WP eStore is a revolutionary shopping cart plugin for users trying to sell digital and physical goods from their WordPress sites. Over the past few years this plugin has become very popular for providing user-friendly interface, flexible checkout system and order management. It comes with some ready-made product display templates which can make your store look amazing. And if you need any help with setting up the plugin the support staff will be there for you (they are awesome by the way).
When you first start a WordPress blog you should focus on how you can deliver great content to your users. As time goes by and you continue to build readers you can probably think about launching a membership system. With a membership system you can allow users to subscribe to your premium content which you spent a significant amount of time and resources to produce. But there is more to it. How can you make the content appealing to the users?
Many of us run WordPress sites where the content is based on audio. But sometimes you might come up with some great content which you are only willing to sell for a small price. In this tutorial I’m going to show you one of the quickest and easiest way to set up your WordPress blog to accept payments for your music/audio files.
Videos can significantly increase the importance of a WordPress post/page. It makes your content much more compelling to the users as well as the search engine crawler. Research has shown that users tend to spend more time on a webpage where the key concept is presented via videos. To be honest if I had to choose between a blog post where the content is too long (sort of like a written tutorial) and a video tutorial I would definitely be interested in the second option. That pretty much explains why video marketing has been so successful.
WP eStore has become a popular platform for selling digital/tangible products online. Most new/Advanced WordPress users love to set up their sites with eStore for its user-friendliness. Here is a quick overview of what you can do with this plugin: