Online businesses are on the rise, competition grows and if you want to win a battle for customer, you need to get their attention, interest and provide great service. But let's go back to whole attention and interest thing. You may have the greatest marketing campaign and a lot of hits on you website, but as soon as your web doesn't look credible, your visitor is lost and can't find desired information, you failed and burned all money you invested into marketing. I really hope this blog will help you to increase your sales and satisfy you and your customer who will receive great value for their money.

Did you know, that you can build good looking and 100% functional website under 100 bucks? And you do not need a developer by your hand? There is bunch of WordPress templates for e-commerce websites out there. I listed 10 of them I found on envato market place and I consider them as highly professional and user friendly.

1. Snapshop by Shindiri Studio

With Snapshop you do not need to worry about mobile version of your website, since the theme is completely responsive. For proud owners of MacBooks may be interesting that whole template is retina ready. If you are not among people who consider HTML and CSS as their greatest hobby, I have good news. Snapshop includes Frontend Builder - drag and drop editor, so you do not need to bother with coding and hiring developers.

2. Blanco by 8theme

Blanco template is fully responsive, so your customer will be able to browse your website in very good quality on any device. If you have really heavy website which needs to include more currencies and has couple of language variations, Blanco might be a solution for you.

3. MayaShop by Sara_p

MayaShop template is responsive as previous ones and ready for multilingual variations. You can choose from 50+ backgrounds and 8 sliders. If you are offering your website for turkish, polish, german, russian, japanese, estonian, danish, french or spanish market, you do not need to bother with translations, since they are ready.

4. Kallyas by hogash

Responsive, SEO ready and compatible with WPML. You may choose from wide variety of sliders and 6 homepage styles. If you think, that WordPress is too easy for you, hogash offer you Kallyas theme also for Magento CMS.

5. Mr. Tailor by getbowtied

Mr. Tailor theme is, like all the previous themes mentioned above, fully responsive and accessible for any device. Theme includes plugin Visual Composer - drag and drop editor, so you can create websites of your dreams without any knowledge of coding at all.

6. Justshop by Templatation

Anyone in bakery industry here? Justshop - Cake Bakery WordPress Theme might help you to sell all your delicious muffins and cakes via user friendly and nicely designed website. Another template created for us, who are not enjoying coding, plugin Visual Composer is included in the package.

7. Haute by designcrumbs

Unlike previous ones, this e-commerce template is not compatible with WOOcommerce but Cart66 and Cart66 Cloud plugins. Design is minimalistic, clean, responsive and retina ready. This template is suitable for any type of product.

8. Essential by ProspektDesign

Where you thinking abut enabling auctions on your e-commerce website? Extension of WOOcommerce for auctions is included in Essential theme. Ah, on of course this theme is also responsive, retina ready and compatible with WPML.

9. Retro by Olegnax

Do you like retro style or better said, do you want to have different e-shop than others? You may try out Retro template with unique vintage design.

10. All Around by Shindiri Studio

All Around is multipurpose WordPress template including options for blogs. If you want to support your sales and profile yourself as an expert in area, grab this template. All Around is fully responsive, retina ready and Frontend Builder is a part of a package.

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I hope you found this list useful. I mean, there are loads and loads of options for your e-commerce website. These are just 10 I found very professional and for reasonable price. Whether you choose some of them or not, remember that design and user experience are walking hand in hand with your customer satisfactions and your sales.