Conversion Rate Optimization in WordPress: It’s Not That Simple

It doesn’t matter if your WordPress site sells digital products, physical inventory, subscribable services, or something else entirely. If your site was built for the purposes of selling something, then you should be making sales from it. In terms of what a good revenue baseline is for a WordPress site, or even what percentage of […] View original post at …

13 Things Every eCommerce Product Page Needs for More Conversions

Estimates put 2017’s ecommerce sales total at $452 billion. With so much money being pumped into online retail, I think it’s time we take a look at how to design ecommerce websites for conversions. While some basic conversion tips for WordPress sites do apply here, an ecommerce site typically doesn’t play by the same rules […] View original post at …

6 Plugins for Accepting Bitcoin on Your WordPress Site

Are you planning to accept payments on your WordPress site? Then you’ve probably already considered the usual eCommerce payment gateway suspects. With 79% of Americans shopping online, it makes sense to turn to the most popular—and trusted—forms of payment to support your site’s conversion process. But what about cryptocurrency? Currently, only about 1.5% of Americans […] View original post at …

WP eCommerce 3.11.4 Patches SQL Injection Vulnerability

Over the weekend, the WP eCommerce team released version 3.11.4 of its e-commerce plugin. The update patches an SQL injection vulnerability that was responsibly disclosed by Mika Epstein, a member of the WordPress.org plugin review team. According to Justin Sainton, lead developer of WP eCommerce, the team was notified of the vulnerability on November 11th and patched within an hour. The update was …