Ten Things to Do Before You Build a WooCommerce Store
Divi is an excellent theme to build a WooCommerce store. WooCommerce integrates well and Divi has lots of cool features designed specifically for WooCommerce and online stores. It can be tempting to jump in and get your website started, but it’s not always easy to know what needs to be done. It’s easy to leave things out not think it through, which can cost more to change later.
Fortunately, following a list can help ensure you’ve completed the tasks you need to in order to get your store started correctly. To help you get started in the right direction, we’ll look at ten things to do before you build a WooCommerce store.
You need high-quality hosting that can meet traffic demands. The best hosts have server-side caching and CDN to deliver the content from the closest location. Hosting should be fast-loading and easy to work with. It should also be easily scalable so you have room to grow. Many good hosts include backups and security.
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Branding includes everything from your domain name to the colors, fonts, and graphics you use. All of these elements help build your brand identity and set your store apart from all the others. Elements to focus on include:
Store name Domain name Logo Colors Fonts Supporting graphics (buttons, icons, etc.) Tagline
It helps to create a style guide for all of your printed and digital materials. It will specify the design for all of these elements and help ensure that your invoices, newsletters, etc. work together to promote your brand.
Theme and Design
Your theme and design will determine the layout of the store. Divi is the best choice for building your WooCommerce store, but there are a lotThis post was originally published on this site