Have you ever noticed that Google shows product feeds among its results? They are so captivating, tempting and attractive! They immediately catch users' eye, persuade them to click and take them directly to your shop page. Google Merchant: the bright idea by Google, well-conceived for those who aim to boost their sales. Just think about it! That simple click will not only meet the target but will also take the users who have a strong tendency to purchase to your site and, as a foreseeable consequence, increase your sales.
So your online business is finally getting started and you are finally starting to sell all over the World, not just your own country. You translate the pages in your website, but your users still need to find out where on the website they get to see your products in their own language. This dramatically lowers the conversion rate for each country, which voids any effort you put into specifically targeting a given region in the world you intend to focus your investments and data analysis on.
Have you ever thought about organizing an event, a party or a meeting? Many people try to arrange these and a lot of them give up right after seeing that there is so many things to consider in order to organize an event the best way. One of the biggest issues regarding events management is selling tickets, which needs to be handled with care or you risk to jeopardize the entire event. This is the main reason why we often rely on external services that will take a percentage of your earnings, affecting your overall income and public image of your company.
All big eCommerce Stores offer a Wishlist feature for their shops and you can do to. With our WooCommerce Wishlist Plugin you can easily create, view, edit, share or search Wishlists. Logged in Customers can create own wishlists and share them. If Guest Mode is enabled users can also create lists without being logged in.
Your customers need PDF invoices – sometimes it’s required by law, sometimes it’s easier for them to upload PDFs into their booking system. Our WooCommerce PDF Invoice plugin helps you and your customers to solve this problem automatically. With a few clicks your users will automatically get invoice PDFs attached to their order emails, thank you page & order details. Furthermore you as an admin can modify the layout as you want: Add header, add address blocks, add custom invoice texts, images, logo, HTML or whatever you want. Display taxes in the correct way including tax rate and use our unique preview function to see the generated invoice template.
Is the final price for your products the right one? Every time you need to assign prices to new products you have for sales, many questions arise: you want to treat your customers well treated but something may interfere with your decision of what the final price might be and good intentions just aren't enough. Some of these questions may concern the price applied by the payment gateway of choice, for each transaction. The most warning factor is the fact that if you intend to add this cost directly to the final product price, that's going to influence your customers' decisions and might end up purchasing it from some other store paying a little less for it. And just like that you lost not just a sale, but a potential customer. Clearly you can't afford to lose money, but you might consider that adding that cost to the final price isn't nice either, since every gateway has different prices and you would end up with showing an expensive price even when the payment method chosen by the user doesn't require it.
Do you like the sound of money? I'm sure you do, since when you own an e-commerce store, there is no better sound from the one of a scored sale. When customers buy from your online store, you must know right away, in order to be able to taste that particular feeling that only sales can give. It doesn't matter what you are doing, doesn't matter if you are checking your budget or if you are in a meeting with your colleagues, you need to be informed! Sure, you must be thinking that emails and text messages help in this respect, but this forces you yo have to keep updating your accounts.
Subtract the costs from your revenue and you get the profit, your actual gain. This is one of those laws we learn in school and that we all end up taking for granted. Then we actually end up forgetting about it, when we decide to start a business. And often we will start looking for a reason why our business is failing when it’s already too late. You wonder how the margins of your earnings could be so low, when sales were fine. You wonder why, despite fifty orders per day, your business kept dying, little by little every day, until the company accounts have inevitably gone in red. The reason is almost always there: hidden among the folds of those unaccounted costs that you somehow missed, that you did not consider.
Such is the nature of business: each customer is different from the other and knowing well your price policies and your way of dealing with them, they always want more and if you don’t grant it, they will get frustrated and move on to your competitors. How many different types of customers have you got? Some of them want to be treated differently from others as they buy many products each month, those who want to be privileged because they are old time customers and so on… But how could you possibly give privileges to each one of your customers, knowing that each one of you has different needs? Sure, when we manage a small store, we can surely change the user role by accessing WooCommerce’s options, effectively giving them advantages others don’t have, but when these customers become 10, 20 or 100… it may become a problem.
Did you know people read refund policies before buying any product? Basically, if the website grants a refund for the product due to reasonable causes such as malfunctions, glitches and such, buyers will be increasingly determined to complete their orders. They will feel reassured. And that’s great since that tremendously increases the conversion rate. But do you know what happens if we offer a difficult process to get refunds? Users will lose trust in your company and they will most likely look somewhere else for their future purchases.