When it comes boosting sales in e-commerce, cross-selling and up-selling strategies can help you get more out of every customer. Here’s a look at tactics you can implement on your WooCommerce store.
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.
Is your WooCommerce store optimized for your visitors on mobile?
If not, you’re turning away potential customers before they even have the chance to see what you have in store.
By following these steps you can make sure your mobile site converts highly and generates you revenue, as the mobile eCommerce trend continues to rise.
Considering using WordPress and WooCommerce to start your own drop shipping store?
DropshipMe is a WordPress plugin that lets you connect your WooCommerce store to a curated selection of ~45,000 AliExpress products, all with edited titles and images.
Learn how to use WooCommerce and its extensions to sell services such as consultation projects, service quotations, and much more, on your WordPress site.
How are you preparing your WooCommerce store for the holidays? Discover these tips to optimize your e-commerce strategy for the holiday season!
Abandoned Cart Pro is a premium plugin that aims to change that by helping you send automated emails (or text messages) to recover abandoned carts.
Read our hands-on review to see it in action.
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.”
In this post, I’ll show you some of my favorite third-party extension developers. While there are many sellers of WooCommerce extensions, it is very important to get your WooCommerce plugins from reputable companies who develop with good coding practices and provide quality support and updates. You don’t want your online store (that’s hopefully making you good money) to rely on copycat plugins or shoddily built ones. When you have any doubts or need quick help, you want companies that will feel responsible for your site’s wellbeing and offer help when needed.