WooCommerce and Shopify power a significant portion of all online stores on the web. In fact, WooCommerce powers 41% of all online stores on “the entire Internet” while Shopify powers 6%, meaning these two platforms power just under 50% of the ecommerce world. Creating WooCommerce vs Shopify showdowns is inevitable because of this, and that’s exactly what we’re going to do in this post. Both of these platforms are capable of powering the web’s most sophisticated online stores, but we’re going to focus on their subtle and not-so-subtle differences, their benefits as well as their shortcomings to help you select a platform for your or your client’s shop. Without further ado, here is the AlienWP WooCommerce vs Shopify showdown. Exclusive WPEngine Coupon Code for AlienWP Visitors! Get 5 Months Free & 30% Off All Plans. Click the coupon code to copy and open the link » Overviews of WooCommerce & Shopify WooCommerce was founded in 2011 after the developers of WooThemes (Mark Forrester, Magnus Jepson and Adii Pienaar) failed to acquire a WordPress development company by the name of Jigowatt. They forked the company’s popular ecommerce
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