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If you’re running a WooCommerce store, you might be wondering how to make your site more accessible. In this article, we’ll explain why accessibility is imperative and what you can do right now to ensure a more accessible web design.
Adding a Buy Now, Play Later option for your customers on your WooCommerce site gives them more buying power and yourself more conversions.
In this post, we’ll show you how you can create a hashtag feed for Instagram that provides you with testimonials and added social proof while directing viewers to specific products.
After the final purchase, send you customer to a special landing page with an offer, a helpful post or a simple thank you.
Learn how to offer advanced pricing conditions based on roles, taxonomies, location and more.
Catch the latest from the Do the Woo podcast
- What is a Woo Builder and a Look at the Opportunitiesby BobWP on November 24, 2020 at 12:14 pm
A lively discussion around who the Woo builders are and what opportunities can be found in thee ecosystem.
- Subscriptions and WooCommerce Support with Sarah Rennickby BobWP on November 19, 2020 at 4:36 pm
We have a chance to talk about her transition to Automattic, a bit around the space of subscriptions and, of course, her active role in support at WooCommerce as a Happiness Engineer.
- The WooCommerce Product Ecosystem: Product Pricing and Opportunities with Alex Denningby BobWP on November 12, 2020 at 1:02 pm
Alex has helped dozens of WooCommerce product builders and he has seen it all. Alex has a pulse on this space and a lot of great insights to share.
- WooGraphQL, Headless and APIs with Geoff Taylorby BobWP on November 5, 2020 at 1:02 pm
When you ask a developer on the show who is passionate about what they do, well, it literally takes a deep dive into the topic. This was the case when we invited Geoff Taylor, from XWP and developer of WooGraphQL.