The more important thing is if you've built your brand website on Wordpress, can easily use WooCommerce to start your store.
What are the best blogs to learn about WooCommerce?
There's an old question about it on Quora, and there are a few scattered posts and lists around the web. We decided to go through and build a resource for those who want to find the best WooCommerce resources without going to outdated, derelict or missing blogs.
13 of the Best WooCommerce Blogs to Follow in 2021
Do the Woo is WooCommerce podcast, but they also have a detailed blog with insightful WooCommerce resources.
BobWP used to be where Bob Dunn used to post about Wordpress ecommerce, and the interviews and tutorials are still available on the blog. He's evolved to feature the WooCommerce podcast covering WooCommerce news and interviews with moves and shakers in the space.
The Premmerce Blog used to do weekly WooCommerce news round-ups. These days, as they've evolved towards offering plugins, themes and agency services, the Premmerce blog is useful for identifying useful WooCommerce plugins like their Permalink Manager as well as articles evaluating WooCommerce against competitors like WooCommerce vs Shopify or Magento.
Like many others in this list, Premmerce not only covers WooCommerce, themes and plugins, but also offers agency services.
MakeWebBetter is a team of WooCommerce experts who specialize in WooCommerce plugins, marketing automation integrations, and WordPress related services. Since 2016, they create content which aids budding and seasoned WooCommerce store owners to improve their stores, increase revenue, and grow better. With 14 CodeCanyon Badges, 20000+ active WordPress.org plugin installs, and being HubSpot and Google Partners, this team and their work has been commendable and you can learn a lot on their blog.
That's it for now!
There's a lot of reading to do if you want to really get immersed in WooCommerce and understand how it works.
The best way to do this is not to just read everything (you'll be overwhelmed), but to set up your own test store (it's free!) and experiment as you go, leaning on the readings to contextualize things for you.
Visa is ReferralCandy's former Blog Editor [2013–2018]. He also co-founded Statement.sg, a fashion ecommerce label selling witty t-shirts. He's mildly Internet-famous for his elaborate Twitter threads. He hopes to enjoy a glass of scotch onboard a commercial space flight someday.