‘eCommerce’ Videos

  • Alex Christensen: Plugins Part 2 - Ecommerce

    Alex Christensen: Plugins Part 2 – Ecommerce

    WordCamp Sacramento 2015Speaker: Alex Christensen

    January 8, 2016 — How to effectively start an ecommerce website with WordPress by selecting the correct shopping cart solution to keep your business focused on the foundations before expanding.

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  • Scott Bolinger: Selling WordPress Products

    Scott Bolinger: Selling WordPress Products

    WordCamp Orange County 2015Speaker: Scott Bolinger

    January 7, 2016 — I’ve been focused on selling WordPress products for almost 5 years now. I started out selling themes, last year my company AppPresser grew from 0 to $30k/mo. I recently released a SaaS product that has had a steep learning curve. Join me and learn about the ups and downs of selling WordPress products.

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  • Tom Ransom: Gone in 900 Seconds

    Tom Ransom: Gone in 900 Seconds

    WC NYC 2015Speaker: Tom Ransom

    December 14, 2015 — You can stand in line at the store or stand in line online to get your hands on this “hot” New York pastry. This session will discuss the lessons learned in building an ecommerce site for James Beard Award-winning Chef Dominique Ansel’s Cronut. Learn how WordPress stands up to the crowds when we sell out of hundreds of pastries within 15 minutes every Monday morning. We’ll discuss things to consider when planning an ecommerce site and things we failed to consider until we were faced with overwhelming demand.

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  • Patrick Rauland: E-Commerce in 2015

    Patrick Rauland: E-Commerce in 2015

    WordCamp US 2015Speaker: Patrick Rauland

    December 11, 2015 — What’s going on with e-commerce. How hard is it to set up a store? What needs to go into a store? Is it mostly technical knowledge, marketing, or product knowledge? What are the WordPress options and how do they differ from some of the bigger hosted services on the market?

  • Bernat Torras: Empieza a vender! Creación de una tienda online multiidioma

    Bernat Torras: Empieza a vender! Creación de una tienda online multiidioma

    WordCamp Barcelona 2015Speaker: Bernat Torras

    December 8, 2015 — ¿Quieres crear una tienda online pero no sabes si WordPress es la mejor opción? No te preocupes! En esta charla vamos a ver como crear una tienda online con WordPress que se ajuste a todas nuestras necesidades y nos permita dar el salto para empezar a vender de forma global. Revisaremos las distintas posibilidades y los plugins necesarios para crear una tienda online con diferentes clases de productos, múltiples divisas y varios idiomas.

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  • Maciej Pilarski: Going Global – Introduction & Benefits of Multilingual WooCommerce using WPML Plugin

    Maciej Pilarski: Going Global – Introduction & Benefits of Multilingual WooCommerce using WPML Plugin

    WordCamp Kansai 2015Speaker: Maciej Pilarski

    December 2, 2015 — WPML は、個人のサイト、コーポレートのサイトを多言語化するための WordPress プラグインです。
    WooCommerce は大小の EC サイト制作のための、最も人気のあるプラグインのひとつです。


    WPML is a WordPress Multilingual Plugin powering personal and corporate sites alike. WooCommerce is one of the most popular open source e-commerce plugins for small to large-scale online merchants using WordPress.

    In my presentation, I will share tips on how to easily and quickly create multilingual stores using WordPress, WooCommerce, WPML and WooCommerce Multilingual plugin.

    Part of the talk will include the benefits of going global, its impact to your online shops, web services and how you can globalize your business in minutes.

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  • Joel Bronkowski: WordPress and eCommerce - Past, Present and Future

    Joel Bronkowski: WordPress and eCommerce – Past, Present and Future

    WordCamp Philly 2015Speaker: Joel Bronkowski

    November 2, 2015 — In this talk I discuss the emergence and popularity of WordPress + eCommerce and how it has quickly become the most popular way to sell online. From a general perspective I will discuss the drivers of this growth and how the community and stakeholders have taken WordPress eCommerce to the next level. From my role at WooCommerce I will discuss some of the lessons we’ve learned in looking at growth data and share some of the issues and perceptions which need to change to promote future adoption of WordPress + eCommerce at the enterprise level.


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