Studiocart eCommerce Plugin for WordPress

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If you need to sell your services, webinars, memberships or courses from your WordPress website, Studiocart makes a great option.

Studiocart is an e-commerce plugin for WordPress. It is paid — but at about $16.50/month, it’s well worth it. For people who sell webinars, events, and courses its one of my top options. (The other is actually ConvertKit for subscriptions — more on that later).

To see what Studiocart looks like on the back end and get a basic overview, check out the video below 👇

Why Studiocart is better than WooCommerce:

The product set up for Studiocart is way more robust than WooCommerce and provides you with more options. 1) Your coupons for a specific product lives in that product’s settings. 2) You can integrate Studiocart with many email software providers right from the product settings. No need for third party plugins or tricky integrations. 3) You have a lot more control over the appearance of the checkout pages.

Studiocart has beautiful checkout pages.

The theme that I most often recommend for WordPress websites is Divi, and Studiocart offers free checkout page templates built with the Divi theme.

More to come on how to use Studiocart!

Xx, Kara

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Hi, I'm Kara

I’m one part website designer, one part strategist and one part accountability partner.  I help service-based solopreneurs get set up online without the tech headaches!