Using a single WordPress plugin, on average priced less than two monthly memberships, you can allow customers to make any number of reservations, book appointments with trainers, and much more. Whether you want to have day-based bookings, or date-based, or both, the Booking & Appointment Plugin for WooCommerce by Tyche is a great choice for better management and efficiency.
A well-rounded marketing plan should without a doubt consider email. Whether you’re sending out a regular newsletter, purchase follow-up messages, or other content, carefully selecting which platform you use to do it is vital.
In this post, we take a look at six email marketing platforms you might want to use to promote your WordPress site. With easy site integration and automation for key tasks, these options should be top contenders!
When it comes to your site’s link building strategy, using plugins to help find related content can be helpful. However, these tools can also slow your site down and lead you into other SEO pitfalls.
In this post, we look at three popular plugins used for internal link building. By comparing Link Whisper vs Yoast SEO vs Rank Math, we’ll help you decide which, if any of them, is best for you.
Toolset Blocks Allows Both Developers and Non-Coders to Build Custom Websites in Less Time than Ever
Many people at some point will think of a website that they would love to create but are concerned they do not have the experience or ability to create it.
The good news is that is no longer a problem thanks to Toolset Blocks and Gutenberg.
No one likes waiting around for their products to show up after ordering them. However, WooCommerce doesn’t include native functionality for providing lead times to your shoppers who purchase custom or out-of-stock items.
Fortunately, WooCommerce Lead Time can help. This plugin enables you to easily and quickly display information on your product pages regarding how long customers can expect to wait for certain items.
The Block Editor caused quite a stir when it was included in the release of WordPress 5.0. Despite the controversy, it’s opened doors for new kinds of development and helped to streamline editing and publishing for users.
That said, there are still many ways it can be improved. These block plugins include additional content elements that can make crafting posts and pages faster and easier than ever.
The WooCommerce default quantity is one, and there’s no way to change that in the plugin’s native settings. However, increasing that number can help you encourage more sales and make it easier for customers to purchase complete sets of items or products they’ll likely need in bulk.
With the WooCommerce Default Quantity plugin, you can set a new default quantity for all your products globally, by category, or individually. In this post, we show you how.
Running a blog is a big responsibility. There are a lot of tasks to take care of in order to keep your site chugging along smoothly, and trying to juggle them all manually can be overwhelming. Fortunately, there are several WordPress plugins that can help.
In this post, we take a look at seven tools that can help you manage your blog and take it to the next level. From creating content to post promotion, these plugins can help you save time and effort while checking all the most important items off your to-do list.
If you are looking to translate your WordPress website then the most popular way is by using WPML. One of its criticisms has been its slow load page times. However, WPML has now revamped its String Translation which will reduce load page times by more than 50% when you use the plugin.