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.
What happens when your online store’s sales are no longer increasing? Don’t worry because here are some useful techniques to increase WooCommerce revenue.
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 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.
In this Prodigy Commerce review, I’ll be looking at a new WordPress eCommerce plugin that uses the second approach. It can have you up and running with a secure, user-friendly eCommerce store in very little time.
In this article we discuss everything about using WooCommerce to sell services. This includes how to track your conversion rate and any other plugins or extensions that you may need in order to sell more effectively. We also describe how to take payments, the option of offering a customer loyalty program, and the needs of sales tax on your services.
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With WooCommerce being the e-commerce solution of choice for over 2.9 million WordPress sites, a headless commerce solution such as BigCommerce must offer something special to gain some market-share. Here’s a look at why that might actually start to happen.
If you want to optimize your eCommerce store, you need to be able to understand how shoppers interact with your store, where they fall off in funnels, and just generally what contributes to sales…and what gets in the way.
To do that, you need data. And getting that data, of course, requires analytics.
Humcommerce is an all-in-one analytics tool that aims to help you “boost conversions on your eCommerce store” and “understand exactly how visitors interact with your website so you can convert more visitors into buyers.”
WooCommerce is, of course, a WordPress plugin but, like almost any form of e-commerce, a WooCommerce site requires far more resources than a regular Wordpress content site. We explain why that is, and how the subsequent poor performance and errors are far more damaging to an online store.