7 Best Ecommerce Website Builders for Online Stores – 2020September 25, 2020
Volusion sales features
Like the other platforms in this list, Volusion has a good range of strong sales features – especially its highly-detailed inventory management. This will pay dividends as your business grows, as managing your stock and analyzing your sales performance will be easy.
It also has no transaction fees, and a great range of reporting tools which can help you stay on top of your dealings.
But, as we mentioned above, it can be a bit confusing to navigate. Some features relating to your site’s design, for example, can be accessed from two separate menus, creating a doubled-up feeling which leaves your head spinning.
Some menus are simply confusing, with pages you’d expect to be in one place being located in a seemingly unrelated menu. Still, Volusion’s proactive help and support team should be able to help.
Volusion offers four fixed pricing plans, as well as a POA plan for the largest businesses.
The Personal plan costs $26 per month, and is meant for small businesses. You only have access to online support, and will be limited to 100 products and up to $50,000 sales per year.
The Professional plan costs $71 per month, and will let you list 5,000 products on your site. The sales cap is doubled to $100,000 per year, and you get access to features such as product reviews, newsletters, and abandoned cart recoveries.
The Startup plan costs $161 per month, and gives you access to third-party app integrations. You can also list unlimited products, as well as sell on Amazon and eBay. Plus, the sales cap is increased to $250,000 per year.
The Business plan costs $269 per month, and gives you a lot of extra features. For example, you get access to Volusion’s API, advanced report builder tools, and the platform’s ‘Dedicated Success Team’, who can advise you on business decisions rather than simply offering support.
Want to know more? Read our full Volusion review