One of the most important, yet overlooked, goals in building a successful WooCommerce business is quickly setting the expectations that your site is intended for making purchases. In the hundreds of sites we have consulted on, we have discovered that showing credit card icons is one of the simplest and most effective ways to do this. The tutorial video below walks you through the steps required to accomplish this.
To increase conversion and reduce abandon carts, refine your customer’s process of going from product to cart to checkout, from four or five clicks, down to a single click. Super easy to implement and quite effective!
A tutorial showing you how to drip one blog post per week, using the Restrict Content options provided in the WooCommerce Membership plugin. This approach is for people who do not want to do any custom programming, but want to setup the drip using nothing but the options available in WordPress Admin area of your site.
By default, WooCommerce sets the cart quantity to 1. You can easily update this by appending: &quantity=XX to the end of the add-to-cart variable in the URL. Short video below demonstrates how to do this. Note: please make sure you clearly communicate to the customer that multiple items are being adding to the cart when …