What’s New with WooCommerce

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As an online store owner, you’re not only responsible for your own files and order information – you’re responsible for customers’ personal data too. How can you keep this details safe and prevent them from falling into the wrong hands? Protect your store with our step-by-step guide to eCommerce security.

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Elevate the marketing power of HubSpot through integration with your WooCommerce store. Sync store data to HubSpot’s free CRM and grow your business the smart way through targeted emails, marketing automation, ads, and advanced analytics.Best WordPress hosting Australia 2020

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Fifth Avenue

A stylish block-powered theme designed for effortless customization. Showcase your brand’s unique style with eye-catching, configurable shop pages, widget areas, typography, and more. It’s the smart choice for fashion and apparel stores looking to make a splash.


Bite-sized updates

    • Brandon, Global Web Manager for a Swedish fishing apparel company, shares the tech stack he put together as the brand wades into direct-to-customer (DTC) sales. See how they’re using technology to hook new customers.
    • Upselling is a smart way to increase average order values by offering customers relevant products at the right time. Specify multiple conditions based on cart totals, products, or categories – no coding required.
    • You can now update product images, adjust product settings, and view and share products in v4.5 of the WooCommerce mobile app – out June 26th on Android and iOS. Manage your store from your pocket.
    • Last month, we began publicly testing a block-based cart and checkout experience. We’re excited to continue this progression with the release of WooCommerce Blocks 2.8 – a feature plugin loaded with even more cart and checkout block improvements. We encourage you to put them through their paces on a test environment or staging site.
    • Site backups are crucial in the event of a catastrophe – a hacked store, server failure, or accidentally deleting files (admit it, we’ve all done this one). Here’s how you can eliminate headaches when managing and restoring backups.

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