Woo Builder Blog

WooCommerce tips, tutorials, insights, opinion and editorial posts for the WooCommerce Builder community.

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How WooCommerce Builders Can Contribute to WordPress

To succeed as a WooCommerce builder, contributing to WordPress core can play as an essential part in that journey.

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project client

What Clients Overlook When It Comes to Having Their WooCommerce Site Built

There are three important factors: going beyond the cost build, thinking of the it as a project and avoiding the word "expensive".
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twitter changes

A Twitter Change, @BobWP is Now @DotheWoo

One year after launching Do the Woo I have decided to change my Twitter handle.
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content creation

How WooCommerce Builders Should Think About Their Own Content

Some great tips to help WooCommerce product builders with their own content creation.
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freelancers

What Sets a Good Freelancer Apart From the Others

Any freelancer can decide to set themselves apart through better client communication and stronger soft skills.
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scratching your own itch

Woo Product Developers Who Are Scratching Their Own Itch

This could be one of the bigger mistakes you make as a product developer in the WooCommerce space.
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Stories, Tips and Insights on Cart Abandonment with WooCommerce

Dave from Recapture.io shares some great information around ways to avoid losing sales on your WooCommerce site.
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restaurant

Take Food Orders Online with WooCommerce and Make a Restaurant Pandemic-Proof

Learn how to create a WooCommerce restaurant ordering website for any restaurant, allowing them to take food orders online.
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man thinking

What Should a New Developer Interested in WordPress Do?

With all the changes in WordPress, as a new developer, don't follow the hype.
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An Ideal WooCommerce Client is Different for Every Agency, Sometimes

When it comes to the ideal client, there are likely some characteristics that are, across the board, Ideal and at the same time each agency, or even each individual, has their own perception.
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