In this episode we are talking about eCommerce predictions for 2019, headless eCommerce, online retailers and the growth of store pick-up and BigCommerce’s new integration with WordPress.
In episode 9 we are talking about the release of WooCommerce 3.5, WooSesh, the New Woo with the WC Admin Plugin and a look at tests done on how user-friendly tabs are on product pages.
In episode 8 we are talking about Liquid Web’s new WooCommerce marketplace hosting, the proposed release date for Gutenberg and how that affects online stores, and a look at voice search vs. organic search.
In episode 7, we talk about iThemes new Multi-Channel Sales add-on, the official WooCommerce app for Android and a new look on Amazon machine-learning powered tool called Scout.
In episode 6 we talk about Liquid Web’s new beginner Woo managed hosting, the virtual conference WooSesh, Custom Product Tables, Woo blocks and a bit about Facebook.
This week we talk about WooCommerce 3.4 and GDPR, Gutenberg blocks for WooCommerce product pages, digital currency and online stores, Stripe Radar and Square buys Weebly.
Brent Shepherd, developer behind the Subscriptions extension for WooCommerce, joins me today to talk about subscription sites and recurring income using WooCommerce.
Listen in as Nicole Kohler from Automattic and the Jetpack team shares some thoughts on integration with WooCommerce and how Jetpack can benefit your WordPress online store.
In this podcast we chat about content and your online store, how Cody and his agency is preparing for Gutenberg, a quick look at WooCommerce 3.3 and more.
In our debut episode of our WooCommerce podcast, Brad Williams from WebDevStudios joins me in some talk around WooCommerce, the enterprise space and some odds and ends.
Today is the official start of the Do the Woo podcast. Listen in as I chat about what you can expect and what the direction and future holds for this WooCommerce podcast.