WordPress plugin(s) for ecommerce and affiliate management?

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Hi, fellow Warriors!

I'm looking to create an online marketplace that has add-to-cart buttons and that allows people to add several products to their cart and then buy once through Paypal.

At the same time, I want to have an affiliate program that allows affiliates to refer customers to this marketplace.

The project is being built on WordPress.

Is there a WordPress plugin that does ALL that?

Or... two plugins that CAN work together to achieve this?

Or, maybe a combination of 3rd-party products/services and WordPress plugins?

Thanks in advance!
#affiliate #ecommerce #management #plugins #wordpress
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  • Profile picture of the author Delboy Trotter
    I'm looking to create an online marketplace that has add-to-cart buttons and that allows people to add several products to their cart and then buy once through Paypal.

    I'm pretty sure you can do that using Woocommerce & Wordpress alone, since it's one of the basic features of every Ecommerce platform. (Although I recommend going with Shopify).


    For your affiliate needs, you can check YITH WooCommerce Affiliates (never used it, but it match what you need, I believe)
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  • Profile picture of the author tyronne78
    You can run your own affiliate program using ClickFunnels Backpack.
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    When i had my ecommerce site I, for about 10 years, used 3dcart. it has everything you need. here is a link to setting up the affiliate extension.

    https://support.3dcart.com/knowledge...iliate-program

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  • Profile picture of the author markmiller24x7
    Wordpress with Woocommerce will do everything you're required.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dean Fields
    I personally favor Wordpress + Woocommerce. But take notice that Woocommerce can be a resource hog. Make sure you have a good hosting provider that offers hosting optimized for Wordpress and/or can scale with the demands of traffic.
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