WordPress is not only the top content management platform in the world: it is one of the biggest eCommerce platforms.
Out of the 16 million sites using WP worldwide, over a million use WooCommerce , WP eCommerce and other WP-based eCommerce templates. That means that whether you are an eCommerce business owner or the developer he hires, there are lots of plugins, community support and documentation available for almost every eCommerce feature you could want.
WooCommerce is a free WordPress plugin that anyone can use to create a great e-commerce site, but there are certain specific features that require premium add-ons to be installed. In this review we take a look at two of those plugins called Abandoned Cart and Order Delivery Date, both from Tyche Softwares.
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Today’s businesses are bound to provide fast and efficient feedback to customer’s enquiries, yet these often take too much time off one’s hands. If you’re a business owner and are in a similar situation, why not make things easier?
Setting up a new online business—or moving an existing business to the web—is a daunting process for most people. Not least due to the seemingly large and troublesome task of developing your own e-commerce store.
Thankfully, there is a solution out there that has helped over 1 million users in the exact same position to easily set up and operate their own e-commerce store. Enter WooCommerce.
WooCommerce is becoming a huge player in global online e-commerce, and online bookings is an important sub-niche. Hotels, travel operators, tours, spas, personal trainers etc etc all need a booking system for their website. The below WooCommerce extensions will help you set up your online bookings without too much hassle. Although they all do a great job at offering plenty of features, they may not necessarily meet your exact needs. If that’s the case, we recommend working with a trusted and experienced WooCommerce developer to get exactly what you need. Below is our top recommendation right now – Progressus. If…
WordPress has become a hotbed not only for all sort of websites and blogs, but for e-Commerce also. Well, that’s a surprise for nobody – being focused on aesthetics, web standards, and usability, it was fated to become a merchandizing paradise for SMB stores, and it did.