Do the Woo - A WooCommerce Podcast

Do the Woo - A WooCommerce Podcast

Conversations with WooCommerce community developers, designers and agencies who build websites, services and products for WooCommerce.

Episodes

July 30, 2021 3 min
WooCommerce 5.6.0 Beta 1, change in WooCommerce block support, download handling errors, Woo Blocks version support policy, what's next in Gutenberg and a year of FSE outreach.
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WooCommerce conversation around WordPress 5.8, Gutenberg, blocks, freelancing, the future of themes and a whole lot more
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July 23, 2021 5 min
The week news: Vulnerability Update on Woo 5.5, WooCommerce 5.6 Release Schedule, Yoast SEO eCommerce Course, Foo Events reaches milestone, security patch in WooCommerce Currency Switcher, WooCommerce Discontinued Plugin, Offermative AI Plugin and WordPress 5.8
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Adam does the Woo in many ways, from helping builders streamlined their processes to helping instill values with his kids by selling online.
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Listen in as Lisa and David give insights and perspectives when it comes to running an agency that builder Woo shops.
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Spencer has many opinions. But when he starts out a podcast by saying if there is one plugin you should marry, it's WooCommerce, you know the chat is going to be interesting.
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July 13, 2021 66 min
When it comes to the workings of WooCommerce support, Job shares everything you need to know.
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From the powers of cart abandonment solutions to a story about when one of your largest competitors closes their doors unexpectedly.
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A deep dive conversation with Jacob on his experience with WooCommerce and headless.
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As the founder of GoWP, one of the leading outsourcing businesses in the WordPress space, Brad Morrison has his finger on the pulse of what is transpiring with both WordPress and WooCommerce.
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Often the conversation of an acquisition comes from the owners. But this time around Laura shares her experiences and insights during what can be viewed as both an exciting and challenging time.
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Learn from two freelance pros insights and tips into working on WooCommerce projects and running a freelance business.
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Daisy has a long history in WordPress, loves educating the community and is an advocate of block themes.
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If you are interested in being part of the WooCommerce marketplace or you're just curious of what goes on behind the scenes, this show is for you.
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Learn how Jonathan's idea of an app store for WordPress focuses on the these three audiences: creators, extenders and hosting providers.
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If you are an extender for WooCommerce or WordPress, this chat on the new full site editor coming WordPress is for you.
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The Woo space found a lot of innovations by product makers and building online stores soar. On a quick development track, David Mainayar from PeachPay entered the space in the middle of it all.
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Zach Stepek is hosting a monthly event through our WooCommerce Community Builder Events that is aimed at helping you grow your WooCommerce coding skills.
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Listen in as they chat about market disruptions, business tools, client off hour expectations and the differentiators that set Woo apart from other ecommerce platforms.
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DJ's development skills with WooCommerce blend his willingness to learn quickly and deeply while giving his clients more empowerment over their site.
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