GoDaddy and WordPress want to supercharge your ecommerce site

Brahm Buck

Following its acquisition of SkyVerge last year, GoDaddy has announced that it will make the company’s WooCommerce extensions available for free for its managed WordPress ecommerce customers. The new plugin bundle contains over 75 premium WooCommerce extensions that, when combined with a vast library of WordPress plugins and themes, will […]

Following its acquisition of SkyVerge last year, GoDaddy has announced that it will make the company’s WooCommerce extensions available for free for its managed WordPress ecommerce customers.

The new plugin bundle contains over 75 premium WooCommerce extensions that, when combined with a vast library of WordPress plugins and themes, will give web designers and developers greater flexibility when creating fully featured and customized WooCommerce stores for their clients.

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