Sales and Expand your Ecommerce Business

Written by Lea Haagen • 13th June 2017

What is WooCommerce Multisite? Let’s start at the beginning. WooCommerce is a WordPress plugin, which I’m sure you all know. WordPress has a multisite functionality – WordPress Multisite – which allows you to have multiple, independent sites, with just a single WordPress installation. WooCommerce is multisite-compatible. This means, essentially, that you can build an entire […]

How to Get Going with WordPress and Woocommerce

Written by Guest Contributor • 4th September 2015

Guest Post: DIY Ecommerce for Under $32 by Jill Bourque, Founder & CEO of Rushtix It’s never been more simple to set-up an ecommerce site. If you’re new to this, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and feel like you need to outsource. You’ll be better off in the long-run if you learn how WordPress works (it’s easy) […]

14 WooCommerce experts reveal the secrets to selling more

Written by Richard Protheroe • 26th August 2015

When it comes to ecommerce solutions there are none more popular than WooCommerce. The plugin for WordPress has amassed nearly 10 million downloads and powers over 30% of all online stores. We gathered 9 WooCommerce users who have achieved tremendous success with their stores, to share their secrets to success. Our selected users have been featured on […]

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WooCommerce Vs Shopify Comparison

Written by Jodie Pride • 2nd July 2015

It can be difficult to choose an online sales channel, especially with the abundance of options available at the moment. They all have a ton of cool features and a pricing plan to suit every pocket, but which one is the right one for you?

WooCommerce Vs Magento: Comparing WooCommerce and Magento

Written by Jodie Pride • 7th May 2015

With so many different online selling platforms available to choose from it can be tough to make a decision on which one you want to use, especially with such a variety of pricing plans, features, integrations, add ons and more. We’ve put together this handy comparison guide to help break down the differences and simplify […]

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Magento Vs. WooCommerce Comparison Guide

Written by Jodie Pride • 13th April 2015

There are so many different online selling platforms you can choose from, and they all offer different features, pricing plans, integrations, and more, so we’ve put together some comparison guides to help you make a decision.  We are going to look at two of the very popular marketplaces: Magento and WooCommerce. Obviously, they both have […]

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Shopify Vs. WooCommerce Comparison Guide

Written by Jodie Pride • 11th April 2015

Because there are so many different online marketplaces you can choose from, and they all offer different features, pricing plans and integrations, we’ve put together some comparisons to help you make a decision.  We are going to start with two of the biggest and most popular marketplaces: Shopify and WooCommerce. Now, they’re both popular for […]