Free Course:

Create a Multitenant eCommerce Platform on Wildcloud

Do you want to create a platform like Shopify where you can sell eCommerce stores? You are in the right place, because we’ll show you how to build an ecommerce platform using Wildcloud and WordPress.

Sell stores in your platform and get recurring revenue.

Build your own WordPress-based ecommerce platform

Building web platforms is really difficult if you don’t have a guide and the right tools. But in this course we will give you both: you will learn step by step how to build your ecommerce platform, and you will know the right tools to do it.

Why take this course?


Easy Video Lessons


Easy Text Lessons


Dashboard Designs


Live Chat Support

Here's what you'll learn in this free course

Earn money online by Selling Stores in your platform

Making money on the Internet is a dream that you can make come true if you build products and services that generate value to your clients.

In this course, you will learn how to create your ecommerce platform so that your customers create and manage their own online stores.

Use WordPress behind the scenes And create a custom user interface

Normally, your platform users would have to use the ugly and tedious WordPress admin dashboard.

But with WP Frontend Admin, you can create your own front-end dashboard, so your users can manage their online stores from a custom user interface.

To see more dashboard designs, click here.

Impress your platform users by selling beautiful store designs!

Your users won’t have to design their sites from scratch, because we will show you how to create and configure beautiful site templates that will automatically clone on the users’ sites.

Your users only have to choose the membership / subscription plan they prefer, and the template will be automatically cloned to their own sites.

Avoid the pitfalls of WP Multisite Use WordPress Multitenancy

When you use WP Multisite, your entire network is a single WordPress installation that takes up a lot of resources and can sometimes become slow. If something fails, all sites will fail.

When you use WordPress Multitenancy, your sites or tenants are independent, having independent databases. The only thing your sites or tenants will share will be the codebase (plugins, themes, language files). This will make your platform more robust, lighter, and have better performance in general.

We’ll use Wildcloud, a solution that allows us to use WordPress to create a unified, marketable product.

Ready to build your multitenant ecommerce platform?