Sunday night’s 2015 Oscars drew our attention to the great movies of the past year. But films aren’t just for giant Hollywood studios and celebrities.
There are a surprising number of independent businesses, festivals, and organisations that are doing film-related work, and are using WooCommerce and WordPress to underpin their web presence.
From dedicated film sites to independent studios, from fantasy film festivals to sites dedicated to the business of film, WooCommerce provides the ideal platform for scrappy film entrepreneurs to take their ideas to the world.
Let’s check them out.
If you are an artist, one thing you might want to think about is setting up a website to showcase—and potentially sell—your work.
You could also consider using your expertise to offer online art courses and/or creative mentorship, or booking out your available time for in-person lessons.
If all of this sounds good to you—and you’re looking for a bit of inspiration—below are four examples of art websites using WooCommerce to power their online businesses.
One of my New Year’s Resolutions was to cut back to one coffee per day.
I’ll be honest with you, so far it sucks.
If you’re trying to do something similar, perhaps a switch to tea might ease the transition? (I sure hope so).
Luckily, a bunch of savvy entrepreneurs are using WooCommerce to sell tea online and spread the word about the health benefits of tea.
Although the price of bitcoin might be tanking (today it fell below the $200 mark for the first time since October 2013), there is still plenty of momentum building in Bitcoin, as both a technology and a movement.
Another technology that has momentum of its own? WooCommerce, of course.
So to reflect the nexus of these two growing movements, we thought we’d bring you five WooCommerce stores that are offering Bitcoin-related products.
If, as you watched the fireworks during the final minutes of 2014, you resolved that 2015 will be the year you finally get in shape, stick around.
We’ve scoured the internet to find a collection of kickass online businesses that can help you get fit in 2015. And guess what? They’re all powered by WooCommerce.
Unless you are an exceptionally organised person, and did all of your holiday shopping between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, chances are you’ll be hitting the shops (whether physically or virtually) over the next few weeks.
Sound familiar? Well don’t worry, we’ve scoured the web to find a great selection of WooCommerce gift ideas.
Over the weekend, Brent and I were lucky enough to return to home soil to attend WordCamp Sydney.
It was a wonderful opportunity to reconnect with the Australian WordPress community and to spread the word about The Wonderful World of WooCommerce.
One of the highlights was sampling the delicious coffee offerings of The Bearded Roaster, aka Tony Cosentino, who is using WooCommerce to sell his small batch coffee.
Tony’s hairy brand is so memorable, and his coffee (even the decaf) was truly delicious.
The experience inspired us to find some other businesses that are building a brand for selling coffee online using WooCommerce.
We love finding sites using WooCommerce to sell cool and unusual things.
After viewing a couple of cute dog memes my sister sent me last week (like this funny little fella), I thought to myself, “I bet there are some interesting WooCommerce pet businesses out there!”
Sure enough, it turns out there are plenty of sites around the world that are using WooCommerce for pet-related businesses. And they’re not just boring, run of the mill, online dog food stores.
You know you want to open a store on WooCommerce. But what makes your eCommerce business special?
How do you differentiate yourself from the many competitors that are out there—your local shopping mall, Amazon, Etsy, Ebay, not to mention the millions of other small and medium-sized eCommerce sellers?
Actually, there are many ways you can differentiate yourself in the eCommerce world. It’s a big, global, market out there, and you only need 1,000 True Fans to build a successful business.
Here are just five of the ways you can differentiate your eCommerce store.
Today we’re going to take a look at three types of businesses you could start using WooCommerce Pre-Orders.
Pre-Orders is an extension to offer items to customers that will not be delivered until a specified release date sometime in the future.