Welcome to the community @netbloom! Webflow pricing can be a bit tricky to wrap your brain around so I’m happy to clarify things a bit.
I am about to buy the business plan to 16 dollars a month (but annually) = is this plan enough to build some stores ?
I’m not sure which plan your looking at, but the “Business” Site plan is $36/mo (when billed yearly). The only plan at that price range is the the CMS Site plan which is $16/mo (when billed yearly).
These prices are all per site—so each separate domain would need it’s own Site plan—but that specific plan doesn’t include any native ecommerce functionality. The cheapest ecommerce option available is $29/mo (when billed annually) but includes all the features from the CMS plan I mentioned above.
There are other platforms out there that will integrate with the CMS plan to allow you to create an ecommerce storefront (Foxy (paid) & Ecwid (free)—to name a couple) but those would be separate from your Webflow site and may require additional setup/usage off-site.
I’ve included a link to the Webflow Pricing page below that breaks things down in terms of Site plans (needed per site—split between “normal” sites and ecommerce) and Account plans (extra features within the Webflow platform—like more unpublished sites, more robust staging sites, code export, white labeling, etc) for reference:
Account plans are mainly for folks who build lots of sites on the platform and/or prefer to export their code to host externally however Site plans are always needed per project to publish with Webflow Hosting—regardless of whether or not you’re paying for an Account plan.
If you’ve got any follow up questions, don’t hesitate to reach out