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1ShoppingCart

23 Ratings

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Score 5.7 out of 101

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Score 8.3 out of 101

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Likelihood to Recommend

1ShoppingCart

It's really user preference. Some people have been told by other colleagues that it's a great system to use so they want to go with that. There are other systems that do exactly the same thing. I have not found that 1ShoppingCart has any unique features that would lead me to persuade a client to use it over another one. I usually have clients look at two or three options and give feedback. Sometimes it comes down to monthly prices.
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WordPress

WordPress is well suited to a very wide range of applications and shines when used for content management, periodic news, product information and comparison, and ecommerce applications. Community interaction websites may not find all of the features they need readily available, and sites needing to display a large amount of data that is heavily cross referenced or that needs very complex data structures may have a hard time building out the necessary site structure.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Online Storefront

1ShoppingCart
7.9
WordPress
Product catalog & listings
1ShoppingCart
7.5
WordPress
Product management
1ShoppingCart
8.0
WordPress
Bulk product upload
1ShoppingCart
9.0
WordPress
Branding
1ShoppingCart
7.5
WordPress
Mobile storefront
1ShoppingCart
9.0
WordPress
Product variations
1ShoppingCart
9.0
WordPress
Website integration
1ShoppingCart
7.0
WordPress
Visual customization
1ShoppingCart
7.0
WordPress
CMS
1ShoppingCart
7.0
WordPress

Online Shopping Cart

1ShoppingCart
8.0
WordPress
Abandoned cart recovery
1ShoppingCart
9.0
WordPress
Checkout user experience
1ShoppingCart
7.0
WordPress

Online Payment System

1ShoppingCart
7.5
WordPress
eCommerce security
1ShoppingCart
7.5
WordPress

eCommerce Marketing

1ShoppingCart
7.5
WordPress
Promotions & discounts
1ShoppingCart
8.0
WordPress
Personalized recommendations
1ShoppingCart
7.5
WordPress
SEO
1ShoppingCart
7.0
WordPress

eCommerce Business Management

1ShoppingCart
9.0
WordPress
Multi-site management
1ShoppingCart
9.0
WordPress
Order processing
1ShoppingCart
9.0
WordPress
Inventory management
1ShoppingCart
9.0
WordPress
Shipping
1ShoppingCart
9.0
WordPress
Custom functionality
1ShoppingCart
9.0
WordPress

Security

1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.5
Role-based user permissions
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.5

Platform & Infrastructure

1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.5
API
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.5
Internationalization / multi-language
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.5

Web Content Creation

1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.1
WYSIWYG editor
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
7.7
Code quality / cleanliness
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
7.9
Admin section
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.1
Page templates
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
7.8
Library of website themes
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.7
Mobile optimization / responsive design
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.5
Publishing workflow
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.2
Form generator
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.0

Web Content Management

1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.6
Content taxonomy
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.2
SEO support
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.3
Bulk management
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.0
Availability / breadth of extensions
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
9.3
Community / comment management
1ShoppingCart
WordPress
8.9

Pros

  • Email broadcasts are super easy with 1ShoppingCart
  • Affiliate set up and management is easy
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  • WordPress is simple enough that non-developers can start a simple website and grow it until it is moderately large...for a fraction of the cost of a custom developed site.
  • WordPress provides web developers a gentle, friendly introduction to start creating content-oriented websites.
  • One of WordPress' most-loved features is its easy-to-understand administrative area. When a WordPress site has been well-implemented, even a non-technical user will be able to manage their website.
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Cons

  • The UI needs improvement. There are other systems out there that are more intuitive.
  • Customizing/branding a shopping cart page can be a little tricky - when it should be very simple.
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  • The biggest challenge I have found with WordPress is training - helping clients and business owners understand just how much they can achieve with WordPress. Even though there is so much great information online about WordPress, most of it is not organized into a logical system, or aimed at technical users. This is why I have years developing a comprehensive WordPress 'A-Z' training system that takes users step-by-step through every aspect of using WordPress.
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Likelihood to Renew

1ShoppingCart5.5
Based on 2 answers
If I were in charge of the renewal decision I would really take a look at 1SC vs. Infusionsoft. There are many ways each are great and many ways they are different. I would look at what was best for my company and make the choice accordingly. I find that Infusionsoft has many more ways to intuitively market, segment and cultivate new leads and grow the business as a whole than 1SC currently has.
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WordPress9.3
Based on 35 answers
WordPress is open source, completely free to use software. There is no cost to renew and you can use the software to build an unlimited number of websites on domains that you own. Hence, a $0 cost software that builds you infinite assets.
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Usability

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WordPress9.0
Based on 13 answers
I think that many people can use WordPress easily but not everyone is able to. WordPress is still be a little overwhelming for some. Everyday, WordPress is improving it's usability and that's what makes it such a great platform to use for business and personal websites. I think serious business owners will take the time to learn to use it
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Reliability and Availability

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WordPress9.5
Based on 3 answers
Anyone can visit WordPress.org and download a fully functional copy of WordPress free of charge. Additionally, WordPress is offered to users as open-source software, which means that anyone can customize the code to create new applications and make these available to other WordPress users.
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Performance

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WordPress8.6
Based on 2 answers
Mostly, any performance issues have to do with using too many plugins and these can sometimes slow down the overall performance of your site. It is very tempting to start adding lots of plugins to your WordPress site, however, as there are thousands of great plugins to choose from and so many of them help you do amazing things on your site.If you begin to notice performance issues with your WordPress site (e.g. pages being slow to load), there are ways to optimize the performance of your site, but this requires learning the process. WordPress users can learn how to optimize their WordPress sites by downloading the WPTrainMe WordPress training plugin (WPTrainMe.com) and going through the detailed step-by-step WordPress optimization tutorials.
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Support

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic
WordPress8.0
Based on 10 answers
With WordPress, it's important to differentiate between support for the application itself, and support for third-party components that integrate with WordPress like "plugins" (functionality) and "themes" (web design templates).The WordPress application provides free support via an online community of general users and technical experts (e.g. developers). This support is mostly related to reporting bug fixes, security vulnerabilities, etc., which then get reviewed by the core development team for possible implementation and resolution in the next or a future version upgrade.Most of the problems users experience with WordPress, however, tend to come from third-party plugins and themes causing conflicts or errors. These are developed by a range of different providers, developers, designers, amateur coders, etc. and so the level of support varies. Just like "apps" for mobile devices, there are developers who create robust solutions that play well with everything else on your device and they provide excellent support to users, and there are "fly by the seat of their pants" developers and/or marketers who rush out software that is really "buggy", or they don't have a great customer support structure in place to handle issues and provide solutions quickly (or at all).I gave the rating of 8/10 in this case, because if you focus on the support you can expect to receive for "core" WordPress-related issues only (e.g. bugs or vulnerabilities in the software), there is no dedicated WordPress support "representative" that will directly assist you or manage your case - it's an open source community. And if you focus on the support you can expect to receive for third-party plugins and themes, then that varies greatly depending on who the plugin or theme developer is, and whether you are using a free or premium plugin or theme
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In-Person Training

No score
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WordPress7.0
Based on 1 answer
Varies by the person providing training. High marks as it's incredibly easy to find experienced individuals in your community to provide training on any aspect of WordPress from content marketing, SEO, plugin development, theme design, etc. Less than 10 though as the training is community based and expectations for a session you find may fall short.
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Online Training

No score
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WordPress10.0
Based on 1 answer
It is very easy to find online resources to learn how to do just about anything with WordPress.
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Implementation

No score
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WordPress6.7
Based on 9 answers
You can create custom RSS and XML to export content from previous CMS' and import this into Wordpress.
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Alternatives Considered

Again, it's the client that usually selects the system they want to use. I think 1ShoppingCart has lower monthly payment options so that makes it more appealing. Infusionsoft has a $2k payment that must be made in order to use their product
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I have evaluated various CMS that you can add on to HTML sites and I also spent some time working with Joomla.
With the CMS add ons for HTML, they are fine if you just want to update the text exactly where it sits on the page. At the time I evaluated them, they didn't allow for much expansion to a page or the site.
With Joomla, I found that there were so many steps involved in editing or adding content and pages, that it was far too much to expect my customers to learn to be able to update their site themselves. Which in my opinion, which totally misses the point of a CMS.I have tried a couple of others but none of them seem as intuitive or easy to use as WordPress.
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Scalability

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WordPress10.0
Based on 1 answer
WordPress is completely scalable. You can get started immediately with a very simple "out-of-the box" WordPress installation and then add whatever functionality you need as and when you need it, and continue expanding. Often we will create various WordPress sites on the same domain to handle different aspects of our strategy (e.g. one site for the sales pages, product information and/or a marketing blog, another for delivering products securely through a private membership site, and another for running an affiliate program or other application), and then ties all of these sites together using a common theme and links on each of the site's menus.Additionally, WordPress offers a multisite function that allows organizations and institutions to manage networks of sites managed by separate individual site owners, but centrally administered by the parent organization. You can also expand WordPress into a social networking or community site, forums, etc.The same scalability applies to web design. You can start with a simple design and then scale things up to display sites with amazing visual features, including animations and video effects, sliding images and animated product image galleries, elements that appear and fade from visitor browsers, etc.The scaling possibilities of WordPress are truly endless.
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Return on Investment

  • Faster lead conversion, definitely
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  • Positive: WordPress is can be set up vey quickly, you can have a site go live as fast as you can input the content, once it's been set up with the right functions and theme.
  • Positive: People want their HTML sites moved over to WordPress because of it's versatility and ease of updating.
  • Positive: Even though I may be missing out on profit when my Customers don't need to come back to me for changes to their site, what I do get is great Customer feedback about how I have solved their website issues and how much they love their WordPress site - for that I get recommend to others.
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Pricing Details

1ShoppingCart

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details

WordPress

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details