I’m pretty sure that during one of those Black Friday sales all you wanted to do was to apply a bulk discount to your WooCommerce products without having to generate a coupon code.
Let’s not forget that despite coupons are trackable and you can assess your marketing efforts with their usage statistics, requiring the user to take one additional step at checkout (entering the correct coupon code) reduces your sales conversion rate (the same applies with useless checkout fields by the way – less work to do, higher conversion rate).
In today’s post, we’ll see what are the 3 options I recommend in order to apply bulk store discounts. It pretty much depends on your product types (simple vs variable for example) and whether you want to do this via the settings or with a little bit of PHP. Continue reading WooCommerce: How to Edit Product Prices in Bulk?
Well, get ready for a 2,700+ words article: becoming a WooCommerce expert won’t take you just a couple of days.
A few months won’t be enough either.
If you want to join that very small group of advanced freelancers and agencies that exclusively work with WooCommerce clients and charge top dollar, if you want to become a WooCommerce authority and build a successful career, if you want clients to come to you as opposed to you chasing them, well – you need to digest and assimilate what I’m about to tell you.
In this (long) article I will help you understand what is advanced WooCommerce, and then break this down into 5 simple steps.
Five makes-a-lot-of-sense steps you should follow in order to complete your journey.
So, want to become a WooCommerce ninja? A WooCommerce wrangler? A WooCommerce guru?
Well, despite I dislike all those ninja-like “terms”, let me tell you a thing or two. Then, join me in the comments and let’s keep the conversation going. Continue reading How To Become an Advanced WooCommerce Developer?
Believe it or not, the answer to this very frequent question is inside the WooCommerce settings… so don’t worry too much about coding if you’re not a developer!
From the WooCommerce shipping rates, you can select “Free Shipping” as a method but that would apply to ALL products – so how do you override the shipping settings and allow a single product to have free shipping? Continue reading WooCommerce: How to Assign Free Shipping to a Single Product?
Sometimes your prospective web design clients need a little extra convincing.
Well, I have used the “NYT trick” quite a few times (don’t tell me you haven’t done that at least once)… which goes like this:
“If the New York Times is using WordPress there must be a reason or two, no?” *facepalm*
So, the same applies to WooCommerce. Is WooCommerce scalable? Is WooCommerce just for small businesses? Is WooCommerce hard to maintain? Or is it that lots of great websites (28% of them apparently) are powered by WooCommerce, including big ones? Continue reading What Are the Top Websites Powered by WooCommerce?
Ah, if only there were a “simple” WooCommerce project! We would all use the same plugins, copy and paste the same content and the world would be all the same 🙂
So, let’s be clear about this question. There is no must-use plugins list for WooCommerce, as each website is custom and therefore needs different functionalities.
Having said that, many WooCommerce developers use a few identical plugins on almost every project, and this post contains an answer to that. Continue reading What Are the Must-Use Plugins for a WooCommerce Project?
Great question, isn’t it?
How do you make sure your shipping, taxes and currency settings are working properly when they depend on geolocation and you can only test from a single world location?
WooCommerce uses a free geolocation service called MaxMind. By default this is active via the settings but can be disabled. The set of functions (or class) that WooCommerce uses is in the /includes folder, and it’s called Class WC_Geolocation.
Continue reading WooCommerce: How to Test Geolocation?
There are many ways to customize functionalities (via PHP) on your WordPress/WooCommerce website – and many developers totally underestimate the pros and cons of each different method. So, today I want to remind you what is the ONLY way you should be customizing WordPress from now on. Continue reading Should I use WP Editor, FTP or “Code Snippets” to Customize PHP?
One of the most frequently asked questions by a mile, the exact upper limit of product handling by WooCommerce is always a major worry. Continue reading How Many Products Can WooCommerce Handle?
If you got here it’s because you’re looking to increase your sales conversion rate.
Correct, if I’m based in Europe I’d love paying in Euros, while if I was based in US, I wouldn’t fancy the same.
There are many WooCommerce currency switcher plugins out there, but there is one that stands out from the crowd. Continue reading How to Charge WooCommerce Users in Their Own Currency?
I believe this is the wrong question – and in a moment I will explain you why.
The right question to ask should be: “Is it a good idea to redirect WooCommerce customers to a custom thank you page?”. And the correct answer is: “No”. Continue reading How to Redirect Users to a Custom Thank You Page?
Yet another million dollar question… not! In fact, the answer is pretty damn easy: you should use both payment gateways on your WooCommerce checkout (sorry about the spoiler). And here’s the proof. Continue reading Should I use PayPal or Stripe @ WooCommerce Checkout?
This is a very common issue for B2B / Wholesale WooCommerce website managers.
In these case scenarios, customers usually wish to add to cart multiple variations to cart on the same page, without refreshing it each time. For example, a clothing wholesale customer wishes to order 10 Medium, 15 Large and 5 Small t-shirts from the same product page – without having to do this 3 times.
Thankfully, there are plugins for that. And today I give you two choices – the first where each variation is displayed in a table and has its own add to cart button, and another where there is a single add to cart button for all variations. Continue reading WooCommerce: How to Add to Cart Multiple Variations at Once?
As a WooCommerce user, WooCommerce blogger and WooCommerce developer I often hear this question: “What’s the best hosting for WooCommerce?“.
Well, first and foremost, there is no “best” hosting for WooCommerce (and WordPress in general). There are so many choices out there that defining the “best” is impossible. Besides, if there were a “best” hosting platform, there would be only one hosting company left in business. Continue reading What’s the Best Hosting for a WooCommerce Website?
Ah, yet another million dollar question. If you have organized your WooCommerce products properly, you have “N” product categories and “M” product tags, where “M > N” (actually, if there were such a thing in algebra, it should be “M >>> N” as each product should be assigned to 1 category and multiple tags).
This means a lot of duplicate content. Even worse, if you have a product category called “Hats” and a product tag called “Hat”, what would you do if you were Google? Correct – it would probably not index either one as this is confusing in regard to user experience. Continue reading Should I Noindex WooCommerce Product Tag Pages?
In this blog I’ve put together a series of WooCommerce links, tutorials, videos, blogs and resources so that you can find what you’re looking for. Enjoy! Continue reading WooCommerce Resource Library