NEED HELP: I am Confused Between Shopify & WooCommerce - Reporting Structure

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Greetings Everyone!

I am all set to launch my ecommerce store for Men's apparel and I have quite a big range of products.

I have done little bit of my research but I am still not sure which CMS would be best in terms of:

- User Friendliness
- Management
- Email Automation (Like in Shopify, the email management system is quite easy to set up, but is it the sale case with WooCommerce?)

- And Most importantly: Reporting. (Suppose if at the end of the month, I want to fetch a report that how many of my X number of articles were sold, "in comparison to Z article". (Probability and statistical analysis of in-store trends - Similar to Google Data Studio) Or is it something I have to ask any Shopify or WooCommerce developer to custom-code?

So, kindly guide me which CMS platform should I choose?

I will really appreciate if you can give me in-depth answers based on your own experiences.
#confused #reporting #shopify #structure #woocommerce
  • Profile picture of the author salmansafder
    Shopify 100% recommended.


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  • Profile picture of the author vicky110
    if its your 1st startup related to ecommerce and dont have much website related skills go with shopify otherwise with a lot functions and wide options WordPress is the best option
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  • Profile picture of the author Preeti Tanna
    Here, you have your answer

    I am going to answer this question by comparing three popular CMSs: WordPress, Shopify, and Magento.

    WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world. It's free and easy to use, but it isn't designed specifically for ecommerce. That means you'll have to find or build a solution for your ecommerce needs.

    Shopify is best for small business owners who need a simple way to manage their online presence and don't have much time or money for custom development. It has built-in support for payment gateways and email automation tools that make it easy to manage your customers' experience from start to finish.

    Magento is similar to Shopify in that its goal is simple: provide an affordable way for small businesses to create an online store without having to hire developers or designers. But unlike Shopify, Magento has more advanced features like built-in SEO tools and customizable layouts that allow you to customize your site exactly how you want it.
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