Though they seem as different as night and day, in a recent podcast, Robert Windisch from Inpsyde recommends that over the next twelve months that WooCommerce builders should embrace the blog editor and multisite.
As a WordPress agency, we know that urge to not always jump on new things.
Embrace the Blog Editor
Every minute spent on the blog editor is well-invested time. You can create more appealing content and help your clients to get ahead of the competitors. With more peoples and companies joining the eCommerce market, you and your clients can profit with the upcoming flexibility of the WooCommerce blogs. If you might be into podcasting, check out the Gutenberg change log, where you have a deep dive into the makings and decisions of changes for the blog editor.
A Hidden Champion, Multisite
If you’re looking for a hidden champion feature in WordPress, that not everyone has their eyes yet on, it’s multisite. Having one installations to serve multiple different sites gives you an edge from many use cases. For example, you can spin up a new project or shop based on an existing one and quickly start a project for a new demand. For example, we use multisite often to help clients translate their pages or products.