Liquid Web has optimized their Managed WooComerce Hosting plans to offer a beginner plan starting at $39 only. This is super cool especially for those who couldn’t afford an expensive hosting to kick-start their online stores. The best thing is that they have not compromised the quality of services in this less amount.
If you run an online store with WooCommerce then you cannot afford any kinds of downtime which can result in the loss of orders, revenue, and ultimately potential customers. So, taking optimized backups without data loss and performance is very important.
BlogVault provides an incredible real-time backup solution for WooCommerce store owners. Read on further to know more about this service.
The Square integration feature of WooCommerce allowed online stores to sync their offline and online inventories. At the time of every new purchase, inventories at both places get updated automatically. And Square integration allows you to share a common payment processor for your online and offline stores. I am going to review a new add-on for this purpose i.e. the Square Recurring Payments for WooCommerce Subscriptions.
It’s been less than a month has WooCommerce has completed its first year after being acquired by Automattic. According to the most recent stats from BuiltWith, WooCommerce powers nearly 37 percent of all eCommerce website globally and has a current customer base of more than 14 million downloads. These mind-boggling stats have made one thing quite sure, that eCommerce is going to set new records for WordPress, and both will witness a tremendous growth in future. So, any recurring business which deals with eCommerce seems to have a progressive future.