10 WooCommerce SEO Tips to Boost Your Rankings

WooCommerce SEO

When you’re trying to drive more traffic to your WooCommerce store you’re going to have a variety of different routes to pursue. You have paid traffic, growing your social media channels, and more. But, one form of traffic can not only be very high-quality, but it’s long-lasting too. If you couldn’t guess we’re talking about search engine traffic. Ranking your WooCommerce store in the search engines will take some work. But, since SEO traffic is long-term it’s something you’ll reap

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How You Can Easily Manage Multiple WordPress Sites

Multiple pieces of a website

If you’re a developer or run an agency, then you’re probably going to be dealing with multiple client websites. Managing multiple WordPress sites can end up being super time consuming, and that’s not even including the never-ending theme and plugin update process. Luckily, as a WordPress user, you’re going to have a lot of different options for managing these sites in the most effective manner possible. Below we look at the two main methods of managing multiple WordPress sites, activating

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5 Common WooCommerce Issues and How to Fix Them

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As a WooCommerce store owner, you want your store to stay up and running 24/7. After all, whenever your store is down due to a technical glitch, it’s losing you money. WooCommerce is arguably one of the best eCommerce software out there, but that doesn’t mean it’s not without its issues. Sure, you can get your store up and running in record time, but what happens when your store is slow? Or, you’re experiencing any other common technical issues? Below

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Ways to reduce WooCommerce cart abandonment

Today’s guest blog post was written by Jason Chow. Jason is a fan of technology, WordPress and entrepreneurship. He is an outreach manager for WHSR and WebRevenue.io. Jason is also a marketer – he likes to read news related to startups and internet marketing. A dilemma that every eCommerce store faces is to have your customers abandon their cart just before heading to the checkout page. Unfortunately, this can happen quite a lot and it can be a huge leak in your

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Getting Prepared for the GDPR

Graphical representation of the process of GDPR

Chances are you’ve been hearing a lot about the GDPR lately. You might be wondering what is the GDPR exactly, and how will it affect you? What is the GDPR? GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation and it takes effect on May 25, 2018. The GDPR, among other things, requires companies and site owners to be transparent about how they collect, use, and share personal data. It also gives individuals more access and choice when it comes to how

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