It’s probably one of the most common questions you’ve been asked in your professional life: “How much would a new WooCommerce store cost us?”. Any of its variants count as well: “how much will you guys charge us to build that extension?”. If you’ve worked on a WooCommerce project, you get the gist. As someone […]
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We’re pleased to announce that WooCommerce has now been added to the affiliate program on refer.wordpress.com! Earn 20% on all referrals by recommending the platform and extensions available on WooCommerce.com to your audience. Keep reading to find out more, then create a refer.wordpress.com account, and pick WooCommerce to start collecting cash. Program overview The WordPress.com Affiliate program now includes […]
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This is part of a series of posts highlighting talks from WooConf. Watch the video or read the points below. It can be daunting to know where to get started, if you’ve not worked with or used open source software before: “Where do I turn when I have questions? How do I go […]
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Expanding product sales to a global customer base can be a great avenue to increase volume and revenue. But selling across borders brings a host of questions. One of the areas most impacted is shipping. Let’s dive right in! Quick WooCommerce settings General settings In selecting locations, you can choose to sell to all countries […]
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Pumpkin spice is back in stores, and that means it’s time to get cracking on your holiday marketing plan! When it comes to driving revenue, the holidays are often the most hectic—and most important—time of year. There are tons of ways business owners can capitalize on the season, from retargeting ads to acquire new customers, […]
Dedicated WordPress users have probably heard about Gutenberg, the revolutionary new editor currently in development as a feature plugin and scheduled for inclusion in WordPress version 5.0. It transforms the way we edit content of our WordPress websites by providing a richer “block”-based experience. Put simply, a block is any single element of content – […]
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This is the first part in a series of posts highlighting talks from WooConf. You can watch the talk or read some of the points below. WooCommerce has been amazingly successful over the last five years. The plugin itself has more than 32M downloads, more than 3M active installs, and over 600 contributors […]
When WooCommerce launched in 2011, we launched something alongside it: an online marketplace where builders could buy extensions to customize their stores. Over the years, the WooCommerce Marketplace grew from the original nine extensions to nearly 400 products, and from a few developers to nearly 40 companies actively creating, updating, and supporting extensions. For the […]
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A little over a week ago, I traveled to Seattle along with designers and developers, freelancers and agencies from across the wide world of WooCommerce, for WooCommerce’s annual gathering at WooConf. For me, it was the culmination of 10 months of work that started early in January, when I came on board to plan the […]
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Charlotte Mason revolutionized education 100 years ago and is still having an impact today, especially in homeschooling. A British educator from the late 1800s, she left an impressive legacy in the form of extensively documented materials for home education. I think Charlotte Mason would have loved simplycharlottemason.com, the passion project of two homeschooling families and […]
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We’ve come to a difficult decision: as of today, we’re no longer selling Canvas. WordPress is constantly evolving, and Canvas is no longer a good option for site builders using newer versions of WordPress – we don’t want to recommend a theme we don’t think will serve you in the future. We’ll continue to provide […]
Since our last minor release back in June, we’ve been working on a multitude of improvements to improve the WooCommerce admin experience: Apply discounts to orders using coupons, without the chore of doing manual calculations. See which versions of extensions are tested with new WooCommerce updates, before updating. Improved management features for WooCommerce.com extensions. A […]
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Business ownership is a steady stream of satisfying milestones and ever-expanding to-do lists. Whether a budding WooCommerce entrepreneur or a seasoned store owner, you’re likely on the lookout for ways to cut a few corners and knock off tasks from your list. Automation is one surefire way to boost efficiency. Read on for tips on […]
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Running a successful business is tough. There are transactions to track, products to update and restock, new customers to onboard, support tickets to manage—and the list goes on. Plus, with your store open for business 24/7, the pressure is on to deliver a top-notch experience for customers around the clock. Luckily there’s a way for […]
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“What got us here won’t get us there… I want to have design leading the way. A lot more user research. A lot more mockups.” – Matt Mullenweg At WordCamp US 2016, Matt Mullenweg’s State of the Word outlined a vision for WordPress being design-led. Since then, WooCommerce has doubled down on our efforts to […]
Conferences have a few important features, two of them being content and people. Yes, a great venue, beautiful city, and awesome swag all add to it, but at the end of the day it needs to count to invest time and money in going somewhere. We get this. Excellence has consistently been top priority at […]
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Sometimes we’re under the impression that finishing a WooCommerce development project is the end of the road, but that’s really just the beginning. When you hand over a site it’s the start of that store’s life cycle and, as a developer, you likely will not be the most important person on the store anymore. The […]
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