What’s New in WooCommerce 3.0

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WooCommerce 3.0.x is a major upgrade recently released by WooCommerce. Before hitting the update button, it’s important to understand what’s included with this release and how these updates might affect the functionality of an online store. Also, be sure to backup a site before updating and, if possible, test the update on a staging site […]

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How to Fine-Tune Checkout to Increase Order Value

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  coolblueweb Customer Experience Series Our Customer Experience Series applies user experience research and design methods to improving eCommerce sales. By focusing on the person shopping on their eCommerce store, owners can make continuous improvements to improve the shopping experience and increase sales numbers. The Business Goal: Increase Average Order Value For many years, online […]

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5 eCommerce Trends to Expect in 2017

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ECommerce is an evolving marketplace. As online shoppers become savvier and the marketplace becomes even more competitive, it’s important for merchants to understand what their customers will expect as they shop online. Customization Getting the right advertisements seen by the right people was a major focal point in 2016. Personalization of the browsing experience will […]

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Try this Powerful New Tool for WooCommerce

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With the recent release of Powerpack, personalizing the look and feel of WooCommerce just got much easier. A plugin built by the experts at WooCommerce, Powerpack lets store owners customize the appearance of their store without editing code. It also shows the changes live, in real time. And at only $59, this new plugin provides […]

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Three Keys to Maximizing Store Growth by Breaking Brick and Mortar Rules

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Today’s consumers make a greater number of online purchases than ever before. A survey of 5,300 consumers by the United Postal Service and measurement company comScore found that online shoppers made 51% of their purchases online (excluding groceries) in 2016. That number is up from 48% in the 2015 study (UPS Study). With so many […]

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