The freedom to customize your orders is an advantage that assures to users that extra that others don’t have. Let them upload images, text documents, or any other file with YITH WooCommerce Uploads, and meet the needs of yours and your customers’!
Exporting your online shop information can be very helpful: getting a full list of your customers, managing orders, or maybe a simple data exportation to conduct correctly all your stock operations. What is the best way to manage huge quantities of information, then? YITH WooCommerce Quick Export has a quick and direct answer!
Users that purchase online always hesitate when they buy a product that they cannot see nor touch. Put yourself in your potential customers' shoes: everything they know about the product is represented by an image and a few descripting lines, they are not able to verify personally the details, or to ask for further information to a salesperson as it would be in a real shop. How many questions would they ask before clicking on the purchasing button, and how frustrated are they purchasing blindly!
Do you want your products to become popular and sell a lot? Use an efficient pre-sale system in your store! Whenever a product or service is about to be launched on the market, a feeling of expectations is triggered in your customers, which makes them more likely to proceed with the purchase. Unfortunately, this unconscious process is rarely used properly and once a new product is finally on the market, many customers already lost their interest in it.
Neuromarketing research has proved that if someone receives a gift, they almost feel like they are in debt. This way you will create customer loyalty, without them realizing it.
Are invoices a nightmare for you? Do not worry, YITH WooCommerce PDF Invoice and Shipping List has been purposely created to help you automatically generate PDF invoices for your orders. You can customise options and then have invoices automatically generated without you to feel stressed for doing it.
The online purchase process starts when users add the product to the chart, and it can be considered completed when the product reaches its destination: our e-commerce gains credibility loyalizing the customer with the delivery of the product. Users want a rapid, safe and reliable delivery: this is why it is vital to allow your clients to track the order and follow the delivery steps.
Have you ever had the unpleasant feeling of having to find a present for someone, but not knowing what to buy? 99% of the time, that kind of uncertainty stops your customers from completing their order. The same happens on your shop. Customers come to purchase a present, browse the catalogue in search for an idea, but they are not sure about what the receiver would like most and have many doubts: how does the refund policy work in case the product is not well received? Or if the size was not the right one? And what happens if it did not arrive on time?
From January 1 2015, the European Union has put into effect the new rules about the taxation on the purchase of digital goods (software, electronic, e-book, telecommunications and broadcast services) for European citizens. In the business to consumer sale, the shop must apply the VAT of the country of the purchaser; while in the business to business it all depends whether the company owns valid VAT number recognized by the European Union. 28 countries mean 28 different calculations; do you think it could be confusing? Well, because with YITH WooCommerce EU VAT everything will be automatic.
When does the state of tension increase? When a received package must be shipped. Even the smallest mistake could cause negative consequences. Tension also increases when the products of your shop must be loaded or unloaded from the stock or when you need to know which items are contained inside an Out For Delivery package
Emails are one of the most rewarding channels in online business, that’s no secret. Almost the entirety of worldwide online market owners state that a big part of their income comes from their mailing list, since any email sent is a good opportunity to obtain new sales. A simple email sent in the right time could bring customers to make a second purchase, a purchase you are currently wasting for each succesful order you receive, and that might be worth hundreds of dollars. Imagine if you could send an upsell email to customers who added a specific product to their cart and completed the order. Can you see the opportunity? Say your customers purchase a set of dishes and the plugin automatically offers them a set of cutlery to go with it, maybe with a small discount used to incentivate the bundled purchase. Wouldn’t that be great? And what if you could send an email based on the category in which purchased product belongs?
In the online business era, where always more stores and companies offer their products and services in a network, the way to launch a commercial activity also evolved. Sometimes, to start an online business, all you need is the right idea and one or more partners with whom you are sharing the same point of view. So, when your e-commerce is ready to be launched and you took everything into account, here's the problem arising: alright, you have planned to share by 50%, but how will you put it into practice? Who will receive the payment when the first customer purchases one of your products with a credit card? How will it be split based on the commissions you have agreed upon? If you are already tearing your hair out thinking about checking every single order, a calculator in your hand, and managing all percentages and commissions manually, take a deep breath and read what our YITH Stripe Connect can do for you.
For most existing businesses, there are two different types of customers: “simple” customers, who buy products for themselves, and “resellers”, who sell products to their own customers pool. While the first type is often an occasional user, the reseller is a loyal, stable customer who buys multiple times over time. Resellers purchases are often crowded (tens, hundreds, thousands of units of the same product) and continuous (eg on a weekly or monthly basis): in practice, the reseller is, for the company he chooses to buy, a guarantee . These are your most important customers. So here is the philosophy behind the YITH Quick Order Forms plugin: to offer resellers the opportunity to buy it as easy, immediately and intuitively as possible. Making sure that every retailer has access to a product page shaped after their needs which can shows, for example, only the products that they are actually interested in or the ones that they most frequently buy. Make it even easier to search for specific products, let them choose the amount of products they want to buy, let them simply add the products to their orders with one click and staying on the same page, eliminating the unnecessary time spent waiting for different pages of your e- commerce to load.
As I'm sure you know, successful businessmen never miss a beat, and digital market is no exception to this rule. However, do you know some parts of the purchase process are often completely ignored or omitted? For example, have you ever wondered if it would be more advantageous or appropriate to let your customers choose a payment method rather than another when purchasing certain products? You would probably have more benefits to allow purchasing some products only with credit cards rather than bank transfer or Paypal but… For the time being, this is not possible and you are inevitably missing this advantage.
Have you ever noticed that Google shows product feeds among its results? They are so captivating, tempting and attractive! They immediately catch users' eye, persuade them to click and take them directly to your shop page. Google Merchant: the bright idea by Google, well-conceived for those who aim to boost their sales. Just think about it! That simple click will not only meet the target but will also take the users who have a strong tendency to purchase to your site and, as a foreseeable consequence, increase your sales.
So your online business is finally getting started and you are finally starting to sell all over the World, not just your own country. You translate the pages in your website, but your users still need to find out where on the website they get to see your products in their own language. This dramatically lowers the conversion rate for each country, which voids any effort you put into specifically targeting a given region in the world you intend to focus your investments and data analysis on.
Have you ever thought about organizing an event, a party or a meeting? Many people try to arrange these and a lot of them give up right after seeing that there is so many things to consider in order to organize an event the best way. One of the biggest issues regarding events management is selling tickets, which needs to be handled with care or you risk to jeopardize the entire event. This is the main reason why we often rely on external services that will take a percentage of your earnings, affecting your overall income and public image of your company.
All big eCommerce Stores offer a Wishlist feature for their shops and you can do to. With our WooCommerce Wishlist Plugin you can easily create, view, edit, share or search Wishlists. Logged in Customers can create own wishlists and share them. If Guest Mode is enabled users can also create lists without being logged in.
Your customers need PDF invoices – sometimes it’s required by law, sometimes it’s easier for them to upload PDFs into their booking system. Our WooCommerce PDF Invoice plugin helps you and your customers to solve this problem automatically. With a few clicks your users will automatically get invoice PDFs attached to their order emails, thank you page & order details. Furthermore you as an admin can modify the layout as you want: Add header, add address blocks, add custom invoice texts, images, logo, HTML or whatever you want. Display taxes in the correct way including tax rate and use our unique preview function to see the generated invoice template.
Is the final price for your products the right one? Every time you need to assign prices to new products you have for sales, many questions arise: you want to treat your customers well treated but something may interfere with your decision of what the final price might be and good intentions just aren't enough. Some of these questions may concern the price applied by the payment gateway of choice, for each transaction. The most warning factor is the fact that if you intend to add this cost directly to the final product price, that's going to influence your customers' decisions and might end up purchasing it from some other store paying a little less for it. And just like that you lost not just a sale, but a potential customer. Clearly you can't afford to lose money, but you might consider that adding that cost to the final price isn't nice either, since every gateway has different prices and you would end up with showing an expensive price even when the payment method chosen by the user doesn't require it.