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Category : WooCommerce

On December 6th, 2018 the controversial new editor experience for WordPress dropped and it’s called Gutenberg. While many are concerned about how it was rolled out I don’t think that anyone can deny that Gutenberg is the future of WordPress. That also means that Gutenberg is the future of WooCommerce, so let’s dive in and […]

January 21, 2019
Add Custom Fields to WooCommerce Products

Depending on your business model, you might need to add custom fields to your WooCommerce products. Those could be text fields, select boxes, radio buttons, or any other type of input you can think of. You can add them so that they only show in the backend when managing your orders, or you can display […]

January 18, 2019
What is a tracking pixel? How do tracking pixels work? Learn how to make a pixel for a website. Master adding a tracking pixel to a website in this blog.
January 14, 2019

Credit cards have been around since the 1920s when oil companies and hotel chains began issuing them to their customers to buy at other brick-and-mortar outlets. Today, a big chunk of credit card transactions have moved online. Now, a single credit card transaction requires an intricate web of payment processors and encryption software to authorize […]

January 11, 2019

The idea of a single payment platform seems smart to many new business owners because it simplifies the process. But having multiple gateways actually offers a ton of advantages that help make your business more profitable. What are multiple payment options? And are they right for your store? Here are a few pros and cons […]

January 07, 2019

Making it easier to log in and check out is the most effective way to reduce cart abandonment. Social media logins allow shoppers to quickly log in using their social media accounts, reducing the amount of work shoppers have to do to buy your products.

January 02, 2019

The quick and easy way to start selling products on your WordPress website is to install the WooCommerce plugin. However, there’s another option for the single eCommerce store model—it’s the WooCommerce multi-vendor marketplace. With a multi-vendor marketplace, you host a small or large group of suppliers on your site, skipping the hassle of ordering and […]

December 31, 2018

If your transaction process isn’t seamless, you’re losing customers. It takes a very different strategy to sell golf clubs online than it does karaoke versions of pop songs. With golf clubs, the sale is pretty straightforward. Customers know what golf clubs do. With digital products like songs, software, ebooks, white papers, or digital art, you […]

December 27, 2018

We pick up hobbies for a lot of reasons. Sometimes it’s passion, sometimes it’s catharsis, and sometimes it’s just for the sake of passing the time. No matter why you picked up your hobby, you’ve probably had that one fleeting thought: “I wonder if I could make some money from this?” If you’re into a […]

December 24, 2018

Today’s buyer has access to an incredible amount of information. They are able to create a clear picture of the product they are looking to purchase by leveraging information from search engines, social media, and word of mouth.  As a merchant, this changing information landscape gives you access to multiple channels through which you can access […]

December 19, 2018
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