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Do the Woo is a WooCommerce-focused podcast is for those who build WooCommerce sites, products and services to share stories, insights and perspectives.

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Builder Tips from WordCamp Europe 2022 Speakers
Posted by Do the Woo on May 24, 2022 at 5:47 am

Builder Tips from WordCamp Europe 2022 Speakers

Tips from Daisy Olsen, Dave Lockie, Devin Walker, Greg Ziolkowski, Jonathan Wold, Milana Cap, Nev Harris, Paul Bearne, Ryan Welcher, Vassilena Valchanova…
Do the Woo is Heading to WordCamp Europe 2022 as a Media Partner
WCEU is happening in Porto, Portugal. Find Do the Woo there and join us in a podcast or let’s just have a…
WooCommerce Checkout and Cart Blocks with Nadir Seghir
Automattic engineer Nadir Seghir chats about where we are at with the WooCommerce cart and checkout blocks and where we are going….
WordCamp Europe 2022 with Takis Bouryouris and Taeke Reijenga
Takis Bouryouris and Taeke Reijenga, part of the organizing team for WordCamp Europe, joins us in a conversation all about WCEU. The…
WooBits: Dropping My .02% About WordPress Marketshare
In light of the recent article and discussion of the drop in the WordPress marketshare, well, I felt it my duty to…
Education, the LMS Ecosystem and WooCommerce
Posted by Do the Woo on May 12, 2022 at 10:21 am

Education, the LMS Ecosystem and WooCommerce

Ronnie Burt from Sensei LMS shares insights and thoughts from his years of experience in education, WordPress, and WooCommerce The post Education,…
The WooCommerce Roundtable Dives Into WordPress 6.0
This WooCommerce panel talks about WordPress 6.0 with insights around the features, hosting, education, blocks and web development. The post The WooCommerce…
WooBits: Web3 Integration, Woo in Search and More Random WooCommerce
This week I chat about the flux of crypto plugins for WooCommerce, how Woo is rating in search and third-party risks. The…
Listening to Yourself When Agency Life Calls You Back
Remkus de Vries has decided to reboot his agency and bring himself back into setting at the helm of his life and…
Recommending the Right Solution for Your eCommerce Client, All the Time
It just makes sense that sometimes you send a client somewhere else because it is not your specialty The post Recommending the…