Love them or hate them, popups, especially those that push people to subscribe to your email list, are a digital marketing tactic that is here to stay.
But if you want to dip your toes into the world of popups, you’re going to need a WordPress popup plugin to help you do it.
To help you find the plugin that’s right for your needs, I collected some of the best free and premium popup plugins for WordPress.
Not too long ago, I talked about the somewhat paradoxical idea of password protecting WooCommerce product categories to prevent unauthorized visitors from accessing specific categories at your store.
Now, I’m going to take things one step further and show you how to create an entirely private WooCommerce store. That is, instead of merely restricting access to certain categories, you’re going to learn how to restrict access to the whole shebang in one fell swoop.
The search is one of the most important elements of any online store, since in most cases it defines whether a potential customer remains on your site or, after not finding the right product, leaves it without even looking through what your store offers.
The search should work fast, show the results in the most convenient way and tend to a full-scale search, so that even with the fuzzy key query, the user can see the results displayed and get interested in the products of the store.
With mobile use on the rise, and people loving the thought of everything being easily accessible on their smartphones, it makes sense that you would consider turning your eCommerce shop into a mobile app.
After all, mobile apps help build brand recognition since consumers see apps every time they get on their phone.
In addition, they are more user-friendly than websites, push notifications boast a 17%-20% click through rate, and they make social media sharing easier than ever.
However, for those looking for reliable and fast way to turn your eCommerce shop into a customized and fully responsive mobile app, look no further than PWACommerce.
Most WooCommerce store owners are trying to get their products in front of as many eyeballs as possible. More traffic is always good because it means a better chance to make a sale, right?
This post isn’t for those WooCommerce store owners.
Instead, I’m going to talk about a more niche use – password protecting certain WooCommerce product categories to restrict access.
SUMO Coupons is one of the best WooCommerce Coupon Plugins developed by Fantastic Plugins. Using SUMO Coupons, you can offer free coupons to your customers for Account Sign Up, Product Purchases, Writing Reviews, and Creating Blog Posts etc. The earned coupons can be used to make discounts on future purchases. SUMO Coupons supports Simple Products, Simple Subscription, Variable Products and Variable Subscription.
SUMO Memberships for WooCommerce is a Premium WooCommerce Membership Plugin and one among the best, using which you can Sell Membership Plans and restrict certain sections of your site to users who haven’t purchased Membership Plans.
Beyond Multisite is a powerful plugin with 10 different modules made to give you the multisite features you were missing. It lets you hide plugins from site administrators, insert global HTML code for all or some sites, bulk delete comments, revisions, or sites, and much more!
Take control of your WordPress network and go to the next level with Beyond Multisite. Read more and explore all the cool features of the plugin.
SUMO WooCommerce Dynamic Pricing Discounts is one of the Best WooCommerce Dynamic Pricing Plugins which is developed by Fantastic Plugins. Offer Discounts to your customers in multiple ways such as Get 20% off on purchase of 10 or more quantities, Buy 1 Get 1 for free, 50% of on all products until midnight etc.
SUMO Affiliates – WooCommerce Affiliate Plugin allows members(logged in users) to register as Affiliates and promote the products sold on your WooCommerce Shop. Whenever a user purchases a product by using an Affiliate Link, then the Affiliate associated with the link will earn commission for the purchase.