5 Best WordPress E-Commerce Plugins Which You Will Love Using (2019)

Buying products or services online has already embedded itself as the most common method of getting them fast and easy. In this article, we’ll be covering the best e-commerce plugins for WordPress which you should have, so you’ll be able to jump on the bandwagon.

What Are WordPress Plugins?

WordPress plugins are the add-ons you can install through the admin dashboard. They add additional functionality to your site, anything from a contact form to adding payment gateways to your site.

WordPress has more than 55,000 plugins. Being the most popular CMS (Content Management System) WordPress has the biggest repository of plugins, compared to other platforms.

Of course, you need to have a basic understanding of WordPress if you want to use the plugins. To understand what actually is WordPress, you can click here.

Top 5 WordPress Plugins for Ecommerce

Don’t worry about choosing the perfect WordPress plugin for you, I got your back. Here is a list of some awesome WordPress plugins you can use for e-commerce.

1.   WooCommerce

WooCommerce is the quintessential WordPress e-commerce plugin. With reports that more than two million websites run on WooCommerce.

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WooCommerce’s fame is understandable, as it helps you to set up the entire online store. Everything is provided by the plugin, from the product list section to the checkout page. Moreover, it has an easy setup, making it perfect for everybody.

WooCommerce also has additional extensions. You can find things such as Paypal payment and shipping tracking.

Unfortunately, you have to pay extra money for the extensions. Moreover, the extensions will eventually take a lot of your space. You need to make sure you have sufficient space from your hosting provider. This will lead to, of course, you spending more money.

2.   WP eCommerce

WP eCommerce is as simple as it can get. Everything is already set up for you. The only thing you do is input your products and publish them online. Moreover, you can add variations of your products since variations have their section.

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Although WP eCommerce is free, you can get the premium version for $99. The premium version offers live search, product galleries, and premium payment getaways.

After you install WP eCommerce, you can go to their extension section in your dashboard.

Another setback is the plugin’s support. WP eCommerce’s forum is mostly empty, so you will have to search your way out by yourself.

3.   Memberpress

Memberpress boasts its “all-in-one” package. The “all-in-one” means that Memberpress provides everything for the creation of an online store.

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True to its words, with Memberpress, you can create your own page access rules and unlimited coupons.

Memberpress also integrates with other third-party plugins easily. It also has an easy setup process.

Moreover, the plugin can be used with any WordPress theme. You can also edit your pages to be more dynamic. This is undoubtedly a plus point since not all plugins can have their themes and pages edited easily.

Unfortunately, everything comes with a price. The cheapest plan for Memberpress excellent features is $149/year, while the most expensive plan is $349/year.

4.   Easy Digital Downloads (EDD)

Easy Digital Download (EDD) is a perfect choice for digital products.

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Most of the features offered by EDD are meant to optimize the selling of your digital products. You can find features such as Dropbox, Amazon S3, software licensing, and free downloads.

Of course, EDD still has the basics down. Adding new products, payment history, coupons ‒ you name it, EDD has it. It also has tags and categories for your products!

The plugin is free, however, you have to pay for extra features such as site license and email marketing tools.

5.   BigCommerce

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BigCommerce started as an independent e-commerce software solution. However, they also have a WordPress plugin.

This plugin gives you all the basics for an e-commerce site. You can add products and edit categories. They even have a “brand” section to edit your brand.

Extra features are stored in one section titled Resources. There, you can find themes, apps, and support links.

BigCommerce also has an active forum consisting of 60,000 members and 17,000 solutions for their product.

Unfortunately, you have to access the WordPress plugin by merging your BigCommerce account. So you have no choice but to sign up for their software. Signing up means that you have to pay to use BigCommerce’s features.

Conclusion

If you just recently started, you can opt for the free plugins. After you have established your store, you can use the free plugin’s premium plans.

However, keep in mind that you need to use the one that suits you the most. If the plugin you picked fulfills all your needs, I am sure you will be able to build a successful e-commerce website.

Also read:

  1. 40+ Best Free WordPress themes to start your business
  2. WordPress vs. Blogger which is best for blogging (Detailed Comparison)
  3. Free Blogging Sites to create personal blogs

8 thoughts on “5 Best WordPress E-Commerce Plugins Which You Will Love Using (2019)”

  1. Once again a very useful article. I love this article.
    Dear amit sir,
    I have a request can you write a article about SEO techniques which you use or best SEO techniques which is going to help us in 2019.
    The way of explaining something through article is wonderful.

    Thanks again for sharing useful article.

  2. Thanks sir for this article. But can you suggest me how to use images in my blog without Copyright. Means, you have given 5 e-commerce Plugins in this post. But how you have inserted the Images of those Plugins in this post? Please reply sir …

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