Today we dive into the world of WooCommerce Reviews! And by reviews, we mean the art of encouraging your customers to leave an amazing rating and review for the wonderful products you’ve sold them 🙂 If you’re looking for reviews of the WooCommerce plugin and platform itself check out our eCommerce platforms post.
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In this blog post I’m going to be showing you the top WooCommerce examples in 2019. This won’t be just a static gallery of beautiful screenshots. Each example will include a tip or action you can implement on your own WooCommerce site.
So, if you love real world WooCommerce examples and want to know how to apply key learnings to your own store, you’re in the right place.
Although the default WooCommerce checkout is reasonably well laid out I think more can be done to improve this crucial step for store owners. Because, really this is now the most important step of the process. You’ve done the hard work, encouraged a buyer to select a product, add it to the cart – now you need them to buy.
You don’t want your effort to be wasted and with a couple of easy tweaks you’ll be able to reduce the likelihood of this happening. I’m going to show you how to optimize your WooCommerce checkout to present the best possible experience to buyers and encourage them to complete the process. Let’s get started!
I was looking for a WooCommerce Email Customizer solution for our own CommerceGurus site for a while for buyers of our Shoptimizer WooCommerce theme. Email customizations are one of the forgotten aspects of eCommerce but definitely shouldn’t be overlooked. They’re invaluable for defining your brand right up to and including the point-of-sale and can provide useful information to buyers post-purchase.
This could include a link to documentation, a phone number for support or even a coupon code for subsequent purchases as a way of saying thank you. Let’s look at what I discovered, and I promise, it should only take five minutes to implement on your store.
It’s an easy win!
WooCommerce shortcodes may not be familiar to everyone. Even if you have a WooCommerce store, it may be a feature you haven’t come across and don’t yet realise how useful they can be in sprinkling product references and buying call to action buttons throughout your site.
WooCommerce shortcodes are small code snippets which you can place anywhere in your site to display WooCommerce products or calls to action such as ‘Buy Now’ buttons. There are a multitude of uses for these and we wanted to incorporate some great examples directly within our Shoptimizer WooCommerce theme. But, they should of course work with any theme with WooCommerce installed.
Before talking about the excellent WooCommerce Subscriptions plugin I want to first mention a start-up, whose beginnings were described on the Starter Story website.
Blue Coffee Box is a coffee subscription business, founded in the UK by a dad, with the intention of raising enough monthly revenue to pay for his son’s college education and living fees. His son now runs the business with him and through directly mailing a fresh, original batch of coffee to their paying subscribers, they have already surpassed $26,000 in monthly income.
This is after being in business only a little bit over one year.