When it comes to the matter of ecommerce platforms, BigCartel is definitely one of the big names out there today. Still, the possibility always exists that you may be looking for alternatives to this platform for reasons of your individual needs and/or preferences. To help you out with this, I have listed some 10 platforms with a brief review of each below.
While we simply can't deny the fact that Shopify is at least one of the top ecommerce platforms for creating and managing online stores today, there can exist some reason/s for which you wish to explore its alternatives. No matter why you wish to look at them, here are top 10 Shopify alternatives for your ready reference, with my brief review of each.
As someone who is in the process of setting up an online store, you are probably researching and evaluating your options for an ecommerce platform that is suitable for your requirements.
While you have many choices for this today (as listed and evaluated in my article on top ecommerce platforms, Shopify is a leading player in this arena and SquareSpace is a (rapidly) rising star and I'm going to compare these two platforms in this article below.
Shopify is the heavy hitter in today's ecommerce world, but at one point Yahoo! was the only reasonable option when it came to selling products online without much development experience. Therefore, it's time to match up Shopify vs. Yahoo Ecommerce and see which one comes out on top.
As the publisher of an ecommerce industry blog, I am somewhat nostalgic and emotionally charged to be reviewing the Yahoo Ecommerce ecommerce platform. Yahoo! happens to be the first company that brought an ecommerce store building platform out to the masses in a big way, back in 1998. They did this by way of acquiring a company called Viaweb that was founded in 1995 by Paul Graham, Robert Tuppen Morris and Trevor Blackwell. Viaweb was actually the first-ever web app that allowed users with little technical chops to create and host online storefronts.
You're probably reading this because you're in the process of selecting a suitable platform for starting or migrating an ecommerce store and weighing your options.