‘E-commerce’ Videos

  • Patrick Rauland: Sell All the Things

    Patrick Rauland: Sell All the Things

    WordCamp Albuquerque 2016Speaker: Patrick Rauland

    June 8, 2016 — With the power of open-source you can do just about anything with your WordPress site which means you can *sell* just about anything. I’ll be walking through how you can sell all the things. Physical products, digital products, subscriptions, bookable products, configurable products, donations, etc are all possible with your WordPress site. I’ll cover WordPress plugins, 3rd party services, and some best practices for building an e-commerce site.

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  • 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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  • Andrew Wikel: Gaining (and not betraying) User Trust in e-Commerce

    Andrew Wikel: Gaining (and not betraying) User Trust in e-Commerce

    WordCamp Toronto 2015Speaker: Andrew Wikel

    January 13, 2016 — In this session, we will be going over how to design and secure your site, so that your users trust your site (and you), and then teach you some basics on how to make sure that you aren’t betraying that trust.

    We will cover some thoughts on why users trust what they do, and then some practical things that you (as the shop owner) can implement to keep your visitors’ info safe and secure, as well as convey that to your customers.

    Learning Outcomes:

    The user that attends this session should walk away with an understanding of the importance of gaining your user’s trust in e-commerce, and then various ways to help grow that, as well as make sure that you don’t betray their trust.

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  • Digambar Pradhan: Woocommerce - An E-Commerce Solution for WordPress

    Digambar Pradhan: Woocommerce – An E-Commerce Solution for WordPress

    WordCamp Nepal 2015Speaker: Digambar Pradhan

    December 28, 2015 — Digambar Pradhan WordPress developer at Web Experts Nepal, he gave a presentation on Woocommerce: An E-Commerce Solution for WordPress. The areas covered in the presentation are:
    1) Introduction to E-Commerce for WordPress and WooCommerce as a solution for WordPress.
    2) The Basics of WooCommerce.
    3) Extending WooCommerce to meet your needs.

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  • Andrew Wikel: Gaining (and not betraying) User Trust in e-Commerce

    Andrew Wikel: Gaining (and not betraying) User Trust in e-Commerce

    WordCamp NYC 2015Speaker: Andrew Wikel

    December 27, 2015 — In this session, we will be going over how to design and secure your site, so that your users trust your site (and you), and then teach you some basics on how to make sure that you aren’t betraying that trust.
    We will cover some thoughts on why users trust what they do, and then some practical things that you (as the shop owner) can implement to keep your visitors’ info safe and secure, as well as convey that to your customers.

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  • Niklas Högefjord and Peter Elmered: The Woo Whisperer – Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless E-Commerce Store

    Niklas Högefjord and Peter Elmered: The Woo Whisperer – Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless E-Commerce Store

    WordCamp Norrköping 2015Speakers: Niklas Högefjord, Peter Elmered

    October 9, 2015 — WooCommerce is a popular and powerful e-commerce platform, but it adds an advanced layer to your WordPress-powered website. Keeping the installation up to date requires more of you as the administrator than a blog or a basic website does. In this presentation, we give you practical tips and advice on how to build an online store that works well and will function over time.

    The presentation is intended for those who have basic knowledge of WooCommerce and want to learn more about how to build an online store according to current recommendations. You don’t need to be an advanced developer to keep up with the examples we will go through.

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  • Cristiano Zanca: WooCommerce prova su strada
  • Kate Newbill: Do You *Really* Need a 2kg Pocket Knife? Choosing the Best Ecommerce Solution for your Site

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

    WordCamp Montréal 2015Speaker: Kate Newbill

    September 12, 2015 — 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.

    Prerequisites:
    This talk is aimed toward business owners who need to add ecommerce to their sites and toward WordPress consultants (designers/developers) who wish to help their clients make the best decisions on ecommerce solutions. No coding knowledge is required.

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  • Élise Desaulniers : 10 façons de vendre avec WordPress

    Élise Desaulniers : 10 façons de vendre avec WordPress

    WordCamp Montréal 2014Speaker: Élise Desaulniers

    August 21, 2015 — Du simple bouton Paypal aux fonctions avancées de WooCommerce en passant par l’intégration d’une boutique Shopify avec WordPress.com, il existe de nombreuses de façons de vendre en-ligne avec WordPress. Nous présenterons des options très simples accessibles à tous et d’autres un peu plus complexes avec des exemples concrets pour chacune. Nous parlerons aussi des passerelles de paiement, de l’expédition, de la gestion des stocks, de petits détails qu’on a tendance à oublier et des erreurs qu’on a faites et qu’on veut vous éviter.

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  • Tom Shapiro: The Neuroscience of Increasing Website Conversions

    Tom Shapiro: The Neuroscience of Increasing Website Conversions

    WordCamp Providence 2014Speaker: Tom Shapiro

    August 5, 2015 — Learn how to leverage psychology in boosting conversion rates on your WordPress website. What makes a site visitor click? What makes a site visitor frustrated and leave? In this session, you’ll uncover key insights into the intersection of human psychology and user experience (UX) and learn to tap into your site visitors’ subconscious to spur them into action.

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