By adding a WooCommerce lightbox with quick view functionality to your online store, you’ll be able to create smooth user flows and deliver a frictionless online shopping experience to your customers. In other words, your customers will be able to find everything they need – products, product details, and pricing information – without having to click through to single product pages.
WooCommerce is one of the most powerful ecommerce solutions available in the web development industry. It’s also one of the most popular with a usage rate of 21% among the top 1 million (out of 9.1 million) ecommerce sites on the web, the highest of any platform in this category, according to BuiltWith. This is largely due to WooCommerce’s open-source nature, which allows it to be one of the most versatile options out there when it comes to building an online store.
Creating an online course is one of the most challenging ventures you’ll face with your blog. It’s a large project that takes a lot of planning and will add dozens of new tasks to your workload. With that said, it’s also one of the most rewarding ventures you’ll face. It offers a way for you to turn your most avid readers into customers and turn part of your audience into a community of students. It’ll also give you a chance to start generating revenue from your own products rather than someone else’s.
Through the help of the internet, launching a business is becoming more and more feasible. It doesn’t take much more than a domain, blog and hard work to get started. Having a product or two to sell doesn’t hurt, either. Long gone are the needs for expensive loans and investors to fund an even more expensive brick-and-mortar establishment.
Creating your multilanguage website is a straightforward and remarkably effective way to reach new audiences and scale into new markets. WordPress itself supports translations of its Dashboard, but not WordPress websites themselves.
Many blogs generate thousands upon thousands of revenue per month through such methods as affiliate marketing, sponsorships and advertisements. However, it’s important to note that a blog is simply a form of content marketing you can use to drive customers to your business. It is not a business on its own. One single change to Google’s algorithm or the loss of a sponsor can wreak havoc on a business built as a blog. A much smarter route involves creating a product of some sort and using your blog to drive traffic toward it. A membership site provides one way to do just that.
WooCommerce is one of the most versatile ecommerce platforms available in the web development industry. You can use it to build just about any type of ecommerce experience imaginable. Product categories are no different, and in this post, we’re going to show you how to use a plugin that allows you to keep WooCommerce categories hidden by locking them with passwords.
Blogging is a content marketing technique that shows no signs of slowing down, even as video marketing is on the rise. It’s the cheapest and one of the most effective marketing strategies you can implement in your business, and it’s even capable of being a form of business. A blog can help you build an audience of “raving fans,” earn passive income through affiliate marketing, earn even more revenue from your own products and even become an influencer in a particular niche. All you want to know, however, is how to get started.
Creating a product is an important phase in the lifespan of an online business. It helps you transition from a blog that relies on income generated from other businesses to a self-sustaining business in complete control of its own destiny. You’ve worked hard publishing content, promoting that content, building your following on social media and growing your email list. All of that has helped you increase the amount of traffic your site sees as well as the amount of “raving fans” you have. Now, it’s time to reap the benefits of all of that hard work.
Every blog should have the same set of essential pages no matter which niche they’re in. These are typically the Home, Blog, About and Contact pages. However, there a couple of additional pages most blogs neglect to add to their websites despite how useful they can be in providing value to readers and increasing conversions. The first is the Start Here page, but that’s not what this post is about. The page we’ll be covering in this post is the Resources page.