Paul Findlay, the founder of Melbourne, Australia-based muesli eCommerce business Yousli, is on a mission.
Using his WooCommerce-powered online shopfront, he wants to “get people excited about breaky again” (breaky is Australian for breakfast).
“Because you know, it’s funny, we celebrate every other meal. Particularly lunch and dinner and dessert. But we don’t get as excited about breaky at home.”
Paul is bringing his love of good food—and his considerable experience in branding as the Cofounder and Creative Director of branding agency HubGroup—together to create a “democratic” breakfast revolution.
Can you take the familiarity, friendliness and authenticity of your local bricks-and-mortar comic store and turn that into an online business?
That’s what Lucas Sorbo and Dan Behrens of Comic Cartel are doing.
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.
You might think it’s impossible to start your own company. Let alone a socially and environmentally responsible company that sells a beautiful product.
But entrepreneur Joe Brennan, founder of Smiles for the People, is proving otherwise, with a little help from WooCommerce and Subscriptions.
Everybody likes to feel a little bit special sometimes.
What makes us feel more special than receiving something that is custom made specifically for us?
Personalisation can be a great eCommerce strategy for making your customers feel special—and for differentiating you from the competition. Tailoring products or services means that they can perfectly fit your customer, or allow them to express their unique personal style.
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.