One of the most important things while running an ecommerce business is to show the right product to the right audience. In practice this can be a quite hard task as it is very hard two know what products is the most appropriate to what customer.
Today, we look into how you can find customers who asked for a refund in your WooCommerce store. We investigate how this information can be useful in identifying problems in your products and services. In addition, we discuss different options to create and automate WooCommerce refund reports, so you can use them to regain customers.
In this tutorial we will show you how to add, edit and retrieve WordPress user meta data associated with a particular user in to your WordPress admin area of your site using custom fields.
In this guide we’ll dive deep into Ultimate Member custom fields. We look into how to create them on your site, and how you can use them for better user interactions. In addition, we investigate how these fields are stored in the database and how you can access these fields data.
In this article we dive into how to create a WordPress business directory. There are many paths to follow and options to consider. Thus, this guide shows a few options in terms of how to build a business directory using plugins and well focus on creating a private one instead of a public one.
If you are running a WordPress website that has more than a dozen users, you have probably at some point wondered if there is a better way to manage and organize your WordPress users. In this guide our goal is to put together an advanced user management guide, with tools and tips on how to improve your WordPress user management and organization.
When it comes to e-commerce, usually we think of online retail stores. But the truth is, we can sell anything online including services. In this article we’ll look into how to use WooCommerce for selfing services. We check the different business models of service companies, and what you can use to level up your WooCommerce site.
In this article we are going to show you how you can check your users’ login history in WordPress by using different methods. To achieve this we’re not going to use any custom code. We are only going to use an combination of Users Insights and WordPress to track your user logins history.