Mostly people’s thinks that WordPress is sufficient platform for ecommerce purpose. Is that true? Absolutely not. In this guide, we will reveal some interesting and knowledgeable parts of WordPress vs Magento and will also clear the both platforms structural purpose.
Is WordPress Good For Ecommerce?
Absolutely not, because WordPress basic creation purpose of WordPress is to build your own website without any knowledge of coding. WordPress is designed for create a website not particularly for ecommerce purpose. WordPress doesn’t fulfill ecommerce software or CMS criteria due to lack of ecommerce features.
WordPress offers ecommerce templates and plugins but that not means it will work same like Amazon, eBay or other ecommerce sites. Again repeating, according to WordPress features it is not compatible or doesn’t fulfill ecommerce website status. WordPress structure can make blog or news magazine website with perfection but not ecommerce.
What is Magento:
Similar like WordPress, Magento is also an open source platform to build ecommerce website. Did you listen that what I said, open source who build ecommerce website. Here we are using a word ‘build ecommerce website’ now sounds like good. Magento is particularly designed only for ecommerce purpose and this software can not be used for blogging or news magazine purpose because this software is designed under the consideration of ecommerce perspective not for blogging.
WordPress Vs Magento:
WordPress is restricted in limitation of ecommerce perspective. But Magento is able to cross the entire wall of ecommerce. What things or features made the Magento better than WordPress. Let’s check out comparison between WordPress vs Magento.
|Price||Free (Open Source)||Free (Open Source)|
|Customized Layered Navigation||No||Yes|
|Product Management||Normal||High-end Interface|
|Category Management||Normal||High-end Interface|
|Customer Management||No||High-end Interface|
|Separate Promotion Manager||No||High-end Interface|
|Sales/Customer Reports Stats||Simple||High-end Interface|
|Currency Manager||No||Yes (Customizable)|
|Transactional Email Manager||No||Yes (Can be modified each email)|
|Seo Compatible||From Seo perspective 30%||From Seo perspective 99.99%|
|Product Page Customization (%)||20%||90%|
|Payment Methods||Approx All||Approx All|
|Separate Tax Manager||No||Yes (High-end Interface)|
|Shipping Methods||Not Compatible with All||100% Compatible with all|
|Track Order Manager||No||Yes|
Above we compared the both softwares and their features in details. Above details belongs to our years of experience with both CMS platforms.
Both are good on his places but to be honest with my passion Magento won this victory. Because here we are talking about ecommerce not about blogging journey. WordPress is excellent but for blogging and news magazine sites.
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