Search Results for ‘ecommerce

  • Sharon A. Dawson: From Amazon to WordPress - Creating Your Own eCommerce Site

    Sharon A. Dawson: From Amazon to WordPress – Creating Your Own eCommerce Site

    WordCamp Raleigh 2017Speaker: Sharon A. Dawson

    May 26, 2017 — Promoting your physical products on Shopify, Etsy, or Amazon can be convenient, but expensive since those sites take a cut of your profits. By switching to WordPress to promote your products, you can drive more customers to your brand and keep more of your profits.

    During this session, you’ll learn:

    – The basics of setting up eCommerce on your WordPress site
    – Things to consider when setting up a new eCommerce store
    – Popular themes to use to quickly make an attractive online store
    – How to promote your site to existing customers from Shopify, Etsy, or Amazon
    – Creating feeds for Google shopping
    – How to draw traffic to your site via social media

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  • Ecommerce Q&A: Making More Money And Avoiding Mistakes

    Ecommerce Q&A: Making More Money And Avoiding Mistakes

    WordCamp Miami 2017Speakers: Andrew Wikel, Bradley Cummins, Chris Christoff, Patrick Rauland

    May 14, 2017 — Learn the hidden tips, tricks and best practices about how to make more money and avoid mistakes with your eCommerce stores, directly from the people who made them.

    Although focus is on WordPress platform users this talk if for anyone who uses an eCommerce platform, even if its not WordPress (Shopify, SquareSpace, etc.) and that can generally benefit from the experiences and lessons from the panelists.

  • Zach Stepek: eCommerce Speed Demon - How To Break The Speed Barrier

    Zach Stepek: eCommerce Speed Demon – How To Break The Speed Barrier

    WordCamp Nashville 2016Speaker: Zach Stepek

    March 18, 2017 — In eCommerce, speed is your most important metric. Mere milliseconds can mean the difference between a sale and an abandoned cart, which could mean millions of dollars in lost sales. I’ve spent a good portion of the last three years in pursuit of page speed, exploring caching, virtual machines, hosting platforms, SSL negotiation time, CSS preprocessing, minification, inline styles and WooCommerce optimizations with the goal of sub-one second pageloads. Using real-world examples, I’ll show you the results I’ve been able to achieve and how to replicate them yourself.

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  • Andrew Wikel: Ecommerce Fundamentals

    Andrew Wikel: Ecommerce Fundamentals

    WordCamp Ann Arbor 2016Speaker: Andrew Wikel

    December 14, 2016 — Andrew Wikel answers audience questions and provides advice for those interested in getting started with ecommerce.

  • Joel Bronkowski: MultiChannel eCommerce  - The Many Ways To Sell with WordPress

    Joel Bronkowski: MultiChannel eCommerce – The Many Ways To Sell with WordPress

    WordCamp Nederland 2016Speaker: Joel Bronkowski

    November 11, 2016 — The world of eCommerce is in constant change and flux. It’s never been easier or more affordable to sell online. I will be discussing the various methods of selling online using WordPress and how to using new plugins and services WordPress can be utilized as a sales channel alongside social networks, marketplaces, and POS. If you are interested in understanding the future of eCommerce and the role WordPress can play in this space then come pop in my talk.

  • Pippin Williamson and Caleb Burks: eCommerce Town Hall

    Pippin Williamson and Caleb Burks: eCommerce Town Hall

    WordCamp Denver 2016Speakers: Pippin Williamson, Caleb Burks

    November 9, 2016 — Building a WordPress site is one thing – turning that site into a revenue-generating machine is another. The town hall format allowed attendees to ask the speaker a number of questions on a specific topic. Here is an hour of eCommerce question and answer.

  • Kenn Kelly: eCommerce Going Into 2017

    Kenn Kelly: eCommerce Going Into 2017

    WordCamp Denver 2016Speaker: Kenn Kelly

    November 7, 2016 — Whether you develop or run a digital or physical eCommerce business and are doing memberships, subscriptions or simple products this talk will cover it all. Get prepared for the holiday season and 2017 with the latest to make the most of your WordPress eCommerce site.

  • Kate Newbill: Do You Really Need a 3-lb Pocket Knife? Choosing The Best Ecommerce Solution For Your Site.

    Kate Newbill: Do You Really Need a 3-lb Pocket Knife? Choosing The Best Ecommerce Solution For Your Site.

    WordCamp Birmingham 2016Speaker: Kate Newbill

    November 3, 2016 — The biggest and best-known ecommerce solution for WordPress does everything. It’s flexible, extendable, and almost infinitely configurable. It’s a Swiss Army Knife with 276 blades. But if all you need is a bottle opener, do you really need to walk around with a 2kg knife in your pocket?

    We’ll talk about the things you need to consider when choosing an ecommerce solution. I’ll give you a list of questions to help you decide. And we’ll discuss some of the available WordPress ecommerce products so you can make an informed decision.

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  • Erin Boeger: Why Not Turn Your WordPress Site Into a Multinational eCommerce Platform / WordPress のサイトを多国籍のECプラットフォームにしてみよう

    Erin Boeger: Why Not Turn Your WordPress Site Into a Multinational eCommerce Platform / WordPress のサイトを多国籍のECプラットフォームにしてみよう

    WordCamp Tokyo 2016Speaker: Erin Boeger

    September 26, 2016 — – Untold stories by Asia’s growing online payment gateway –

    Omise Payment is one of Asia’s leading payment gateways, and the service that is now available in Japan and Thailand, and will be available in Singapore, and Indonesia by the end of the year.

    As the borderless payment startup’s senior full-stack developer, Erin Boeger will talk about the reasons why Omise Payment decided to collaborate with WooCommerce.

    The talk also gives you ideas about how engineers knowledgeable about WordPress/WooCommerce can enter into the growing eCommerce markets of Southeast Asia.

    ~ アジアで成長するオンラインペイメントゲートウェイの新しい物語 ~

    Omise Payment は、アジアを代表的なペイメントゲートウェイです。現在日本とタイ王国で利用可能で、年内にはシンガポールとインドネシアでも使えるようになります。国境を越える決済に取り組むスタートアップ企業のシニア・フルスタック開発者としての立場から、Omise Payment がなぜWooCommerce とコラボレーションする道を選択したのかについてお話します。

    このセッションを通じて、WordPress や WooCommerce に精通するエンジニアが、どのようにして東南アジアの越境ECのマーケットに関わることができるかについてのヒントも得られます。

  • Kate Newbill: Do You Really Need a 2 kg Pocket Knife? Choosing the Best Ecommerce Solution for Your Site

    Kate Newbill: Do You Really Need a 2 kg Pocket Knife? Choosing the Best Ecommerce Solution for Your Site

    WordCamp Atlanta 2016Speaker: Kate Newbill

    April 23, 2016 — The biggest and best-known ecommerce solution for WordPress does everything. It’s flexible, extendable, and almost infinitely configurable. It’s a Swiss Army Knife with 276 blades. But if all you need is a bottle opener, do you really need to walk around with a 2kg knife in your pocket?

    We’ll talk about the things you need to consider when choosing an ecommerce solution. I’ll give you a list of questions to help you decide. And we’ll discuss some of the available WordPress ecommerce products so you can make an informed decision.

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