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.
In this article we look into options to create your own quiz with WordPress, evaluating features and drawbacks. Then we walk through a setup of your own WordPress quiz plugin (using LearnDash). Furthermore, we check how to filter users based on quiz replies and pass ratio.
In this article we are going to compare the most popular WooCommerce payment gateways. We look into how they are implemented, and how they affect the checkout workflow. In addition, we investigate the advantages and disadvantages thus you can pick the best WooCommerce payment gateway for you.
In this article we are going to show you how WooCommerce stores the customer data in the database. We’ll go through the main WooCommerce database tables that are used in WordPress to store any customer related information. This includes data, such as name, order history and billing address.
In this article we’ll look into how to use WooCommerce to sell event tickets. For this we’ll use combination of plugins and features. The first step is understanding how each of our plugins fit into this WooCommerce events puzzle. Then we dive into how to set up our tickets and our store. And finally, we investigate how to create event attendee reports.