There are many Open Source ecommerce building software available on the web these days and each has its own unique following. Building and maintaining an ecommerce store is not an easy task as it involves regular troubleshooting and updates. You may want to add new features as the time passes by. Plus, there is always the need of optimization. On top of everything, you need to make sure your visitors find your web store simple and efficient. To create a simple store, you will most probably be using WooCommerce, the fastest growing and most-used ecommerce plugin for WordPress. [Read: How to setup a WooCommerce store] WooCommerce powers almost 22% of the ecommerce stores on the web. It is popular because of its powerful and easy-to-use features that usually come out of the box. Furthermore, the features of WooCommerce can be further extended by adding extensions. [Read: Got a WooCommerce design problem? One of these agencies may help you out.] In this post, we are going to explore WooCommerce extensions that you can use to add more features and make your life easier. UltimateWoo is a plugin suite for WooCommerce. It’s something like Jetpack for WooCommerce. Though I generally do not prefer
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