Hey guys. It’s @MartieDread here.
Today we are going to be covering 4 Woocommerce plugins that can significantly improve your store’s performance.
Woocommerce is in itself a very powerful e-commerce plugin, but with other plugins, your e-commerce store will be unstoppable!
4 Woocommerce Plugins to Improve Your Store:
Our first plugin in the list is a powerful metrics plugin for Woocommerce stores. Any online store should have complete and insightful data to know what you’re doing wrong or right.
With Metrilo, you’ll get three main features: cutting-edge e-commerce analytics, high-converting email marketing, and data about your customers.
These are just some of the metrics you’ll get with Metrilo:
- Revenue per visitor
- Conversion rates by device
- Average order value
- Checkout completion
- Cart abandonment rate
- Average number of orders per customer
- And more!
You can start for as low as $59/month depending on the number of visitors to your site. To install, just click “Plugin” in the left-hand sidebar in your dashboard, search for “Metrilo,” and click Install.
Promoting your website on social media takes a lot of time, but it’s not optional! To save time on social media marketing, Woo! Social Media Marketing by Around.io automates the whole process for you.
Once you sign up, you’ll get a dashboard with which you can connect your Woocommerce website. The product details will then be automatically copied right inside your dashboard to help you create social media posts around them.
You can create and schedule several social media posts, so you can do your whole social media marketing in one sitting right inside the Woo! SMM dashboard.
Once the plugin is installed in WordPress, look for “Around.io” in the left-hand sidebar, click it, and follow the instructions.
“The average shopping cart abandonment rate is as high as 69%.” – Baymard.com
A 69% abandonment rate means that more than 69 out of 100 potential customers are leaving without placing their orders.
That’s a lot! Now if you want to get back at least 30% of that lost 69%, then Abandoned Cart Lite is for you.
Abandoned Cart for Woocommerce has a Lite and Pro version. The Lite version allows you to do the following:
- Help customers recover their abandoned carts in one click.
- Capture abandoned guest carts if the guest user entered an email address before abandoning the cart.
- Get a notification ones an order is recovered.
- Create email templates to be automatically sent at intervals that you set – as early as 1 hour after the cart is abandoned.
- See the Abandoned Orders info, including the abandoned products.
- And more.
Naturally, the Pro version, which costs $119 for a one-year license, offers more features such as your very own dashboard and a list of sent and opened emails.
But if you’re just starting out, it’s best to start with the Lite version.
Once the plugin is installed, you should be able to see an added “Abandoned Cart” option under “Woocommerce.”
Lastly, Woocommerce Google Feed Manager is a free plugin that lets you create something like this:
That’s called a Google product feed which users can see once searching for a product. Getting something like that of your own means more traffic for your store.
Before using this plugin, you first need to set up an account in Google Merchant. The plugin will then automatically sync your feed (which you can create in your WordPress dashboard), making the whole process a lot easier.
Once the plugin is installed in WordPress, look for “Feed Manager” at the left-hand sidebar. Click that, and you should see a list of your feeds and a place to add new feeds.
When adding a new feed, make sure the channel is “Google Merchant.”
There we have it! Those are the 4 amazing Woocommerce plugins that should power up your marketing efforts and get more revenue if used right.
These plugins also come with a supportive customer service, so you’ll get help when you need it. And of course, I’m always here to help you out with any WordPress questions!
That’s about it for today. Know any other powerful Woocommerce plugins? Share it in the comments below.
Until Next Time,
PS. Aside from these plugins, your store will also benefit from WordPress SEO plugins. Read about the 8 best SEO plugins for WordPress here.