For those yet to learn of it, WooCommerce is a plugin that is part of the WordPress universe.
Once installed and operational, it serves as the heart of a businesses eCommerce website.
It can do a whole ton of nifty things that are all part of running a business online.
From listing and selling products, to accepting payments, notifying customers of delivery times, and more!
WooCommerce is also great for the links it has with many other products and services.
Once setup, WooCommerce users can arrange for sales to be paid for via Paypal, bank deposit, and a number of options (that are very popular overseas) such as Stripe, Amazon Payments, and Authorize.net.
As well as payment options, it’s also possible to link your WooCommerce store to other apps like Google Analytics.
This can be a really powerful upgrade for your eCommerce operation, taking the guesswork out of what works when it comes to selling and advertising, as all the data about your website traffic and what products your visitors are most interested in is right there ready for you to read and use!
Then there’s also add-ons available for your WooCommerce store to take care of all the admin tasks like the calculation of tax, the processing of invoices, and the creation of shipping labels.
The great advantage of a WooCommerce store is once it is set up it can be super easy to run.
This is the case whether you have lots of experience in eCommerce operations, or are new to it.
Because once the store is setup, it is easy to navigate your way around it.
So things like listing new products, uploading photos, and similar tasks is a breeze.
In fact, WooCommerce has become so popular in recent times, it actually now powers 30% of all online stores!
When you need a Sydney WooCommerce Developer odds are good you really need a WooCommerce developer. WooCommerce may seem simple – and sure, it is simple to start – but in reality there is a huge difference in quality and outcomes from one WooCommerce site to another.
Because WooCommerce is a WordPress plugin, it is (comparatively) user friendly compared to many other options out there.
Nonetheless, setting up a eCommerce store is always going to be a complex process.
And setting up a good one – one that doesn’t just ‘look OK’ and list some products but actually leads the market and converts sales daily – is even more complex.
While WooCommerce is designed to be easy for WordPress users to install, the old saying ‘easy to begin, hard to master’ really applies here.
Those who know and understand this always look to a professional to ensure they get the very best results, and have the strongest foundation on which to grow their online eCommerce store.
A professional web designer can optimise your store quickly, efficiently, and with disruption to your website or its functionality.
The same applies to existing WooCommerce stores. Whether you want a WooCommerce site updated with a specific new feature, or want your whole site updated to ensure it’s totally optimised and primed for growth.
Even people who feel comfortable with WordPress and use it often can find themselves challenged when it comes to getting the results they want in setting up a WooCommerce store.
That’s why it’s always good to hire a professional to ensure you get the results you desire.
I’m really pleased to offer a diverse variety of services in the WooCommerce space. I’m always at the
ready to assist with you:
Beyond these common WooCommerce services listed here, I am always happy to discuss any other task you have in mind that you need done.
If you’re in Sydney I’m always available to meet for a coffee and a consultation. I’m located in the Eastern suburbs, and always open to hopping in the car or catching a train to chat with a new client.
If you’re located outside Sydney please contact me via email with some info surrounding what WooCommerce task you’re looking to get done. We could then arrange a time for a Skype call to speak further as needed.
Asking this question is a lot like asking ‘how long is a piece of string?’. It can depend on a number of factors like what design you want, how complex the process is, and also your availability (it’s always ideal to keep in touch and check in with clients as work progresses for their input).
Generally speaking though? A simple WooCommerce site can take roughly 3-6 weeks
Yes! It’s true a lot of people can misunderstand what a web designer does. Sure I do stuff on the web, but I do design as well. And when you bring those two together? Web designer!
So I can definitely help you create a design for your WooCommerce site. This is something I do regularly with all my existing clients who use WooCommerce, and I’d be happy to help you too.
I don’t offer formal training in WooCommerce platforms at this time, but I am happy to assist you with any issues you have with the website. I can also setup your site in a way so once it’s live you won’t need to make any major changes to it.
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