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To get a flexible set of payment options quickly provisioned on your online store, Klarna is ideal. They offer the usual payment options and also additional buy now pay later options which give the customer a full selection of choices. With Klarna you can do one integration and get access to all of these.
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[WooCommerce] does really well for simple stores that don't have a lot of products. It's really easy to set up and get products added so people can purchase them online. It's not the best for really complicated stores with products that need a lot of customization; you have to find 3rd-party plugins to add additional functionality to your store and sometimes those can create conflicts between one another.
Read full review Pros Flexible payment option. Easy to navigate the back end. Read full review Keeps track of product inventory, including details of product variations such as colors and sizes if required. Keeps track of orders so that the shopkeeper has one place to log in and see the status and history of orders to her shop. Creates shop-related pages automatically. Once you add one or more products, they will automatically appear on your shop home page. Additionally, pages for viewing shopping carts and for checking out are automatically created. Read full review Cons Some Magento integration needs extra customisation Account setup can take time Able to configure your own offers via the dashboard Read full review Because of how the Wordpress database is structured, WooCommerce isn't great for large or complex e-commerce sites. More out-of-the-box options would be nice within the base software. Because add-on plugins are developed by 3rd parties, sometimes you get conflicts that break things. Read full review Likelihood to Renew
Despite very rare glitches, more connected to an excessive number of plugins, that affect the speed of the site, we are extremely satisfied with the platform, the ability to import and export products, even though we just export them, as we have our proprietary system for updating inventories. We love the ease of upgrading, enhancing, innovating, and the freedom we have to do whatever we want, which is a plus, when you consider Shopify can take down your whole store as they please, if they think you aren't abiding to their TOS or their ever changing set of rules.
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I gave it lots of points for being a simple product that instantly gives you a store. Very intuitive and simple for the client to update or implement. Loses LOTS of points when you want to do anything besides just sell stuff (coupons, etc) then it makes you pay big money for the add-ons and makes it difficult and time-intensive to develop your own.
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not muh support
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Klarna have the most advanced and comprehensive solution which includes buy now pay later.
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We were pretty sure we wanted a
site so that we had more control over the site itself, having been burned by third-party vendor sites before. The fact that WooCommerce integrates so well with
was a big selling point for us.
would have been too heavy of a lift for our small dev team and we didn't want to rely on
(though all of those products could have their merits for other projects or clients).
Read full review Return on Investment They take a fee, larger than other systems do, so I do lose some money there. I make more sales than I would without the payment option through Klarna. Read full review Positive: low cost to start up, and allowed us to start selling right away. Negative: better plug-ins have a high cost of entry. For example if you want to do subscriptions you need a paid plugin for it. Positive: easily integrates with PayPal and Stripe. Justin Esgar
CEO/President - 360° IT Consulting, Server Management, IT Security
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