- Written by David Attard
- Category: WooCommerce
Before we did into our WooCommerce vs Shopify comparison, let's start with a few insane statistics!
Did you know that 51% of people in the USA prefer online shopping?
In 2016, the average shopper spent $488 on e-commerce purchase, beating offline purchase with $79.
E-commerce is expected to grow 23% year-over-year.
If you're in the ecommerce business, things are looking good for you. These e-commerce statistics present a very lucrative future for online shopping and e-commerce.
If you want to make the most out of this rising trend, you need to create an e-commerce site - asap, that's a fact. The easiest way to create an online shopping website is to use an ecommerce platform.
There are several e-commerce platforms out there, but WooCommerce and Shopify are by far the two most popular ones. Both platforms offer an extensive list of features and have a large user base, which leads us to the following question:Add a comment
- Written by Foysal Ahmed
- Category: WooCommerce
Hey there, entrepreneur! Are you thinking about WooCommerce subscriptions? If you want to build a recurring revenue stream, a subscription based payment structure will ALWAYS be the best business model - if you are able to pull it off. You'll probably have noticed that most the leading companies are gradually moving toward a subscription model. If you want to retain your customer base and still be profitable, there is no alternative to subscriptions.
This is all great, but how do you manage the subscriptions system? There are several things involved in setting up this type of model; creating the subscription packages, setting up the payment methods, configuring the shipping options, monitoring the subscription status, and so on. How can you deal with all of these on your own? Wouldn't you rather be managing your business rather than managing your shop's subscription model?
Luckily, WooCommerce has developed a special extension to deal specifically with all the complexities of setting up and managing a subscription system on your existing WordPress site. In today’s post, we're going to introduce you to WooCommerce Subscriptions, discuss the features, and show you how to use the extension to set up your own subscription system.
Are you ready? Let’s get started.Add a comment