Subscriptions version 2.3 was released on July 5th. We are excited to introduce a number of new features in this release along with performance enhancements, fixes, and other changes that may be interesting to developers. This post will take you through some of the changes coming in this release of Subscriptions.
Prospress has acquired AutomateWoo and associated products. Dan, the founder, is also joining Prospress full-time to lead development and direction of the products. AutomateWoo provides eCommerce automation to thousands of WooCommerce stores. Its functionality can automate marketing, fulfilment, and many other everyday tasks required to grow an eCommerce business.
Imagine you are in a shopping center. You fill your shopping cart up with stuff; shampoo, a couple of birthday cards, a book. But then something happens—perhaps you are called away to an emergency—and you decide to abandon your shopping cart in the middle of the store.
While most people would only abandon their shopping cart in a physical store for a serious reason, in eCommerce, cart abandonment is quite common. The average cart abandonment rate for 2015 is 68%, according to the Baymard Institute.
Many factors are thought to cause cart abandonment. This post will focus on three of the things you can do to minimise the friction in your checkout process, as a WooCommerce store owner.
You know you should be doing “social commerce,” because everyone keeps telling you how good it is for your eCommerce store.
But are you so overwhelmed by the array of social media platforms out there that you feel a little “socially awkward?”
Never fear. Here’s the WooCommerce Social Cheat Sheet: just install the extensions, add your accounts and you will be a social (commerce) butterfly in no time.
One of the coolest things about eCommerce is the ability to take previously idle resources and turn them into something useful.
Whether it be your free time, your infrequently used surfboard, or your dog walks; low-cost eCommerce software enables you to match your underused resources with someone who looking for just what you’ve got to offer.
A couple of months ago, WooCommerce came out with a pretty darn cool extension, called WooCommerce Bookings, which you can use to make time and date based bookings.