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Thread: Magento vs. WordPress for e-commerce

  1. #46
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    May 2019
    Both Magento and WordPress (with WooCommerce plugin) are good for e-commerce. These platforms are both popular and reliable. They, however, differ in usage. Magento is a complex system used for websites with complicated functionality and a lot of third-party tools + customizations.
    WordPress without WooCommerce plugin is used for blog, government, and educational websites. It has no sense to create an e-commerce website just on WordPress without using WooCommerce.

  2. #47
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    Apr 2020
    It's the best eCommerce platform, that's why I just passed the exam and got Magento certified. By the way, here's a great tutorial that helped me deal with many questions:

  3. #48
    If you gave a high budget then Magento is better than Wordpress. Magento plugins are paid and it is s highly secure.

  4. #49
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    Mar 2019
    In my view, Magento is a dedicated eCommerce platform as it directly focus on eCommerce makes it more robust, but less flexible.

  5. #50
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    Apr 2020
    Magento and Wordpress CMSs are totally different.The final decision will mainly depend on the amount of products you are going to sell through your e-commerce site, on the business model you are going to apply, and amount of money you are ready spend on the development and customization of your store. In general, Wordpress+WooCommerce is good to go for small to mid-sized startups. Magento, in turn, is the best choice for mid-sized to enterprise level e-commerce companies.
    Additionally, Magento is one of the most popular e-commerce platforms which has two versions (Magento 1, and Magento 2). Note that if you now set up a store with Magento 1, soon you will need to migrate Magento 1 store to Magento 2, because the M1 will become outdated in couple of months.

  6. #51
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    May 2020
    I'll go with Magento if it's an Ecommerce site, however I think Wordpress is better for SEO.
    Last edited by johncharles64; 06-04-2020 at 05:53 AM.

  7. #52
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    Feb 2020
    There is no doubt in Magento leading WooCommerce when it comes to eCommerce management and robust platform but it's a far complex and costly solution like you would need an expert team to maintain and run Magento. While on the other hand, WooCommerce is still a cost-effective and less complex solution because it is easier to customize. Moreover, now you can even use WooCommerce as a B2B platform
    So, my opinion is to opt for Magento is only if you have all resources (team and budget), or else WooCommerce is good choice.

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