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✔ Front-end Dashboard For Each Seller
✔ Automatic Commission System
✔ Withdraw System for Vendors
✔ Seller Verification
✔ RMA setup for customers
✔ Admin Reports
✔ Vendor Review
✔ Store Support
Advanced e-Commerce part:
✔ Refund option Development
✔ Advanced Product Badge
✔ Product Barcode Option
✔ Frontend Shop Manager
✔ Multi-step Checkout
✔ Abandoned Cart Recovery
✔ Tips option Develop
✔ Dynamic price Development
✔ Coupon/ Offer sending option_ After Review
✔ Gift Card
✔ 360 Degree Product image
✔ PDF Invoice
✔ Email Customization
✔ Newsletter Popup
✔ Live chat for customer support
✔ Affordable Price
✔ After work support
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How to Create a eCommerce Website in 5 Steps
If you’re planning to build your own eCommerce website, the process may seem intimidating at first glance. Fortunately, it’s much easier than you might think to set up a WordPress eCommerce website that can be ready to go in just five steps! Here’s how to do it, along with some helpful tips along the way!
Step 1 – Pick A Theme (You Can Get Premium Free)
The first step when you create your multi-vendor site is picking out a theme. There are thousands of themes out there, most of which cost around $60. The best thing about WordPress ecommerce websites, though, is that there are plenty of free premium themes available for download. If you aren’t looking to spend money and want a website up quickly, I highly recommend searching for one of these themes – they have everything you need included with it already.
Step 2 – Select The Best Theme For Your Business
If you’re just getting started with your own multivendor marketplace website, it’s probably best to choose an off-the-shelf theme. These are pre-made templates that will allow you to get your site up and running quickly without any fuss. There are literally thousands of multi-vendor marketplace themes available, which means there is something for every business niche out there.
Step 3 – Install & Customize WordPress And WooCommerce
WordPress powers more than 28% of all websites on the Internet, and more than 70 million people use it. Although there are many other great content management systems out there, like Drupal and Joomla!, nothing beats WordPress when it comes to user-friendliness. And as for WooCommerce, it’s simply one of (if not THE) best ways to create an online store using WordPress. Read on to learn how I set up my website using these two popular tools.
Step 4 – Add Products To WooCommerce
Before you launch your WooCommerce store, you’ll need to add products to it. This step is important because it allows you to keep track of how many products you have on your site and allows shoppers to browse through all of them.
Step 5 – Start Selling!
Once you’ve gone through these five steps, your multi-vendor/ eCommerce website is ready for business. If you haven’t already signed up on an online payment processor (like PayPal), be sure to do so. And that’s it! Your site is now live and open for business. Congratulations!