I currently have a dilemma because a client of mine wants me to switch his website (gold-flyer.com/castle-clash-hack-2018-unlimited-gems/) from wordpress to opencart. At the moment his site doesn't actually sell anything but he is going to start selling.
Not quite sure on what the advantages are with using opencart
Seems to me more to promote a site offering illegal content.
And if you - or your client - want to open a webshop, OpenCart is the right thing for it.
I tried Magento, damn it's so slow and you need extra powered VPS just to run a demo instance. OpenCart is fast, whether on localhost LAMP or Shared Hosting.
I tried WooCommerce too, and I feel like I'm posting a blog post while stitching a product details to it. I hated that.
OpenCart is the way to go - at least for me.
I have also used Magento and wouldn't ever go back there. Life's too short. Lol.
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Firstly Search Woocommerce to Opencart,
Try some recommended sites with live chat, ask them any question.
IF you find it ok, get their module, unzip and upload into Woocommerce and Opencart root folder via FTP protocol.
Then go to their Migration Page.
Fill Woocommerce URL and Opencart URL,
That's it. No tech and programmming skills or coding. You can run it yourself. If you don't want to deal with it, use their service. Goodluck!
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This comparison will cover 3 aspects:
1. WooCommerce vs OpenCart Pricing: Both WooCommerce vs OpenCart can be download and use permanently for free. They provides many features and shows their high flexibility. Because of free use, they are really a popular choice of many users, which means you can enjoy a large community and get a lot of helpful tips from here.
However, like other open source, you need to pay hosting fee with the average of $10/month. You can find many providers cheaper or more expensive depending on your plan, target or purpose.
2. SEO: OpenCart allows you to adjust meta titles, descriptions, and other keywords helping you to attract shoppers. You are expected to know a little technical skill to fully make use of its SEO features. However, the admin interface is very detailed, it’s easy to see where your options are and how to move things around.
WooCommerce has access to extensions and plugins to help with SEO. It’s still reasonably intuitive if you’re familiar with WordPress CMS. SEO here is only limited by your imagination. As your skills grow, your features will only get better. Expert found that SEO in Woocommerce can be considered among the best.
=> WooCommerce for WordPress sites. OpenCart for standalone option.
3. Features: To be honest, both platforms are feature-rich enough to build and scale your online shop. WooCommerce includes things like pre-installed payment gateways and WordPress content integration, making it easy to go from your blog to your store. There are multiple shipping options, analysis tools, and tax calculators. OpenCart isn’t quite as far-reaching, but you’ll still get enough features to scale a business. It has over 20 gateways for payment and over eight shipping methods. It supports multiple currencies, countries, tax issues, and has unlimited products.
=> For more massive (or potentially scalable) businesses, choose OpenCart.
Solution for your WooCommerce to OpenCart migration: The best way to get this done easily with highest level of accuracy and security and reasonable price is using automated cart migration service, namely litextension.com!
Since you are a website freelance, you should know that some of the shopping cart companies offer partnership with website agency like you. You can benefit a lot from this program and save up to 40% discounts for any migration.
The SaaS saved me a lot of time and efforts. By performing the migration with the help of SaaS, you can skip the worries about any data loss since the service treats the data privately. Also, your current platform will stay uptime during the transfer, so you keep selling the products during the switch
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