Five Important Plugins for WooCommerce in 2019

Looking for the most important WooCommerce plugins to get your e-commerce site up and running? We’ve got you covered!

As of today, there are more than 56,000 plugins in the official plugin directory at WordPress.org, which doesn’t include third-party premium plugins & themes. The bad news? There’s a lot of plugins to choose from. The good news is you only need a small representation of those plugins to run a successful and optimized WordPress site.  So, we took the time to comb through all those plugins and showcase only the best for your website. So here are 5 must-have WooCommerce plugins to get your e-commerce site up and running in 2019.

#1: WP All Import Pro

This will save you tons of time over having to manually create new products. WP All Import Pro, also known as WordPress XML and CSV Import plugin, is the most complete and feature-rich import plugin for WordPress and Woocommerce. It even has support for the Advanced Custom Fields plugin which allows it to import custom fields too. It has the option to import data into existing data. It can even import images to your own server without any problem or connection breakage.

 

#2: Elementor Pro

Elementor Pro allows you to create product templates, so instead of having to modify each product you can apply a single template to all of them at once. It has a live form editor, which means you can edit your forms without even leaving the editor page. It also comes with live custom CSS code support. You can place Elementor templates to sidebars, footers or any other area you want viz shortcodes or widgets. It is fully compatible with WooCommerce and has built-in fast loading sliders. Some other elements include price tables, countdown, flip box, share buttons, animated headlines, etc.

#3: Multi-step Checkout

You’re going to want to make the checkout process as simple as possible for your visitors. I’d recommend Multi-Step Checkout. This plugin helps create a better user experience by splitting the checkout process in several steps. This will also improve your conversion rate.

#4: Stripe Payment Gateway

You’ll also need a payment gateway to process customer payments. Stripe payment gateway for WooCommerce integrates Stripe into your WooCommerce store. It can collect payments from credit cards and Apple Pay directly into your store via Stripe API. The payments are handled by Stripe and they charge only a small fee on every transaction. 

#5: Yoast SEO Premium

Yoast SEO Premium is a must-have for optimizing your product content for search engines. The premium version of Yoast WordPress SEO provides you with additional premium features such as Internal linking suggestions, Content insights, and a Redirect manager.

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