How do I know if I need Woo Commerce?
We are developing a site which we will sell books we publish by local artists. Still being designed:
Each book has a paypal button and if someone orders a book, we ship it out. We already have another site which has been working this way.
So I’m wondering if we would be better served by Woo Commerce? If so, why?
I loaded it up and there are so many settings that it’s dizzying. If you use this what do you do on the back end to make all the settings you select relevant? I mean, do we need a staff to read some sort of output to make everything work correctly?
Can anybody shed any light as to the virtue of Woo commerce or any eCommerce solution for that matter?
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