Today we’ll look into how to setup and use WooCommerce for recurring payments. From Netflix to Amazon Prime, many companies are shifting their business model towards subscription-based fees. Even if you sell products for a flat fee, recurring billing is a great way to guarantee a steady income. Often online businesses sell discounts, premium memberships, courses or even product packages via subscriptions.
In this article, we’ll show you how to create a WooCommerce customer login shortcode. There are some technical aspects that are covered, as well as how it can be applied in your site. In addition, we’ll look into error handling, to make sure it doesn’t break your site in case WooCommerce is disabled.
Today we’ll take a deep dive into how to create WordPress users programmatically. Throughout this article, we look into how to use the
wp_insert_user() functions. In addition, we’ll compare them and find out where to use each WordPress user function. Furthermore, we’ll explore how to create users with user meta.
On the path to a great online business you need to evaluate a lot of metrics. Quite often you may face yourself with questions regarding future customer base size or even cash flow projections. But you can only predict the future when you know the current state of things. Surely, you can simply look at your customer base growth rate, but is that enough?
In this article we’ll learn how to create surveys in WordPress to collect and analyse user feedback. For this we’ll use Gravity Forms as WordPress survey plugin as well as Users Insights to analyse the data collected with the survey and get some valuable insights.
Today we look into how to use WordPress login redirect tools for custom logged in pages. We investigate how and why we should create custom user interactions and redirect to custom pages after login. In addition, we see some code examples of how to implement this in your site. Then we dive into how to measure the impact of this change.
There are quite a few different functions to load users in WordPress. Our goal for this guide is to explore the main WordPress functions that load user data. We’ll look into their structure, advantages, and main use cases. After this, we’ll explore a plugin option to load users with no custom code.
Today we look into how to measure customer success. First, we investigate the different definitions that customer success can have. Then we go over different metrics you can use for your own business. Next, we dive into how to implement these metrics. And finally, we learn how to process your metrics and how to turn this data into actions.