If you’re looking to improve the functionality of your Magento store, here are the top 5 Magento eCommerce extensions that will increase your conversion rates and boost your sales.
The number 1 Magento eCommerce extension that will turn any simple Magento store into a multi-vendor Marketplace. Especially suited to fit the growing needs of dropshipping entrepreneurs who are looking for a way to ease the handling of inventory storage and shipment.
If a Multi-vendor marketplace still sounds a bit grandiose to fit in your shoes, why not try the Supplier Front-end Product Upload Extension? It basically does the same thing as CM MarketPlace, except it is aimed for specified non-admin users rather than being open for anyone to register. Read more about Supplier Front-end Product Upload Extension.
#2 – Multi User Extension
This is a popular extension that turns a single Magento® user account into one with multiple sub-user accounts and grants advanced permissions to each user. Choose from five different permission levels to give users access according to their role in the business as well as the ability to send cart for approval before being able to complete a purchase.
This cool extension allows you to create, track and display custom error messages for customers when they fail to apply a coupon code in your Magento store. Having a proper explanation for why the error is occurring is more important for your customers then you think.
#4 – Sales Rep Extension
The easiest and most robust way to manage and analyze sales representatives or dealer sales performance and commission over time. With sales representatives and sales commission management options like assigning sales reps to customer accounts or orders, this sales rep extension helps admin while creating a better customer experience.
Encourage your users to leave a product review by offering them a coupon for their next purchase on your store. Reviews make you and your products more reliable in the eyes of new customers and can generate an increase in sales.
It only remains to choose the extensions that best suite your needs. All these extensions are presented in two version – for Magento 1 and Magento 2. If you’re new to Magento, there’s a sense to start a website on Magento 2, as Magento 1 officially is not supported since June 2020.