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Etsy and WooCommerce might do basically the same thing—give you a platform to sell goods online—but they do a lot of things very differently. One of those things is how they approach shipping. Etsy has Shipping Profiles that can be applied to individual products, while WooCommerce sets up everything under Shipping Zones, each containing different Shipping Methods that can be customized with Shipping Classes. Is your head spinning yet? Well don’t worry: in this article I’m going to give you a tour of WooCommerce’s shipping settings and show you how to migrate Etsy Shipping Profiles to WooCommerce.
It seems that every week, in any given online community focused on a particular software platform, there’s at least one sorrowful and/or angry post declaring that the author is leaving for good because they just can’t take the negativity. This is followed by a series of responses saying something like “Your New Favorite eCommerce Platform Sucks!” and sometimes a brief period of soul-searching. Then next week the cycle repeats itself. What is it about software of all things that can bring out the worst in people? And what can be done to break the cycle? Continue reading “Your Favorite eCommerce Platform Sucks.”…
A lot of people think that when it comes to WooCommerce support or WordPress support, you’re on your own. Hosted services like Etsy, Shopify, or Squarespace have dedicated support teams ready to help 24x7x365, but with free, open source platforms like WordPress or WooCommerce you’re at the mercy of Google and online forums…right? Fortunately nothing could be further from the truth. This article will tell you where to go to find all the WooCommerce and WordPress support your business needs.
Two of the most popular eCommerce platforms for small businesses are WooCommerce and Shopify. Both let you build a professional, full-featured online store quickly and easily. But how much does an eCommerce website cost if you use WooCommerce? How much does an eCommerce website cost if you use Shopify? Does either one have the potential to save your business a lot of money vs the other? I’ve put together a monster infographic to help you decide.