Posts Tagged ‘store’

6 new WooCommerce extensions released by the WooThemes team

Friday, May 24th, 2013

WooThemes team has announced the launch of 6 new WooCommerce extensions, 4 of them are payment gateways, such as PayUTurkey which is a Turkish payment gateway.  These extensions are as follows:

  1. Pin Payments Payment Gateway :  Allows you to use Australian-based Pin Payments as a credit card processor without a bank merchant account.
  2. PayEx Payment Gateway : an extension to WooCommerce plugin, it gives you the option to allow people to make payment by entering their credit card and bank account details.
  3. PayU Turkey : Take payments on your WooCommerce store via PayU Turkey.
  4. PDF Product Vouchers : perfect for customizing and creating downloadable PDF vouchers for products
  5. Sage Payments USA : Give your customers the option to pay via Sage Payments USA at your WooCommerce store.
  6. Minimum Advertised Price : Show a minimum advertised price until the customer takes action

There is also an update to Product-Add Ons 2.0 & CSV Import Suite 1.3.


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WooCommerce Superstore theme

Friday, April 26th, 2013

WooCommerce Suerstore theme is an eCommerce theme with a mobile and tablet friendly adaptive layout and a variety of unique features.

  • It  has a really powerful admin panel
  • Unlimited scrolling through the products page
  • Featured slider
  • Custom widgets, styling options
  • Informative footer
  • Business page template
  • Integrates Features by WooThemes
  • Integrates Testimonials by WooThemes

Here is a picture of this theme:

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Damp Streetwear and the reasons to go for online business

Sunday, April 14th, 2013

Damp Streetwear is a retail shop that has recently discovered the power of online business and how it can improve their sales. Damp Streetwear is owned by Matt Dampney, he is the founder of cutting edge clothing brand and also owns a design studio in Australia. Matt Dampney has decided to start the online retailing for the clothing side of his business, this is to increase his sales and reduce the costs of running a business on the street such as shop rental.

Matt says his business used to pay between $20,000-50,000 annually for the cost of shop rental which is very expensive. This was before he found out about the idea of online business, which gave him a substantial opportunity to expand and market his business.

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