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A WooCommerce website has different and unique needs compared to other types of websites. For starters, the amount of time the store is online is one of the most important aspects to consider. It almost needs to be an obsession… Continue Reading →
WooCommerce is moving closer to closing the gap on its full-site editing support with the latest features announced on the Q1/Q2 roadmap. While the e-commerce platform already has support for nearly two-dozen core blocks, it’s not yet possible to use… Continue Reading →
It’s important to generate high-quality traffic to your eCommerce website or the sites you build and manage for clients—that’s a no brainer. But… that’s only part of the formula for success. Once you bring the right visitors to your store,… Continue Reading →
Let’s imagine a scenario where you’ve spent weeks on the perfect website with WooCommerce for a new client. Now you want to show off the fruit of your labor. The client has been selling products for a few weeks now… Continue Reading →
WooCommerce is one of the best eCommerce plugins for WordPress sites. But like your website, your storefront needs to be accessible to search engines and that means taking the time to optimize each page and product. Without optimizing your store,… Continue Reading →
Online shopping is more popular than ever—and its popularity only grew during the pandemic. However, even with its popularity and even with its accelerated growth, eCommerce still only comprises 14 percent of the retail sales in the U.S. The overwhelming majority of shopping still… Continue Reading →
A few years ago, I had a friend who was facing a pretty common business dilemma — she wanted a website for her business, but she didn’t have any programming skills. Knowing my background in web development, she came to… Continue Reading →