COVID-19 has forced organizations across the globe to adjust their approach to business events and interactions. The good news is that if you’re looking to move your event or conference online, WordPress can help. In this post, we explain the benefits of using WordPress to set up a virtual event website, as well as provide helpful tips and plugins you can use to make the process significantly easier and more successful.
With both businesses and consumers becoming increasingly reliant on online selling, incorporating eCommerce into your solutions can help you gain a competitive advantage. This post explains some of the most powerful plugins you can use and walks you through how to set up an online store for your WordPress site in five simple steps.
If you’re looking for an effective, non-intrusive way of capturing your visitors’ attention, adding a notification bar to your website can help. Notification bars are a powerful way to capture emails, drive traffic to a particular page, or promote a new product. There are a handful of helpful WordPress notification bar plugins you can use to make adding one to your site quick and easy.
Buttonizer is a freemium WordPress plugin that helps you implement flexible floating action buttons on WordPress. You’ll be able to choose from a huge array of actions, create button groups to offer multiple buttons at once, target and trigger your buttons by different conditions, plus more.
When uploading products to your store, you might find standard variations don’t cut it. So here’s how to create complex variations in WooCommerce.
Owning or maintaining an online store comes with a lot of repetitive tasks. Your product list is continuously being updated, and so are your customers and orders. Keeping track of them can become an issue.
With WP All Import, you can now import your WooCommerce products on a schedule. In this article, I’ll be explaining how to do so.
Are you looking to take the plunge and create online courses? Please take a look at our tutorial on how to set an online course website using LearnDash, Elementor, and the LearnDash Academy template. Packed full of tips and how you could be up and running sooner than you think.
When you’ve courses on your eLearning site, which cater to wide range of students globally, you’re prone to a lot of translating of your course content. However, translation doesn’t mean it is restricted to the text, however to provide a better learning experience to your students, it includes a lot more. In this article, we’ve described and explored how to easily take up your task of translating LearnDash courses and accomplish without facing bottlenecks.
The method you use to generate leads and communicate with customers plays a pivotal role in your business’ success. Learn how you can seamlessly turn live chat on your WordPress site into text conversations using Podium Webchat.