What the launch of Ecommerce means
Today’s launch marks the end of beta, and includes some price cuts and adjustments — but “launch” certainly doesn’t mean the end of development. We still have a lot more coming, which we’ll detail below in our roadmap section. For now, let’s take a look at the updates to ecommerce site plans that come with today’s launch.
Price cuts and changes to Ecommerce site plans
As we noted in our beta release post, pricing during the beta was subject to change. Today’s launch introduces a few updates to pricing for Ecommerce site plans:
- Lower annual cost for the Standard plan: We’ve lowered the monthly price for our entry level Standard ecommerce site plan to $29/month, when paid annually.
- Removing the sales limit on Advanced: We’re removing the sales volume limit on the Advanced site plan, which should make pitching Webflow Ecommerce to larger clients easier.
- Monthly price increase for Standard and Pro: With the introduction of variants and these other new features, we’re raising the monthly price on Standard from $39 to $42, and from $79 to $84 on Plus. On Plus, the annually paid monthly price changes from $72 to $74. (Note: As promised, all existing site plans will be grandfathered.)
What’s next for Webflow Ecommerce
Today’s launch milestone is just the beginning: we have a lot more work to do, and we’re actively researching and planning out the next big features for the product. Here’s a look at what we’re working on next and information on how you can help shape the future.
- Checkout with PayPal: Let your customers pay with a PayPal account. Key for countries and markets that don’t typically use credit cards.
- Coupons and discounts: Create and manage coupons for seasonal sales and other promotions.
- Digital goods support: Sell downloadable goods like ebooks, design files, fonts, etc.
- Customer accounts: Let customers store payment information, view previous orders, and more with their own account.
- More built-in integrations (marketing, shipping, fulfillment, accounting)
How to help shape the roadmap
As always, we’d love to have your input and feedback on the future of Webflow Ecommerce. The two easiest ways to get involved are:
- Webflow Wishlist: File new feature requests and vote for existing ones on the Wishlist. This is also a great way to stay in the loop — once we ship something you created or voted on, you’ll get an email with more info.
- Webflow Forum: Join our forum and participate in the conversation about new features, provide feedback, and connect with other users.
Our product team will also go to the Wishlist and Forum to run surveys, user testing, or for specific questions, so these are the best places to go if you want to join the conversation. (Thanks in advance for all your help!)
What are you going to build with Webflow Ecommerce? Let us know in the comments!