An eCommerce platform for WordPress.

About WooCommerce

WooCommerce is an open-source and completely customizable eCommerce platform for entrepreneurs, small businesses, and large online distributors. WooCommerce is built on WordPress and managed on GitHub, meaning it was made for developers and has been built with over 350 contributors from around the globe.

WooCommerce is a modular system, which means you can add the options you want, and is made to work alongside your favorite WordPress plugins.

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WooCommerce Features

  • Create a web store: Choose themes, customize your site, publish blog content, embed products, implement a checkout system, categorize your listings, show product ratings/reviews, add filters and sorting methods, and more.
  • Product Listings: Physical or digital products, unlimited variations, product import/export, payment processing, shipping options, shipping rates, and tax options
  • Order management: Customer accounts, one-click refunds, inventory management, email templates, and more.

Secure Payments

WooCommerce can accept major credit cards, bank transfers (BACS), checks, and cash on delivery. There are 140 region-specific gateways to integrate with, including:

  • WooCommerce Payments
  • Stripe
  • PayPal
  • Square
  • Amazon Pay
  • Apple Pay
  • Google Pay

WooCommerce Pricing

The cost of WooCommerce hosting services starts at $3.95 per month. Purchasing a domain through WooCommerce will starts at $15 per year. Products offered by WooCommerce start at $59 each. Developer fees starts at $20 per hour. WooCommerce itself is free to use.


WooCommerce has several eCommerce extensions to expand your logistical, technical, and marketing needs. Some of the most popular free and paid options include:

  • WooCommerce Payments
  • LiveChat for WooCommerce
  • Mobile Payments for WooCommerce
  • WooCommerce Shipping
  • Jetpack
  • Google Analytics
  • WooCommerce Bookings

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