Ah… That glorious feeling when a product is selling like hot cakes! You worked hard, and can finally enjoy the fruits of your labor. Take a moment to take it all in, pat yourself on the back, and thank those who helped you pull it off.
But what happens when all that inventory is gone? No matter how you feel about stockouts, we’ve got just what the doctor ordered: Meet our newest plugin, WooCommerce Back In Stock Notifications.
Free shipping is always a great perk to offer, especially if you want to encourage customers to subscribe to your products. In this post, you will learn how to configure Conditional Shipping and Payments to offer Free Shipping on subscription renewal orders.
For a while now, Product Bundles has offered WooCommerce merchants a reliable, straightforward way to create bulk product packages that pull stock from a single product. In this post, we explore some of the most effective techniques for cross-promoting bulk quantity bundles in WooCommerce product pages.
If you’ve been thinking about offering product recommendations in your WooCommerce store, there couldn’t be a better time to start experimenting: The newest version of Product Recommendations introduces two intelligent amplifiers: “Bought Together” and “Others Also Bought”.
Launching new products in the middle of a global pandemic is difficult, as all of us are faced with uncertainty and unusual challenges. However, even at this time we can and should still equip WooCommerce merchants with tools to help them weather this storm. This is why we decided to let you all know about a new WooCommerce extension we built here at SomewhereWarm: Gift Cards.
This decade was a special one for SomewhereWarm. Since the ship set sail in 2012, our journey has been full of adventure and discovery. The year we are leaving behind us a good share of thrilling events and friendly encounters. Let’s take a look at what happened in 2019!
We are proud to say we are a support-driven company. But what does it mean exactly, and how does it influence the way we work? In the spirit of open source, we are sharing our “Pillars of Support”: A document from our internal Manual that we use to help new support teammates:
- Learn the principles that guide our interactions with customers.
- Develop a better understanding of their position in our software engineering process.