GoDaddy's Customers Now can Use WooCommerce Extensions for Free
GoDaddy has made it easier for users to set up an online store.
In a recent announcement, GoDaddy said that the company would provide its managed WordPress eCommerce customers with free access to the WooCommerce extensions.
There are more than 75 premium WooCommerce extensions in the new plugin bundle. When combined with a wide range of WordPress plugins and themes, they will make it more flexible for designers and developers to build fully featured and customized WooCommerce stores for their clients.
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Another advantage of these new extensions is to raise the worth of GoDaddy's WooCommerce plugins from $3,000 to nearly $6,000 value of premium extensions, GoDaddy's managed WordPress eCommerce customers now can access these extensions for free.
GoDaddy’s WordPress eCommerce customers Now can
Access WooCommerce extensions for Free
The company has also built a list of website builders and web hosting services that not only give site owners new digital gift card offerings but also allow them to accept payments from multiple processors as well as improve their product reviews.
Creating online stores
Moreover, GoDaddy’s managed WordPress eCommerce customers also have an opportunity to get a new seamless experience and site construction flow so that they can quickly create online stores for their clients.
Website designers and developers will now be able to get their clients' online stores up and run them in fewer steps.
The company plans to build a new built-in support dashboard, daily backups, malware scans, and security notifications.
GoDaddy provides free WooCommerce extensions for WordPress customers
For the customers’ best tailored experience, GoDaddy is planning on a new support message center directly into the WordPress platform, allow customers to easily contact GoDaddy's WordPress and WooCommerce experts for consultation.
In a press release, the President of GoDaddy's partners business, Patrick Pulvermuller presented how new can help website designers build online stores, saying:
"We're thrilled to offer our customers even more functionality with WooCommerce, the world's most popular open-source ECommerce solution, along with the strength and versatility of WordPress which powers over one-third of websites online today."