There is an old saying among retailers. advertisers and sales people, that it is much easier to make an existing customer purchase from you than acquiring a new one. And hence, it is important to keep customers loyal to your business. You should be able to provide a consistently good user experience and keep customers interested in your products. A good strategy to build long term relationships with customers will be to offer a points and rewards system on your store. In this article, I will discuss some of the best WooCommerce points and rewards plugins you can use on your store.
WordPress or ClassicPress trackbacks and pingbacks can be confusing for beginners, especially with the connotations of spam surrounding them. Both features have been around since the early days of blogging. Still, many WordPress users don’t know they exist or how to use them effectively. Usually, many users start learning about pingbacks/trackbacks after a ton of spammy links appear in their comments.
If you’ve ever bought a WordPress theme, installed it, then wondered why it doesn’t look exactly the way you saw it in the preview. you’ll know what it feels like to be a little bamboozled. What about a situation where you’d like to completely remove the blog portion of your website from the homepage? Website homepages mean a lot when it comes to conversions. This goes for email newsletter signups, sales and client leads. Yet, configuring your homepage on WordPress takes a little elbow grease to make perfect. But don’t worry, setting up and editing your WordPress homepage is just about one of the easiest tasks you’ll encounter. Then, after you know the routine you’ll have no problem completing the same task over and over with future websites.
Whenever you see a commercial or an article talking about creating websites, or you hear someone talking about starting one, the emphasis is always on “I was surprised at how quickly I have created my website, it only took me a couple of days!”. It makes you feel like creating an online presence, and earning a living online is a mere piece of cake that takes two days tops. Still, the ugly truth behind it is that there is no “set it up & leave it” aspect to having an online presence that puts the bread on the table. Maintaining your website is constant work, additionally, sites are rarely completed in a couple of days.
Managing courses, students along with handling administration responsibilities can be tedious. And although this is what you have to do on a day-to-day basis, you wonder if there are other efficient ways to handle all of this? Is it possible to delegate course management responsibilities to co-authors? Is there a better, student-friendly way to update your courses – through feedback maybe? How about a faster way to create new courses in Wordpress or ClassicPress? Here I’ve rounded up a few tips to help manage your LearnDash website effectively.
WooCommerce is one of the most well known and used e-commerce WordPress plugins. Not only is it an e-commerce solution for WordPress or ClassicPress that it is also easy to use, includes support for many product formats, has options for currencies and taxes, offers the ability to integrate multiple shipping methods and has built-in support for PayPal, check, bank transfer and cash on delivery. It’s pretty awesome but what if you want more?
Letting customers know everything about their products is an important concern of eCommerce store owners. Customers need to know all the details of your product so that they can make an informed purchase decision. And it is also important that you are able to do that in a professional and organized manner on your product pages. If your eCommerce store is powered by the WooCommerce platform, there are several useful plugins to help you with this. In this post, I will discuss some of the best WooCommerce tab manager plugins that will help you organize information on product pages.
If you are looking for the best website security check tool and want to make sure that your website is safe and doesn’t suffer from any potential vulnerabilities that might cause issues in the future then this post is for you.
Everyone knows that website security is important – but how do you tell whether your website is secure or not? Here I take a look at some of the tools that can help self builders with their Wordpress or ClassicPress site security.
Choosing a hosting provider for your WordPress site is a serious task. You want to make sure that your online content is in good hands, and that navigating and managing your account is straightforward. Scala Hosting offers Managed Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting to protect your site’s performance and make maintaining it easier. Plus, with in-house technologies for account management and security, you can keep your costs down. In this post I’ll introduce you to Scala Hosting and show you five reasons to choose it for your WordPress site.