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WooCommerce Subscriptions

Since WooCommerce released the WooCommerce Subscriptions extension users are gradually moving to this plugin for their website subscription management.  Also, this WooCommerce extension brings you subscriptions to physical and virtual products, create product of the month clubs, weekly and monthly billing packages.  Futhermore you can add sign-up frees, provide free trials or define exppiration perdiods. In addition, here are the features…

Posted by mike on December 7th, 2016

WooCommerce Contracts

Do your customers need to sign a contract to purchase or download one of your products.  Seems like this Contracts plugin is probably by far the most popular on the market today.  First of all this WordPress plugin can automate the whole contract process for you. Furthermore WooCommerce contracts can collect signatures electronically saving you time and money.  In addition this plugin…

Posted by mike on December 6th, 2016

WooCommerce Memberships

WooCommerce Memberships allows your WordPress website to restrict content to your members and also supports payment plan collections.  In addition, this WooCommerce extension is easy to use and brings together your content, shop and memberships in one place.  You can drip content over time to schedule when members have access. There are several types of memberships: Sell memberships as a…

Posted by mike on December 2nd, 2016

WooCommerce Bookings

The process of managing appointments and taking payments can be a time consuming task.  So the easiest solution to your booking scheduling is through a WooCommerce extension,  WooCommerce Bookings.  This extension sits on top of WooCommerce core platform which means all your e-commerce payment configurations stay the same.  You can create fixed time slots when bookings are available.  The Woocommerce…

Posted by mike on December 2nd, 2016

Choosing your WordPress Theme

You should think very carefully when choosing your WordPress theme.  There are many WordPress Theme considerations to think about from functionality to usability.  There are many themes providers you can go to choose your ideal WordPress theme WordPress.org Themes, Woo Themes, Template Monster, WpmuDev, Theme Forest, Elegant Themes and Nexus Themes.  WordPress Theme Considerations Clean Simple Design – You should focus your theme choice on Simplicity and Usability.  A…

Posted by mike on September 11th, 2016

Choosing your WordPress Plugin

WordPress is renowned for being a truly versatile open source platform and has extensible capabilities.  Most business owner looking for an enterprise web application platform will most likely consider using WordPress as their main tool for their content marketing strategy. So being popular means there is a huge WordPress following, many people in the community are enthusiasts and businesses people…

Posted by mike on September 2nd, 2016

Clone your WordPress site to a test environment

Follow the step by step instructions blow to help you in Clone your WordPress site to a test environment. This setup guide will show you to create a new test website on your existing web hosting account, like mine as an example http://test.joebloggs.com/.   Follow the steps below and replace your website details with the example. 1. Create a Sub Domain – Your…

Posted by mike on July 7th, 2016

How to setup a WAMP stack to run a WordPress Website

In this blog I will show you how to setup a WordPress environment locally on your Windows PC, so you can develop websites locally on your machine without the danger of breaking anything in a live environment.  Most websites in the world sit on a Linux web server, the set of technologies WordPress uses are commonly called the LAMP stack, meaning…

Posted by mike on May 16th, 2016

How to Backup your WordPress Website

This guide will provide you with a step by step instructions, on how to backup your WordPress website. When you want to backup your WordPress site. There are two things you need to backup. 1. Files – e.g. Images, Plugins, Themes, Website Config, WordPress PHP code 2. Database – All the text, layout, content maps to your site and WordPress…

Posted by mike on February 22nd, 2016