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How To Import WooCommerce Customers Into Your Online Shop

How to Import WooCommerce Customers Into Your Online Shop

When starting your online store, you probably have little to no customers on your list. As your business grows, however, so do your customers. Keeping track of your exponentially growing customer data can be a tedious task, and it’s easy to get stuck.

This is where the WP All Import plugin comes into play. With this plugin you can easily import any WordPress or WooCommerce data. So, in this post, I’ll be taking a look at how to import your WooCommerce customers from an XML or CSV file, straight into your online store using the familiar drag-and-drop function.

How To Import WooCommerce Products in Bulk

How to Import WooCommerce Products in Bulk

Running a WooCommerce store can be a tedious process. Keeping track of your product lists can be cumbersome. Learn how the WP All Import plugin by Soflyy can make the process of importing your products to WooCommerce easier than ever before.

10 Reasons Why WordPress is a Great Option for eCommerce

10 Reasons Why WordPress is a Great Option for eCommerce

If you are already running a business or want to start, then you are most likely thinking about creating an eCommerce site. More and more people make purchases online, which makes it possible for you to expand your base of potential customers and increase sales of your goods online. There are many options for creating an eCommerce site, but WordPress is truly the best solution. Read on to find out why.

Transform Your Gym with a Booking Plugin

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.

5 WooCommerce Marketing Hacks to Increase Profits in 2020

As a WooCommerce store owner, you have to wear many hats. You have to take care of your website, update product details, taking care of orders, drive traffic to your website, increase sales, and more. All that can become overwhelming! That’s why this list of powerful WooCommerce extensions is definitely worth your time.

WooCommerce Lead Time Plugin by Barn2

How to Add Lead Times to Your WooCommerce Products

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.

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