• WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Customer ReportsWoocommerce
    Customers are the backbone for any business especially when you run an online store. As in this case the contact with your customers is a virtual one so, it's critical to be able to monitor, track and reward your customers. To do that it is important for online store owners to keep a strict tab on their customers' activities who visit their store and purchase items. WooCommerce provides online store owners with pretty amazing reports option in ref to their customers which is the topic of my today's article where I plan to explain the section of Customers reports. So, let's get started.Read More…
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    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Order Reports - Part 4Woocommerce
    So far in this series, out of four I have discussed the first three sub-sections which an online store owner finds in the Orders reports. The fourth and last option deals with the reports which are categorized on the basis of Coupons by date. By now I am sure you must be familiar with the importance of coupons in any e-commerce business. Broadly speaking, on one side coupons can be termed as a good way to reward your customers but from a store owner's perspective coupons can be a source of loss for him as he is selling the product at a discounted rate. The fact is that considering their importance, WooCommerce has reserved an entire section of reports for the coupons separately. This section can prove helpful to sum up the benefits and overall results certain coupon based promotions brought to your business So, let's begin with the details that can be viewed here. Read More…
  • OpenCart
    Building a Product CSV Import Tool in OpenCart - Part 1Opencart
    Suppose you have a list of products for your store which prices needs to be updated on site. But you hate manual jobs? You want a solution where you can directly import that list and all of your products & prices are updated in just a few clicks.Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Order Reports - Part 3Woocommerce
    The first tab of reports in WooCommerce is for the "Orders" which an online store owner receives during a particular duration of time. This section is further divided into four sub-sections which provides a store owner with more and well refined filtered results. Of these four, I discussed the first two sub-sections (i.e. Sales by date & Sales by product) in my last two articles. So today, I will explain the details and functioning of the third part of Order reports which is Sales by category. Read More…
  • Magento
    Set Up Scheduled Tasks in MagentoMagento
    Magento, being one of the most popular e­-commerce frameworks, provides plenty of catalog features and other utilities which set it apart from its rivals. Today, we're going to discuss one of the useful features, scheduled tasks for Windows, or cron in Linux terminology. We'll create a custom module to create a demo custom cron-job task which will run at regular intervals.Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Order Reports, Part 2Woocommerce
    In the previous article of this WooCommerce beginners guide, you learnt how to read the reports in the first sub-section of Order reports, i.e. Sale by Date. This section as we know is further divided into four sub-sections, which are Sales by date, Sales by product, Sales by category, and Coupons by date. Today let's take a look at the sub-section of Sales by product.Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Order Reports - Part 1Woocommerce
    In my previous article I gave an introduction to reports section in WooCommerce with which online store owners can monitor their store's performance. These reports keep you well informed and aligned with all the eCommerce activities of your store. In WooCommerce you will find reports categorically divided into various sections. These sections deal with the reports of orders, customers, stock & taxes. So in my today's article I will kick off with the section of Order reports.Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: An Introduction to ReportsWoocommerce
    Whenever a person enters into any sort of online business, one of the biggest concerns which haunts one the most is how will he keep a record of all the activities which are underway. Record keeping is important to eCommerce store owners, as in they need to be able to predict and steer future of their business through these records and reports. Such people always look for apps or frameworks which will monitor all their business transactions and activities. So far in this series I have discussed the versatility of WooCommerce that how you can convert any ordinary website into a full-fledged online store within minutes. Now I intend to explain how WooCommerce helps you convert your business and up your game by awesome set of reports. Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Adding Coupons Usage LimitsWoocommerce
    In my previous articles I explained in detail how to add coupons in WooCommerce and how one can configure coupons usage restrictions. After the two tabs/sections of General and Usage Restrictions, today, I will be discussing the last section of settings which needs to be configured before any online store owner publishes a new coupon i.e. Usage Limits. Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Adding Coupons—Usage Restriction Part 3Woocommerce
    In the previous article I covered the settings of the Products and Exclude products options, which online store owners find at the time of creating a coupon in WooCommerce. These settings reside in the Usage Restriction section/tab, where the last three options are Product categories, Exclude categories, and Email restrictions. These three options are what we going to configure today. Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Adding Coupons—Usage Restriction Part 2 Woocommerce
    In my previous article I discussed the configuration of the first three options in the section of Usage Restriction for coupons in WooCommerce, i.e. "Minimum spend", "Individual use only" and "Exclude sale items". These options allow online store owners to include some additional functionalities and checks in the coupons. However, this section includes several other settings, which are "Products" and "Exclude Products". Let's discuss these options today.Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Adding Coupons—Usage Restriction Part 1 Woocommerce
    In my previous two articles I discussed what coupons are, the different discount types for coupons that are offered in WooCommerce, and how online store owners can configure the General settings at the time of creating new coupons. So let's start off with the next tab in Coupons Data in the list, i.e. Usage Restriction. Read More…