After set up your WordPress sit, you need to get an eCommerce hosting with a provider you can trust. There are 3 choices that i think are suitable for WooCommerce: 1. SiteGround 2. Bluehost 3. Flywheel Easy Start WooCommerce Read more…
Today, we will start with website setup in Part 2 tutorial : Domain and Hosting.
Domain Name = Your Home AddressA company name with a non-matching domain name is a disaster for your business. So in order to have exact business name plus dot-com or other TLD extensions, you have to buy a domain name as soon as possible. There are some popular domain name registrar out there that you may give them a try:
1. Namecheap (.com from $10.98) 2. Godaddy (.com from $12.17) 3. Google Domains (.com from $12)
This series "WooCommerce Beginner Handbook" is for WordPress and WooCommerce beginner. I will provide you with tutorials and guides to build your online store in 10 days. And today, we will start with a look at Day 1 tutorial : Pick a name.
How-to Name Your Business What's in a name? It should not only mean a lot to you, but it should be meaningful to your audience too. There are 3 golden rules when picking your business name: 1. Easy to pronounce and remember 2. Combination of words for key business 3. Domain availabilityUsually domain name is your business name or brand itself + .com extension. (more…)
According recent survey from W3Techs, WordPress have powered 30% websites from entire Web, regardless of whether a website uses a content management system (CMS) or not. When starting a new WordPress website, there are some popular plugins for you to get your site running smooth and fast. Here are the top 10 list for WordPress plugins: (more…)