Creating an e-commerce website can be a daunting journey. Imagine if it were nothing more than a matter of few clicks. Thanks to WooCommerce, this is now possible. WooCommerce is a WordPress plugin which helps you create, manage, measure and maintain an online store without any fuss or getting your hands dirty with code (not to mention code nerds can do a lot with its API). Starting with this article, we are going to begin a series of configuring WooCommerce to set up an online store for beginners. I’d rather not jump in to the configuration part without discussing all the related initial questions. That said, the primary focus in this series will be on beginners. Content will be like my WordPress SEO for Beginner series. So, let’s get down to it. Our Goals The best way to generate long-term and sustainable income online is by building a brand and selling your products through your own e-commerce solution. Easier said than done, isn't it? Let’s see what Wikipedia says about e-commerce: Electronic commerce, commonly known as E-commerce, is trading in products or services using computer networks, such as the Internet. Electronic commerce draws on technologies such as mobile commerce,
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