You’ve just created a website. It could be an online store or blog. It looks great, but something is missing. That “something” is a website element that encourages the next visitor to your site to act, for example, make a purchase, comment, or subscribe.
WooCommerce is a fully customizable, open source e-commerce platform built for WordPress. You can sell both physical and digital goods in all shapes and sizes, offer product variations, multiple configurations, and instant downloads to shoppers, and even sell affiliate goods from online marketplaces.
What is the average time a visitor spends on your website? If you use Google Analytics (GA), you can retrieve the data. Google Analytics tracks sessions, which is a group of user interactions with your website that takes place within a given time frame.
The WordPress universe is comprehensive and generous in its offerings. The free WordPress open source software makes creating websites easy, fast, and efficient. Individuals can choose from thousands of themes and plugins to develop unique sites.
WordPress opt-in plugins is always a hot topic because e-mail marketing is a very efficient way to communicate, market, and generate sales. I previously compared four premium WordPress list-building plugins, and I wanted to provide an update since I’ve made a switch.