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.
If you plan to launch a Subscription Box store soon, choosing WooCommerce will shorten the path to your first sale and provide a future-proof foundation for your business. In this introduction to selling Subscription Boxes with WooCommerce, you’ll learn which extensions you need to set up a robust, state-of-the-art Subscription Box store.
Still holding onto that Subscription Box idea? Now’s the time to make it happen! All Products for WooCommerce Subscriptions v2.4 makes it easier than ever to offer Product Bundles and Composite Products on subscription. The new release offers switching support for these product types, allowing customers to modify their subscription box contents mid-term.
Ever wished you could precisely control which products to recommend on your WooCommerce store — and also choose where and when to do so?
Meet WooCommerce Product Recommendations. Our newest addition to WooCommerce.com is a rule-based product recommendations tool that lets you:
- Build rule-based recommendation engines.
- Place recommendations anywhere.
- Measure their impact.
Time to ship a feature that has steadily held the top spot of the Composite Products request charts: The ability to modify the main Composite Product image in response to configuration changes. The new functionality has been packaged into Composite Products: Conditional Images, a free mini-extension that requires Composite Products 4.1+.