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Get inspired by these stores which use WooCommerce

We would not blame you if you were not sure which platform you want to use as you take your business online. Certainly, it is not a decision to be made rashly. You must take your time, think about the pros and cons of each platform and then arrive at a decision.

While you are doing this research, take a few minutes to see this list of amazing online stores, varied in product-range they offer and the size of their portfolio, that use WooCommerce.

Some of these are from our own clients, some from the general world of WooCommerce, which powers at least 20% of online stores today, leading in a market that is increasingly crowded.

So WooCommerce should not be a difficult choice, but if you have any doubts, here is the list of online stores that use WooCommerce, and successfully. Maybe they could help you decide?

Krispy Kreme

Yes, your beloved donut brand’s online store in Ireland is built on WooCommerce. They have use our Product Delivery Date plugin for deliveries too! The site has an old-school, yet classic feel to it, much like the brand’s image – comfort food on a platter.

While minimal on content, it’s the perfect example of how even global chains too prefer using WooCommerce for their regional business arms and how it can be done with ease.

We Are Little Giants

This kids fashion and accessories online store uses WooCommerce, while their flagship store is in Brooklyn. They sell all kids products, including books and hoodies, jackets and onesies, action figurines, toys, collectibles and more. They are the perfect example of how a small, independent store can have a larger appeal through an online presence, used both as a driver of sales and a portfolio for their offline store.

Theirs is a business that captures a niche of a larger popular category. Does your business fall in that category?

Gallagher Property Management

The Rochester-based property managed firm uses a Booking & Appointment plugin for WooCommerce. The site handles payments, book appointments, and accept online rental applications.

Most of these things are possible with one plugin or another. Gravity forms can handle applications, payments with PayPal or Stripe or other payment gateways. As you will see, they have used slightly low-resolution but real images to add authenticity, which helps build a trust value, which is of utmost importance when making home-related decisions.

Nicco Parks

As an amusement park, literally their entire business rests on being able to manage bookings smoothly. With Tyche’s Booking & Appointment plugin, they do this with absolute ease.

The water park, in Kolkata, India, is an extremely popular tourist spot and visiting by thousands of visitors during peak season. Our booking plugin, used with its basic settings on their website, helps them take bookings at will. And though there is no upper limit on their bookings, there are several options to seal the upper limit too.

Strandberg Guitars

This rather well-designed guitar store is a sleek, smooth and easy to navigate website. Their range starts from no less than a thousand dollars, so if you thought your products were too expensive or exclusive to go online, you should look at them. The California-based company has several features, displaying currency based on location, that help optimize their store.

Beverage Brigade

Beer, coffee, even tea – beverages are always a hit with audiences.

Two businesses under this category, the Reformation Brewery (beer) and Blue Star Coffee Roasters use WooCommerce to bring the tastes and the aromas of the drinks to the customers online. The Reformation Brewery uses WooCommerce most uniquely. While their actual products are not for sale online, they do have a store to send gift cards for different amounts.

Blue Star Coffee Roasters on the other hand, is a retail and wholesale shop, easily managed using WooCommerce. The retail store includes not just coffee beans but also mugs, glasses and other accessories.

Worth Point

So far, the online stores that use WooCommerce have been a mix of big names and niche products. Worth Point is special, since the website curates millions of items from auction houses and online marketplaces across the world and helps evaluate them.

Can we say, that WooCommerce is…worth it?

Several WooCommerce stores have more than 10,000 products, so scaling up is not a hassle (though a little expensive). Product niche is not a hindrance either. You can make your store look, feel and project whatever image you want. List products, for both wholesale and retail. You can categorise them according to you preference.

As our list of stores will tell you, there is almost nothing that is out of WooCommerce’s extended purview (plugins and all inlcluded).

Hesitant, still? Let us know and we will help you out. Write to support@tychesoftwares.com.

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