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ace2296 says

I am goin to be building a store that has 10,000+ products. I love wordpress’s customizable capabilities but i think I need a bigger beast to handle that amount of products. Any suggestions? Should I stick with Wordpress since we’re only paying through PayPal?

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CODE9RS says

Hi.

I think don’t have problem use WordPress mate :)

But you want to find a solution that you like, this will be the best to manage this huge product quantity :)

Cheers, Rafael Angeline

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tabvn says

I am goin to be building a store that has 10,000+ products. I love wordpress’s customizable capabilities but i think I need a bigger beast to handle that amount of products. Any suggestions? Should I stick with Wordpress since we’re only paying through PayPal?

For big store site, i prefer drupal commerce, or Drupal ubercart.

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GravityDept says

Hands down you should use Magento. It’s the de facto, modern eCommerce platform and it’s owned/funded by eBay so its PayPal integration is very tight.

WordPress is not engineered for eCommerce — it’s been shoehorned in by third-party devs. If you’re managing that many products you should only be considering platforms designed from the ground up for all the necessary workflows of an eCommerce site (products, attributes, categories, reviews, tags, promotions, customers, order history, wish lists, checkout, shipping, advanced search, filters, reports, etc).

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x4er0 says

In my opinion You should use Magento or Shopify.

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Vasterad says

In my opinion You should use Magento or Shopify.

I think also.

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naspos says

depends on what you want. i use woocommerce and magento but that depends on the type of site it is.

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SimpleSites4U says

Opencart :) love it

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