Owned by software behemoth Adobe, Magento is a powerful website design platform that allows users to build in a fully functional E-commerce storefront. Popular amongst small and large businesses alike, they boast some big name clients such as Bauhaus, BevMo!, Coca Cola and more.
Statistically speaking, Magento is one of the most popular E-commerce platforms in the world. In fact, according to recent studies, Magneto powers something like 20% of all E-commerce storefronts! One of their biggest calling cards is mobile site functionality, offering cool perks such as “instant purchase” for your repeat customers. However, their platform is most popular amongst businesses with large budgets and users with at least some web development experience. A common complaint is that the interface isn’t the easiest to use, and prices are high compared to other E-commerce platforms. While the platform has a lot of great features such as thousands of in-market apps and more, it’s not the most user friendly for those of us who aren’t that tech savvy.
- Sell unlimited products and SKU’s
- Integrate with multiple sales channels such as Amazon and eBay
- Manage all orders and inventory from a single system
- Accept all credit cards and integrate with PayPal
- Enormous built-in features like email marketing, automatically configured SEO and more
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- Expensive compared to other platforms
- Users need to pay for design templates to build from
- Submit a form to try a free demo
- Phone numbers and contact form available on their website for support
- Help Center also available with a variety of resources