A commonly overlooked element of running a WooCommerce store, is customizing your order receipts so that they reinforce your brand and better communicate additional offerings your customers may not be aware of. In this video, we take a look at a handful of different options available to you for customizing your emails.
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 …
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.
Once a customer has already registered on your site, there is often no need to display or collect their billing details on subsequent transactions, as they will auto-populate. In addition, if a customer is purchasing a virtual product that does not require shipping information, it can discourage a sale if they have to input too much information. This tutorial video will show you how to remove the customer billing details for virtual products which will speed up the checkout process and hopefully increase your conversion rate.