• Yep, that about sums up my experience with Woocommerce vs. WP EasyCart.

    Woo Who?

    If you’re a designer like me but not a coder (although I know enough CSS to make things look pretty) then WP EasyCart is THE way to go. I was getting so frustrated by Woo’s bottomless rabbit hole I thought there had to be a more intuitive option. Yes, for very basic use Woo is free and works, but so does WPEC and it’s much more user friendly and the backend is more robust, better laid out and offers MUCH more flexibility. You know exactly what you can and not do unless you upgrade, upgrading is really easy and no bottomless pit of expansion packs and add-ons for this and that. 3 different options, Free, Pro, Premium. Simple, if you choose Premium as I did you get everything, no more looking down dark holes to figure out why one thing or another won’t work.

    For this kind of flexibility, I would have to hire a developer to build all new Woocommerce template pages, you can’t use Gutenburg, Elementor, Thrive, or any page builder plugins with Woocommerce out of the box. With WP EasyCart you can do this with the FREE version!!!! WooWho!!!!

    And yes, I am an actual paying customer building a real website for my soon to be launched CBD Supplements for Pets business. I have nothing to do with WP EasyCart, I’m in Texas, they’re in Oregon.

    Just try the plugin, you will never look back, but you will ask yourself “Woo Who?”

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    Chris: Thanks for the awesome review and the time it takes to do this… hopefully others find them useful.

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