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From C++ to PHP, the language Maria thinks in is code, and translates it to English for humans to understand. She has a degree in Computer Science and is the writer of choice for many organizations. She is also The Big Boss at BloggInc., calling all the shots and personally supervising every word and piece of content.

In her spare time, you can find her playing GTA V, lounging at the farm, or trying to beat her husband at indoor badminton.

Pixel Manager for WooCommerce Review

Tracking conversions across multiple sources is essential for growing eCommerce stores. It helps you determine which channels work the best for your business and where there’s room for improvement. You can use this information to grow your bottom line.

To do this in WooCommerce, you will need a pixel manager plugin that lets you track ad and marketing campaigns from a single place.

In this article, we’ll review the Pixel Manager for WooCommerce plugin in detail. We’ll start by explaining what it does and highlight its key features. We’ll also show you how you can get started with it and see how it compares to other pixel manager plugins.

WooCommerce Quantity Discounts, Rules and Swatches Review

Are you looking for an easy way to set up bulk discounts on your online store? Or maybe you want to set minimum and maximum quantity rules for your WooCommerce products?

The default WooCommerce plugin doesn’t let you offer customers discounts based on the total order quantity. While standard WooCommerce may not have features that let you do this, you can use the WooCommerce Quantity Discounts, Rules & Swatches plugin to do all of this plus much more.

In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the WooCommerce Quantity Discounts, Rules & Swatches plugin from the team at Studio Wombat and see how it lets you optimize the shopping experience on your online store. Let’s dive in!

Setary Review: Bulk Edit Products in WooCommerce

Are you looking for an easy way to manage your online store’s inventory? WooCommerce by default is quite limited when it comes to managing stock inventory and making product updates, especially if you have a lot of products in your store’s catalog.

The standard way to make product changes and view your inventory is by navigating to multiple pages. This can be incredibly time-consuming for store managers that work with large product catalogs. In addition to this, it can be hard to manage product or stock updates for multiple WooCommerce sites at once. You will have to manually open the dashboard for each of your online stores and make changes to products that way. If you sell around a few dozen products in each store, you’ll have to make edits to over a hundred products each time.

This is why it can be so useful to incorporate a dedicated inventory management tool like Setary into your workflow, especially if your online store has thousands of products.

Google Analytics alternatives for eCommerce stores

You may have heard Google Analytics is the best solution for tracking eCommerce data. However, there are many other platforms that work great, and in some cases, better than the popular analytics platform.

This is particularly true if you’re serious about privacy. Google Analytics, though incredibly feature-rich, collects personal and personally identifiable information from site users. This includes online identifiers such as IP addresses, visited pages, browser fingerprints, and more.

The good news is that there are some excellent Google Analytics alternatives out there that offer a privacy-focused approach to tracking analytics for eCommerce stores.

Rockerbox Review

Are you looking to measure just how effective your marketing campaigns are for your eCommerce store? Wondering just how much revenue you really make from different channels? You need to incorporate marketing attribution into your strategy.

Marketing attribution can help your brand identify the most effective marketing channels and map out the customer’s conversion journey. This is immensely important for business owners that want to minimize ineffective spending on marketing channels that are underperforming and grow the ones that are actually bringing in more conversions.

8 Best eCommerce Shipping Policy Examples

Did you know that 86% of consumers abandon their shopping carts due to the cost of shipping? In other words, customers who are prepared to place their order will bounce off the checkout page due to high shipping costs.

In fact, eCommerce brands lose upwards of $18 billion in sales revenue per year because of cart abandonment! By improving your online store’s shipping policy, you can set the right expectations and minimize cart abandonment due to high shipping rates.

So make your shipping policy easy to find. Include a link to it in your footer. According to Baymard’s research, 20% of eCommerce stores fail to do this basic step.

Trust badges on eCommerce stores – do they work?

Did you know that recent studies show 18% of people don’t trust stores with their credit card information?

Customers often perceive some parts of a page to be secure. For instance, you can customize the design of your eCommerce page and include trust badges to give your pages a more secure look and feel overall. This design format also influences customers’ “gut feeling” about your eCommerce store’s page security. Trust badges can also make the checkout page look visually more secure and reduce cart abandonment on your WooCommerce store.

PixelYourSite Review

Looking for a way to integrate Facebook Pixel, Google Analytics, or the Pinterest tag into your WordPress site?

Facebook Pixel lets you track important event data such as user page visits, comments, and form submission data to ensure successful Facebook marketing campaigns for your business. It’s basically Google Analytics for Facebook Ads.

However, adding Facebook Pixel (or any other API) to your site involves modifying your site’s code which can be challenging.

This is why it’s best to use a pixel manager plugin for WordPress such as the PixelYourSite plugin.

In this post, we’ll take a closer look at some of the key features of the robust pixel manager. We’ll also show you how easy it is to configure on your WordPress or WooCommerce site.

CheckoutWC Review

Looking for a way to optimize the checkout flow of your online store? With default WooCommerce, you’re limited in the ways you can speed up your store’s checkout flow and optimize it for conversions. Here are a few reasons why:

  • The default WooCommerce checkout form has too many fields.
  • The checkout page structure can be overwhelming at a glance.

This is why it can be a good idea to use a separate checkout plugin such as CheckoutWC to create a customized, better-looking, conversion-optimized checkout experience for your online store.

Outstanding Size Guide Examples in eCommerce

Processing and handling returns hurt profits. One way to reduce this is to create size guides to better detail your product’s dimensions and display it on your product pages.

Size guides are a great way to keep customers informed when making purchases on your online store. You can expect to see a reduction in return orders as a result of people ordering sizes that fit them. This can help your business save costs and offer a better online shopping experience.

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