I'm sure you've seen websites that greet you with pop-ups of messenger windows, "Live Chat Now" buttons, or customer service with chat-bots. Facebook pages makes it easy to integrate your existing messaging with your website. These instructions assume you have already setup your page, logged in, and are looking at the main page menu.
Complete the pages of the setup wizard. You can make changes to Language, Greetings, Colors, and Position. The last page of the setup has a field to input the address of your site, as well as the code to copy.
Make sure to fill in your website domain properly, Select "Email instructions on how to add code". Fill in the recipients email address to send the results to your web developer
Categories are a way of grouping products that have shared characteristics. You can have subcategories inside of main categories. An example of this might be the 3 categories "Tools", "Hardware", and "Clothing". Inside of the "Tools" category you could have 3 subcategories "Power Tools", "Hand Tools", and "Automotive".
Tags are a simpler way of showing products that relate to one another. You can't nest tags inside of each other like you can for categories. An example of a item tag could be "New Item" or "Featured Item"
Attributes are a way of assigning items custom properties that allow for searching and sorting. A store manager can make unique attributes that provide additional information about the products. Examples of custom attributes are "Size", "Color",
1. Select "Products" from left hand menu, select "Add New"
2. Fill in the "Product Name" field. The large text field below is for the full Item Description. It's best not to add images here.
3. Enter the "Regular Price" in the General tab of the Product Data window. Additional tabs can be found for "Inventory", "Shipping", "Linked Products", and "Attributes"
4. Enter "Product Short Description" in the bottom field. A short summary/preview of the item description.
Here you will find windows to Save/Publish, Set Product Categories, Product Tags, as well as the Main "Product Image" and additional "Product Gallery" images. Additional Information on WooCommerce Tags, Categories, and Attributes.
What people first see when they reach your site. It is a great place to include a logo, company colors, and other branding.
A brief description of the individual or organization. Let people know who you are and what you do. List your physical address.
Short for "Web-log" and contains posts written by the owner of the website, or people writing on their behalf. Great for Search Engine Optimization.
Let people know what services or products you provide. It is more of a summary than a full blown Online Store.
E-commerce. This is where your customers can buy your product. Shopping carts and checkout systems, processing online payments.
A place to demonstrate your skills, services and products. Show potential clients and customers what you can do for them.
8. Let others sing their praises. May include reviews from Google and feeds from social media.
Help for your users. FAQ's can be updated to answer the most common questions, and help lighten the load of customer service.
How to get ahold of you. Email, Phone, Social Media, Mailing Address. Contact forms help to reduce unwanted spam.
A section of your site that can updated regularly to let people know what's new. Social media feeds can be integrated to make updates simple.
List current job opportunities. Synchronize with your LinkedIn account or other online job boards.
Tell your users how their personal information will be used and stored. Lay out the terms governing the use of your website.