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WooCommerce vs Magento? You can’t think about the future of retail without factoring in the growing industry of eCommerce. There are an estimated 24 million eCommerce websites across the internet, with that number growing daily. To facilitate this web-based sales process, brands need to choose and integrate an eCommerce platform. Amongst eCommerce platforms, two choices are prevalent for users who prefer to host their own...

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At MyWorks, we are grateful to be able to work with businesses across a diverse variety of industries and locations. Some of our users configure their sync independently, while others work closely with our team as they get set up. Cole Austin from Heart of Dakota is part of the latter group, who set up with over a few calls with our support team. Heart of...

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As a WooCommerce store owner, you probably spend a fair amount of time trying to attract potential customers onto your site! There are hours of marketing, strategizing, and carefully boosted advertisements that go into getting customers through your digital doors. And you probably think that once they're there, your work is done, right? Unfortunately, this isn't always the case. Though the customer you've enticed is committed...

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This might be the most “delicious” case study of them all: John Kelly Chocolates. Located in sunny Los Angeles, John Kelly Chocolates has been selling gourmet chocolates all over the nation since 2004. Owner, Kelly Green, was able to give us a quick insight on their brand as well as review how MyWorks has been able to save them time on their accounting. About John Kelly...

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At MyWorks, we’re lucky to work with WooCommerce store owners from diverse backgrounds and industries. While every store, user, and use case is different, most of our users are in one of two situations when they sign up for MyWorks: they are either already overwhelmed with the amount of manual entry required to keep their QuickBook up to date, or they are planning in advance...

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How Math Canada syncs WooCommerce and QuickBooks Math Canada is a company based in Vancouver, Canada. They sell math educational supplies through their WooCommerce store, and use MyWorks Sync to automate their data sync to QuickBooks. We recently sat down with them to learn a little more about how they use MyWorks and ask them our favorite and most important question: how many hours a week...

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Right at the bottom of the list of “Things Every WooCommerce Customer Is Excited To Do Every Year” is having the responsibility to file and pay taxes. But if there’s one thing that’s certain, it’s that it needs to be done. Did you know, however, that there are ways and means to approach the filing of taxes that could actually save you money? With the official...

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A whopping 80% of Americans are now online shoppers and they demand convenience like never before. Where they do not find it, they abandon carts and resort to household names like Amazon, Walmart, etc. The obstinate refusal to tolerate complex, lengthy checkout flows, which tend to plague the vast majority of newly emerging online stores, has driven the cart abandonment rate up to 80% according...

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  One question we get often is how to connect Instagram with WooCommerce! Well, if you’ve been on Instagram lately, you may have noticed a new feature represented by a shopping bag icon: Instagram shoppable products. As part of the social media platform’s push to enter the eCommerce world, it has introduced a way for its users to easily purchase the products that they see on Instagram...

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WooCommerce has become one of the most popular platforms to set up an online store. But, why has it become so popular? One of many reasons for the popularity of the platform is that it is a free, open-source platform, just as WordPress is. However, as to be expected, you will still incur a few expenses required to run your online store. Before you stop...

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Setting up your WooCommerce store is the first step to start selling. The second? Marketing. As most eCommerce store owners know, the old saying of “build it and they will come” isn’t always true for eCommerce businesses. The internet is a big, wide place with lots of online stores and LOTS of competition. So how do you drive sales? If you’ve been asking yourself that...

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New feature alert! The MyWorks Team is very excited to share that we have added a new feature to our QuickBooks Sync for WooCommerce that allows users to sync WooCommerce Purchase Orders into QuickBooks along with orders! The purchase order synced from WooCommerce to QuickBooks will contain the full order details, so it's easy to then send to your vendor to order/re-order the products you just sold!   WooCommerce...

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While the number of regions that are legalizing the sale of CBD and cannabis-derived products has been steadily increasing, this market continues to be heavily regulated - both in the US and other countries. More importantly, the technology supporting CBD-related businesses can contain just as much red tape than these legal regulations. This usually extends to cover two main areas of your online store: the...

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When you're looking to host an online business in WordPress, keeping it in sync with your QuickBooks can seem intimidating at first. Deciding where to start in Wordpress, choosing an efficient sync between these two platforms, and most importantly, making sure that everything is as effortless as possible may just seem impossible.   In this post, we're hoping to make it possible for you. As long as...

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Selling your products on different channels can often feel like managing several individual stores. Each new marketplace you sell your products on is an opportunity that also adds an extra layer of data and settings to worry about. Each new marketplace adds new business opportunities, but each one can multiply the amount of work you do. However, it doesn't have to be that way as...

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