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    WooCommerce is a free eCommerce plugin that allows you to sell anything, beautifully. Built to integrate seamlessly with WordPress, WooCommerce is the world's favorite eCommerce solution that gives both store owners and developers complete control.

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    WooCommerce is an open source e-commerce plugin for WordPress. It is designed for small to large-sized online merchants using WordPress.
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    woo commerce is a plugin for WordPress. it is used for e-commerce websites

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    WooCommerce is WordPress plugin which convert simple WordPress website into shopping portal there numerous famous WooCommerce based store who earn millions of dollar per year. The most amazing fact about Woocommerce store are they are user as well search engine friendly which help them get better ranking. There are numerous WooCommerce hosting and themes out there but I personally KuteShop theme with managed Woocommerce hosting which provide various features like: Varnish Cache, 1 Click Backup & Restore, Performance and Secure & powerful Stack. All the best.

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    Woocommerce is a good platform for ecommerce store, but when you will have thousands of products, it might be loading slow. I am using Magento for my ecommerce store and its working well with dropshipping, I would recommend you to choose Magento for drop shipping business, here's the detailed guide about setting up Magento drop shipping.

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    Wocommerce is a free wordpress plugin

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    WooCommerce is a free WordPress plugin that adds e-commerce functionality to your WordPress website so you can have an online store.

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    WooCommerce is an open source e-commerce plugin for WordPress. It is designed for small to large-sized online merchants using WordPress. Launched on September 27, 2011,[3] the plugin quickly became popular for its simplicity to install and customize and free base product.WooCommerce is a free WordPress plugin which is used for buy and sell option in a Website. It is considered as the best E-Commerce plugins with the easy features.

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    WooCommerce is an open source e-commerce plugin for WordPress. It is designed for small to large-sized online merchants using WordPress. Launched on September 27, 2011,[3] the plugin quickly became popular for its simplicity to install and customize and free base product.WooCommerce is used by a number of high-traffic websites such as Small Press Expo.[11] For the 3rd week of September 2015, Trends indicated that WooCommerce ran on 30%[12] of e-commerce sites and millions of active installs.

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    Essentially, WooCommerce by WooThemes is just another free WordPress plugin. However, you would be extremely hard-pressed to find a similar plugin which holds the same level of potential.
    Launched in late September 2011, WooCommerce now supports a sizeable slice of the ever-growing ecommerce pie, boasting over 1.6M downloads from across the globe.
    The open-source platform provides users with a feature extensive, yet hugely user-friendly experience, making it perfect for ecommerce startups to get a feel for online business in a way which is easy to digest, and doesn't cost an arm or a leg.
    So, let's take a look at just how WooCommerce fits the bill for budding online merchants.
    1. It's Free
    There is no shortage of high quality ecommerce CMS currently on offer, all of which endeavour to help merchants sell online easily and innovatively. Most of the time, the only drawback is that they all come at a price. All except WooCommerce that is.
    WooCommerce is completely free to download, right now. Yet, despite being free and open-source, WooCommerce offers extensive features out of the box, whilst also being extremely flexible both by nature, and via the additional of extensions, which I will mention later.
    2. Huge Flexibility
    Perhaps one of WooCommerce's biggest benefit to ecommerce newcomers, is that merchants using the platform can exercise a whole lot of flexibility with their products, without having to know too much about the technical side of things.
    Products can be categorized, given sale prices, independent attributes, and more. Additionally, WooCommerce stores are capable of selling physical, virtual, downloadable and even affiliate/external products.
    3. More Than Ecommerce
    WooCommerce doesn't force users to go beyond their comfort zone when building their online store, yet at the same time, it readily opens the door for more than just ecommerce.
    For example, WooCommerce users can build a fully functioning store within a professional website, alongside an integrated blog. All of these dimensions of a business' online presence are harnessed in one place, and presented together seamlessly, and it's all thanks to WooCommerce being a WordPress based platform.
    4. Familiar Friendliness
    Speaking of WordPress, the hugely popular CMS supports over 51% of the top million websites currently in existence, and so it would be fair to say that many ecommerce startups will have had the pleasure of using WordPress, for similar, or unrelated online project.
    With WooCommerce being a WordPress plugin, past users of the platform will benefit from being able to recognize the user-friendly WordPress interface. That kind of familiarity when building an online store could easily save time and confusion, whilst bolstering creativity.
    5. Vast Customization Options
    Being free hasn't made WooCommerce a rigid platform. In fact, there is a lot of room to customize and tweak your online store to a level of uniqueness.
    Currently, users can choose between 39 different WooCommerce enabled themes - many of which are free, via the WooThemes Store. Once a theme has been selected, you can then get to work on changing pre-set CSS styles and colour themes, tweaking the code and experimenting with the special features which each theme offers.
    6. Professional Yet Simple
    Although WooCommerce is a free, user-friendly ecommerce platform, you shouldn't let that fool you into thinking it isn't a professional online store solution - because that's exactly what it is.
    Built into the platform can be found detailed order tracking and customer engagement tools, which allow merchants to view past and open orders, update delivery statuses, apply discounts and so forth. In fact, tax settings, inventory management, shipping options, coupon codes and pretty much everything else you need for a professional ecommerce setup, is part of WooCommerce, right out of the box.
    7. Analytics Made Easy
    A core tool used by any website owner, is their analytics tool. Many ecommerce startups may not know how to apply an analytics system to their website, nor will they know what statistics need focused analysis. Thankfully, WooCommerce has such merchants covered.
    The built in analytics system makes a wide array of statistics crystal clear. Figures like total sales, sales by date, average order totals, individual customer statistics and much more are all neatly presented via graphs, without the user ever having to leave their admin panel. It's that easy.
    8. Apps Galore
    As it is, WooCommerce has the ability to help any aspiring online merchant set up, and run his business easily, and professionally. Yet, for those looking for extra functionality, WooCommerce once again doesn't disappoint.
    There are hundreds of WooCommerce Extensions available, some of which are free, and some of which require a fee. From these extensions, one can find applications relating to accounting, payment gateways, marketing, reporting and more.
    9. Room For Growth
    As simple as WooCommerce is as an ecommerce platform, it also allows you to exercise some growth and expansion in terms of how you manage your store, products and customers.
    For example, modifying templates is made easy whether users want to do so directly via the theme files, or whether you use the many hooks & filters. WooCommerce also has various APIs ready to be used for building extensions, along with an extensive documentation library, so that users can get to know how WooCommerce works, inside and out.
    10. Because WooThemes
    Finally, one of the very best reasons for WooCommerce being perfect for ecommerce startups, is because of WooThemes themselves.
    WooThemes have been around for a while, producing stellar WordPress themes, extensions and plugins, including WooCommerce. They have a wonderful track record of being reliable and exceedingly professional with both their products, and their support system. On top of a myriad of real, contactable people to talk to, WooThemes users can benefit from community forums, video tutorials, and more.
    So there you have it, ten very good reasons for why you should strongly consider using WooCommerce to propel your first ecommerce project to success.

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    WooCommerce is a Wordpress plugin, so no, you can't run it without Wordpress. If your goal is to make the backoffice simple to your client, you can strip all the unnecessary menu items from the sidebar, so he only sees the WooCommerce options. Take a look at this reference

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    WooCommerce is used by a number of high-traffic websites such as Small Press Expo.[11] For the 3rd week of September 2015, Trends indicated that WooCommerce ran on 30%[12] of e-commerce sites and millions of active installs.WooCommerce is an open source e-commerce plugin for WordPress. It is designed for small to large-sized online merchants using WordPress

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