As a business owner, the tools you use for customer communication and lead generation are of paramount importance. While chatbots and email may be helpful, they’re not always the most convenient option.
That’s where Podium Webchat comes in. With this all-in-one messaging platform, your customers and prospects can contact you or ask a question directly on your website. Then, with a simple click, the inquiry can immediately move to a text conversation.
In this post, we’ll briefly discuss the importance of choosing the right messaging platform and introduce you to unique features and benefits of Podium. Then we’ll walk you through the quick and simple process for setting it up on your site. Let’s get started!
The Importance of a Convenient Messaging Platform
When it comes to building customer relationships and nurturing leads, communication is key. This is why it’s important to make sure you’re leveraging the most efficient
Interactive images area great way to help take your website to the next level. They can be used in a variety of ways – many of which you might not have even thought of! Let’s take a look at some case studies:
You own a shop/supply products
If you’re in the business of selling products, you can use interactive images to highlight parts of your product to give further details on each area’s function. You can also highlight your products in action! Think of construction systems – you can show how your products can interact with buildings and provide additional data to potential clients.
You work in real estate
Real estate websites often show interior layouts and plans. With interactive images, you can allow the user to hover over individual rooms to access further information such as area and use.
You’re planning an event
Guide your guests by using
Zoom is a useful tool that makes connecting with customers around the world easier. However, selling tickets to Zoom webinars and virtual events is a lot easier with the WP Event Manager Zoom plugin.
As the official add-on of the popular event management plugin WP Event Manager, it offers an easy way to sell tickets to your Zoom meetings. The plugin integrates seamlessly with WooCommerce, as well as the Sell Tickets and Registration extensions to provide an all-in-one solution for selling and managing online events.
In this post, we’ll explain how the WP Event Manager Zoom plugin works as a standalone with WP Event Manager and WooCommerce, as well as the Sell Tickets and Registration add-ons. Let’s get started!
How WP Event Manager Zoom Works with WooCommerce
WP Event Manager Zoom is a standalone plugin that works with WooCommerce to seamlessly integrate your Zoom accounts with your website:
WordPress is a popular content management system that enables you to design sites without using code or with minimal usage of code. You can do that by installing themes that come with ready-made designs, and download plugins that add features to your site.
Most WordPress themes come with a built-in responsive design, which adapts your site to the screen size and device specifications of your users. However, sometimes themes become buggy, images are not displayed properly, and then you need to troubleshoot responsive default settings.
Additionally, if you change the default theme, you might encounter issues with responsive images. Understanding how responsive images work in WordPress can help you understand the source of the issue and apply the correct fix.
What Are Responsive Images?
Responsive images are images that are served to a user according to their screen size and device specifications. For example, a high-resolution image sent
IAKPress is a brand new WordPress plugin that helps you build forms, quizzes, galleries, and more. It can also help you create and manage custom post types and taxonomies, which lets you unlock WordPress’ power as a full content management system.
Whether you’re migrating from one system to another, or need to keep your orders up to date, you’re probably looking for a simple solution to import your data into your online shop. WP All Import is great at just that. It lets you import pretty much any data to your WordPress store.
Throughout the past few weeks, we’ve been taking a deep dive into how you can use this plugin to help you maintain your store by importing WooCommerce products and WooCommerce customers to your site.
In this post, I’ll be taking you through a step-by-step process of how you can successfully import your WooCommerce orders efficiently.
For the purpose of this guide, it is ideal for you to have your products and customers already set up.
Create a new WooCommerce order import
WP All Import allows three ways of uploading your data from XML or CSV files: