Having used WooCommerce for my online store for quite some time, I soon realised it is far from a complete system and requires many more plugins to make it more desirable and professional.
Table of Contents
- 1 Paid Plugins
- 2 Free Plugins
- 3 Plugin Wishlist
Email Customizer for WooCommerce ( USD29 )
The default WooCommerce emails are boring and basic. There’s no option to easily customize it with your own content unless you edit them manually. To safe time, use this to quickly edit the emails you send to customers and yourself when you orders are received/refunded. You can change the layout, color and logos to your liking so the emails may appear more professional to your customers.
Purchase this plugin here.
WooCommerce Shipping Tracking ( USD24 )
If you’re shipping to customers with tracking, you need to provide tracking info to them so they can track their own packages. Otherwise, they will ask you for it and that causes a lot of hassle. This plugin can support any tracking method and postal service as long as they can be trackable online. You can add your own tracking services/links as well. This is truly indespensible for any WooCommerce shop that sells physical products.
You can get this plugin here from Codecanyon.
Quform – WordPress Form Builder ( USD29 )
A contact form is a necessity for websites nowadays, how else would they contact you(except for commenting on your posts)? I’ve tried many free contact form plugins and they do not have the full functionality unless you upgrade. Quform is by far the easiest contact form builder I have used with many features. Furthermore, its uploading feature worked flawlessly.
Buy this plugin from Codecanyon here.
UpdraftPlus is a wordpress backup plugin I use for doing backups daily. You can also use it for remote storage which is much safer than storing it on the same server as your website.
Easy HTTPS (SSL) Redirection
WP Content Copy Protection & No Right Click