WordPress is a very popular and easy to use Content Management System. You can extend the functionality of your WordPress website by installing plugins. Plugins are pieces of software you can add to your website via the WordPress Dashboard.
Automattic (the creators of WordPress) opened their servers to developers who uploaded their plugins to the WordPress.org repository. Right from your Dashboard you can search and install plugins that community members have developed and are made available to you free of charge.
When a plugin is updated on the repository, within hours, it triggers an alert on your server to update the plugin. The update is completed by just pressing the link to update. It is that easy.
Aside from the free plugins, there are also hundreds, if not thousands, of premium commercial plugins that you can purchase, upload and install on your site through the same Dashboard panel.
There are many high quality free plugins that we use on most sites. They are:
Because these are community developed plugins, support is usually provided via the WordPress.org forum. Responses to your questions may take a few days, be patient as these developers are providing their talents free of charge.
WordPress Plugins by EqualServing
We recognized the need for the following plugins and made them available via the WordPress.org repository.
If you use 1ShoppingCart.com to manage your product portfolio, you might find our plugin for 1ShoppingCart.com helpful in synchronizing your products and Add to Cart links with your WordPress website. This plugin uses the 1ShoppingCart.com API to retrieve product details.
- ActiveCampaign with WooCommerce
Add your customers to specific ActiveCampaign lists and/or tag your customers with product details so that you have target email campaigns to their specific needs. ActiveCampaign is an email marketing system. Integrate it with WooCommerce to deliver robust marketing automation.
Other WordPress Plugin Development by EqualServing
We have built many WordPress sites and sometimes a custom plugin is required because of the unique business or a specific workflow. Contact us, if you want us to create a custom plugin for your WordPress website.