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By 2020, e-commerce has brought in over AU$33,000 million in revenue.

Who wouldn’t want to be a part of that?

A WordPress store plugin is an easy way to begin selling your products online.

However, there are countless plugins out there, some better than others. Thankfully, we’ve compiled a list of our favourites.

Keep reading to learn about some of the best WordPress e-commerce plugins.

1. WooCommerce

One of everyone’s favourite WordPress e-commerce plugins is WooCommerce. As an open-source program, there is a large, active community for support and development.

With it, you can offer physical, virtual, and subscription purchases on your website. There is no limit on the number of products you can list.

WooCommerce has a Facebook extension that allows you to create sponsored Facebook ads from the products in your store. There are also plenty of beautiful themes you can use for free or cheap.

2. Ecwid

Ecwid the best WordPress e-commerce plugin for beginners because of its simple interface.

With Ecwid, you can list your shop on any website, like Weebly, Wix, Drupal, or even Facebook.

The free plan allows you to list 10 products, but there are paid upgrades to list more. Even though there is an upfront cost, Ecwid may save you money in the long run because you won’t need to buy any add-ons.

3. Easy Digital Downloads (EDD)

If you only sell digital products, you should use Easy Digital Downloads (EDD). When a customer purchases an item from your store, they’ll receive an email with a link to download their content.

EDD also allows you to create discount codes, control access files, and track your activity.

There are some add-ons you may want to buy, like the ability to sell physical goods or access customer support. 

4. BigCommerce

BigCommerce is a low-maintenance WordPress store plugin that is available across multiple platforms. It is best for those who already own a large business or a quickly-growing e-commerce store.

There are no transaction fees, so get 100% of what the customer pays you. Be aware that there is no mobile app, however.

5. MemberPress

MemberPress is best for those with a subscription-based digital product or service. This plugin allows you to set up membership plans and pay-per-view content for your customers.

MemberPress has great access rules, so you can control who can view which content at any given moment. The plugin only accepts PayPal, Stripe, and Authorize.net as forms of payment.

6. Jigoshop

Jigoshop is perfect for those who love receiving detailed reports about their business. These reports show graphs on inventory pricing, sales, and more.

Additionally, all the buttons you need are on one page, making the interface easy to use. The dashboard also includes a link to every add-on available for Jigoshop.

Try WordPress e-Commerce Plugins To Find Your Fit

There are plenty of WordPress e-commerce plugins that you can add to your website. With some experimentation, you can the one that’s perfect for your business.

Not sure which is the right fit for you? Do you need help setting up your e-commerce WordPress website? Boocoo are experts in building Australian based e-commerce websites and we’re here to help you. Contact us to find out more.