Various eCommerce sites cater to various company activities, ranging from the inexperienced start-up to the seasoned brick-and-mortar store. Payment processors and delivery capabilities are required by websites, which necessitate the use of specific software. eCommerce platforms allow you to sell or dropship your items. Web hosting, payment processing, shopping cart, shipping options, and a website builder are all available.
This article will compare and contrast Shoplazza, a new and controversial eCommerce platform, with WordPress, to evaluate what each platform offers its consumers.
WordPress is free, open-source software that lets you create websites with no restrictions. You don’t even need to know how to code to create a gorgeous website. That’s why it’s responsible for over 40% of the total amount of internet traffic.
To put it another way, WordPress is used to create 40% of all websites. Because of the enormous library of plugins and themes available, you can create complex websites without writing code. Plugins provide capabilities that would otherwise need coding, such as integrating an Instagram widget. On the other hand, themes are concerned with the appearance of your website.
A theme may change the design of your entire website with only a few mouse clicks, making it simple for newcomers.
WordPress Paid Plans
While WordPress is free to download and use, creating and building a site on this self-hosted platform is not free. To get started, you’ll need to pay a monthly fee for hosting, and an annual fee for a unique domain name. You may also personalize the design and functionality of your ideal site by purchasing a premium theme and plugins.
Premium themes and plugins are priced differently than hosting and domain registration. As a result, the cost of developing and maintaining a WordPress site can range from a few hundred dollars to thousands of dollars.
WordPress SEO Tools
Although WordPress is a far more flexible framework for building SEO-friendly websites, you may download or purchase plugins to help you organize on-page SEO content.
Google XML Sitemaps and Redirection are just a few plugins that may help you optimize your content, pictures, page speed, XML Sitemaps, and redirects by simplifying or automating the process. You’ll have to spend time and maybe money on learning how to use and manage these tools, but they can help you enhance your site’s on-page and technical SEO, regardless of your degree of SEO knowledge.
Shoplazza is a strong selling point that allows them to create e-commerce websites that are individually tailored to each customer’s demands. Shoplazza was created in 2017 and recently completed C1 financing of $150 million.
They offer SaaS (software-as-a-service) tools that support customers in starting, running, and developing B2C and DTC (Direct to Customer) enterprises.
Shoplazza offers several services to help customers get set up and ready to sell, such as:
Customers’ ideal shopping experience is growing increasingly unattainable. As a result, customer service is critical for success in the increasingly competitive e-commerce sector.
Shoplazza goes even further by offering one-of-a-kind services to help your clients reinvent their online shopping experience. You can maintain consumers and build your e-commerce business by improving customer value optimization.
Free Online Marketing Tools
Shoplazza provides the most effective sales tools available. Technologies like the inventory system may help you manage and build your business more efficiently by capturing, integrating, and tracking client orders and inventory levels.
Free SEO Tools
They can assist you with search engine optimization. This service will increase the visibility of your website and, as a result, the number of people that visit it.
Shoplazza provides outstanding SEO services for your company, ensuring that it receives the visibility it requires to attract clients. You can alter every page’s title, description, and keyword; you can also add alt-text to a picture. It makes it easy for potential consumers to locate you, which leads to more sales.
(Contributed by M. Zeeshan & Hermes Fang)