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SiteGround Review

SiteGround hosting review

In this WooCommerce hosting review, we’ll test out SiteGround’s GoGeek plan on a WooCommerce store to gauge performance.

SiteGround is a web hosting provider that offers shared hosting, cloud hosting, enterprise solutions, email hosting, and domain registration. It offers free SSL certificates and comes with WooCommerce pre-installed.

Cloudways Review

Cloudways Review

In this WooCommerce hosting review, we’ll test out Cloudways’ $10 per month plan on a WooCommerce store to gauge performance.

Cloudways is a managed hosting provider that’s suitable for WooCommerce-powered websites. It offers Varnish-compatible hosting for WooCommerce stores as well as free SSL certificates.

Best WooCommerce Warehouse Management Systems

Best WooCommerce Warehouse Management Systems

A warehouse management system (WMS) is made up of software and processes that enable businesses to manage and control warehouse operations from the moment materials or products arrive at a warehouse to the time they are shipped out to the customer.

WooCommerce can be integrated with a WMS which eliminates manual and repetitive tasks by automating warehouse processes. This helps businesses increase productivity and deliver a seamless logistics experience to their customers.

Best Cart Recovery Services for WooCommerce

The Best Cart Recovery Systems for WooCommerce

Shopping cart abandonment happens when a prospective customer adds products to their online shopping cart, but changes their mind and leaves the website without placing an order.

The main reason why users abandon carts is that they are unsure or aren’t ready to make a purchase. They may be using their shopping cart to create a wishlist for possible later purchases or for comparing product prices.

According to a Baymard Institute report on cart abandonment, 68.9% is the average documented shopping cart abandonment rate. That means you’re missing out on over two-thirds of your potential sales revenue!

Adding Product Filters to WooCommerce

Add product filters to WooCommerce

If you’re selling products with varying features and attributes, displaying product filters is essential. They help customers drill down to find what they’re looking for quicker, which is particularly important on catalogs with a lot of items.

Not being able to filter results restricts the ability of users to browse your store the way they need and will affect conversions.

I’m going to explain how to include product filters to WooCommerce. This will first cover WooCommerce’s default filter widgets but I’ll also show you how to add more sophisticated filter controls, including color swatches, and filters which dynamically update the results set without a page refresh.

Plus, I’ll describe how to include horizontal filters on your catalog which negate the need for a separate sidebar. This can be ideal for certain kinds of stores which prefer having products front and center. As we’ve seen from Baymard’s research on the topic, a horizontal filter can outperform the traditional sidebar layout. This is a relatively new UX pattern but it’s a great choice if you only need to display a small number of filters.

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