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The 6 best free software to create an e-commerce site

free software to create an e-commerce site


    When you want to create an e-commerce site, it is important to select the most appropriate software for its development.


    Among all the solutions available, each has specific advantages that will be useful.

The 6 best free software to create an e-commerce site
free software to create an e-commerce site


1. Magento: the most complete


    Magento is an open-source solution that appeared in 2008 and is certainly the most complete on the market. The ergonomics are exactly one of the strong elements of Magento, as well as the free installation.


    However, knowing that Magento is particularly suitable for relatively large e-commerce sites and requires advanced technical skills, it is advisable to use an agency offering site creation under Magento.


Note that Magento offers 4 different formulas from its solution:


  1. Enterprise Cloud Edition: For the most complex projects, with full support
  2. Enterprise Edition: For midsize businesses
  3. Commerce Order Management Suite: with specific support for the order process
  4. Community Edition: solution adapted for SMEs


2. Prestashop: the most used


With more than 250,000 e-commerce sites using the French Prestashop solution, it is by far the most used tool, especially in France!


The great strength of the tool is to offer a large number of themes and plugins adapted to specific situations and needs. The downside is the paid plugins and poor SEO optimization.


3. WooCommerce: adapted to WordPress


Today, when we know that 70% of sites use WordPress globally, there is a good chance that your website or blog is running on this open-source CMS! The WooCommerce tool is a WordPress e-commerce plugin that allows you to easily create a small online store directly integrated into your WordPress site.


    Depending on your needs, this can be a very interesting alternative.


4. Shopify: the easiest to use


First appearing in 2006, Shopify quickly gained a reputation as one of the easiest tools for beginners to use, with support in every step of creating an online store.


    The interface and ergonomics are very intuitive, which facilitates the handling of the solution.


    The negative point is that the solution is paid and the store is hosted on Shopify's servers, which can be a disadvantage for the site's SEO.


5. OpenCart: the most recent


    Appeared on the market in 2013, OpenCart is the most recently released e-commerce CMS.


    With neat ergonomics and an excellent quality administrator dashboard, this free tool can be an excellent alternative to “historical” solutions on the market.


6. Jigoshop: un plugin WordPress simple


If your website runs on WordPress, you must take a serious interest in Jigoshop which offers a whole series of features dedicated to e-commerce directly on this platform.


    The advantage is its simplicity of use as well as these numerous plugins according to your needs, and the evolution of the traffic of your merchant site.

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