5 Plugins That Boost Your WooCommerce Business

WordPress is the most widely used platform in the world, and powers one-third of the Web. If you own an ecommerce company, chances are you’re taking advantage of the WordPress power by using the WooCommerce plugin to manage your online store. A study conducted by BuiltWit further reveals that 3.7% of world’s top million websites are using Woocommerce–which means 0.6% of all websites in the entire world are using the ecommerce plugin today. When you crunch the numbers, that’s about 4 million online stores.

One of the great things about WordPress is that you can use even more plugins to take your efforts several steps further. Whether you want to build a WooCommerce store with OceanWP (a fast, responsive, and customizable WordPress theme) or have hired a designer for a custom look, one thing is clear: you need to start gathering plugins. Plugins extend the functionality of the WooCommerce platform, and you should take advantage of the features available. Here are five of the best plugins for your WooCommerce store:

WooCommerce Wishlist

Every shopper loves a good wishlist. Sometimes, they don’t have the money to afford the product right away, but want to keep it in their mind. Other times, they’re seeking a reliable way curate their decision-making.

With the WooCommerce Wishlist plugin, you can capture and maintain loyal customers and turn them into subscribers. This is because, to make a wishlist, you’ll have to enter your email address. This way, they’ll be able to access the items in their wish lists when they log into your site. One of the biggest advantages of having a Wish list is that you can prevent cart abandonment. If they haven’t checkout out, you can remind them of what’s in their Wish basket, and even send targeted deals to increase your chances of a conversion.

WP Optin Wheel

Giving your website visitors a fun game to look forward to is a great way to boost sales, and that’s exactly what the WP Optin Wheel does by using a classic game to create interaction between the consumer and the site. With the Optin Wheel, a user visits your site and sees a “Spin the Wheel” pop-up.  Before they play the game, they’ll enter their email address and click “Spin.”. You can also choose different verbiage to display here in the setting, such as “Play” or “Are You Lucky?”

Once they spin the wheel, they can win free products, get discounts, have access to exclusive e-books, and so much more. One of the best things this plugin is that it allows the site owner to decide the odds for the entire wheel, and the wheel itself comes equipped with several customization options. When you’re running an e-commerce business and the spinner has the chance of getting discounts, there’s no reason not to spin. As a result, businesses who use the plugin have reported subscriber increases of up to 200% after implementing it into their sites.

WooCommerce Subscriptions

Depending on where you’re at with your business, you might want to start a subscription-based service. With subscription-based products and services, you could pretty much guarantee how much money your business will make during any particular month, which means you’re able to capture more residual revenue. Plugins like WooCommerce Subscriptions make this easier than ever. Set up multiple billing schedules, send automatic email invoices and receipts, and take advantage of automatic rebilling on failed subscription payments.

WooBox

Starting a contest is a great way to encourage interaction, humanize your brand, and build brand awareness through social media. It also allows your business to educate consumers in a fun, informative way. But most importantly, it can help increase your sales, email subscriber lists, and social followers. For example, you might host a contest that asks subscribers how they’d use your product, and set your own rules for entering. You could get plenty of creative responses, and each social response also informs others about your contest

There are plenty of WordPress contest plugins, and WooBox is a solid option. With WooBox, you can set up giveaways, hashtag contests, and much more. The tool also comes equipped with ready-made campaigns for those that want to get started quickly. However, even the ready-made campaigns allow complete customization and branding control, and WooBox features a powerful analytics section where you can measure your results.

Beeketing

Beeketing is a powerful Woocommerce plugin with a comprehensive suite of features that allow you to make the most out of every sale. One of the plugins stronger functions is the ability to upsell and cross-sell. Upsell involves promoting similar, higher-priced products. For example, if you’re selling a homemade peppermint candle, Beeketing would automatically display its larger-sized version. On the other hand, cross-selling involves selling products that complement one another. In this example, it might meen showing the customer a branded lighter or incense.

Beeketing also allows you to set up parameters that power the suggested offerings. This means that the plugin will automatically suggest the product that YOU think is the best cross-sell or up-sell. Additionally, there are endless options for generating email pop-ups, discount codes, and coupons. Lastly, you’ll be able to generate product sliders that appear at the bottom of your product pages and on homepages, including:

  • Customers Who Bought This Also Bought
  • Best-Selling Products
  • Related Products
  • Recently Viewed

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