6 Best e-commerce Platforms to build your perfect store in 2020:

Find out which eCommerce platform is best in 2020 according to your needs | Shopify | Woocommerce | Bigcommerce | Wix | Squarespace | Magento

6 Best e-commerce Platforms to build your perfect store in 2020:
6 Best e-commerce Platforms to build your perfect store in 2020:

In 2020 there are a lot of options available to build your perfect eCommerce store. And makes you even more confused, which one to choose. Some of them are free and some of them are not. In this article we have list-down top 6 eCommerce platforms, and what are the best features of each platform, along with there pricing table.

1. Shopify 
2. Woocommerce
3. BigCommerce
4. Wix
5. Squarespace
6. Magento

1. Shopify

Shopify probably comes first in the mind when anybody thinks about eCommerce platforms. Since 2014 Shopify has gained substantial popularity and well-deserved fame in the space of eCommerce platforms, leaving behind Magento. In 2020 Shopify is the market leader in the eCommerce domain.

To create your dream store, Shopify provides a plethora of options in terms of design and functionality, with the help of its huge and strong community. You will have many options for both free and paid add-ons and themes.

But Shopify has gained its reputation as a market leader because it's easy to use UI and it's competitive pricing.

Shopify Pricing:
1. Basic Shopify: $29/mo
2. Shopify: $79/mo
3. Advanced Shopify: $299/mo

2. WooCommerce

WooCommerce is an open-source platform, which means you can use the platform for free. And the best part about it that it comes as a plugin for your WordPress website.
Although the WooCommerce platform as a service is free, you will need to pay for the domain, email, theme, support, etc. And therefore doesn't necessarily mean that you will save money by using this open-source platform.

If you compare it with Shopify some of the basic functionalities that come as a plugin are costlier, which are included free of cost in Shopify's list of services.

WooCommerce is perfect for you if you want flexibility for your eCommerce store. And with WooCommerce there is a lot to learn, but you will not face any problem in terms of the quality of the tutorials.

Bluehost's WordPress + WooComerce hosting Pricing:
a. Starter: $6.13/mo
b. Plus: $7.46/mo
c. Pro: $10.13/mo

3. BigCommerce

BigCommerce has been in the market since 2009, but it has only gained traction recently. And now it has become a good alternative to Shopify.
BigCommerce is also Saas, just like Shopify. And seamless services, themes, and addons make it even better. It is also fairly easy to use and good community support.

BigCommerce Pricing:
Standard- $29.95/mo
Plus- 79.95/mo
Pro- 299.95/mo

4. Wix

Wix! Wait a minute, isn't wix used for building websites?

Yes, you might have used or heard about Wix as a Saas for building a website. But they have also introduced their eCommerce platform.

Wix is known for its easy-to-use website builder and can build a great looking website. Now, imagine if you could use the same services to build your awesome looking eCommerce store.

Wix Pricing:
Combo - $17/month
Unlimited - $22/month
Business Basic - $28/month

5. Squarespace

Squarespace is also like wix. And it's very easy to set up your eCommerce store using this platform. If you just want to have your eCommerce store up and ready without any hassle, then Squarespace is just the platform you need.

Squarespace Pricing:
Personal - $16/mo
Business - $26/mo
Basic Commerce - $30/mo
Advanced Commerce - $46/mo

6. Magento

Magento is the second platform in the list which is open-source and free to use. But Magento requires coding and you are going to need a developer. You can easily find developers through platforms like Upwork and Freelancers.
But if you yourself want to learn and build the store, there is a huge community and very good quality of tutorials available.


One could argue all day which platform is the best. And it seems unfair to compare the above-listed platforms to each other. Each one of them is best for the services they are providing. It all comes down to you, what are your needs.

If you want to build your own website without writing a single line of code, then Shopify is the best!

But if you just want the already available templates and just want to focus on the sales and marketing, then Squarespace and Wix are best.

And if you want to have more control over your store, in terms of the design, functionality, and other services, then you should consider woocommerce or Magento.

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