It’s vital in eCommerce to ensure a customer can quickly enter their billing details and get through the payment process with as little fuss as possible.
That’s why I’m interested in this address autocomplete plugin for just $11 which uses Google’s Places API to quickly return location results as soon as you start typing.
The official widget from Twitter was not explicitly designed for WordPress but I think it’s the best option for embedding tweets on your site.
It allows you to display tweets from a range of sources including your own feed, tweets you have favorited, tweets from lists you have created, search queries, and collections.
Today we’re featuring a very useful plugin that allows you to customize the fields that are displayed when completing the checkout process in WooCommerce.
You may need to display extra fields such as a delivery date or indeed you might want to remove unnecessary ones just as the phone number to streamline the checkout process. Nobody wants to spend time filling out form inputs if they’re not actually required.
It’s one of the oldest tricks in the business book – creating scarcity. When faced with impending scarcity, many customers will try and beat the countdown and buy.
It might be just what is required to convert a hesitant customer into a sale – the notion that the deal will not be available at that price for long.