WordPress is great platform to use to sell products, whether they be physical, digital, or a software as a service arrangement. But before you jump into e-commerce, there’s a few things you should take the time to consider.
The article below will take you through several points to help you find an approach that’s right for you and your product, to help you get sales and minimize risks. It has a lot of information, so be sure to give it a read if you’re thinking about getting into e-commerce.
There are two main ways to monetize WordPress: you can use it to set up an online store and sell products, either physical or virtual. Or you can use it to power a Software as a Service (SaaS) business, like our own Edublogs. Both of these sound like a great way to earn a living: you don’t have to deal with clients, you don’t have a boss breathing down your neck, and you don’t have to go out looking for freelance work. But before you picture yourself as the next Matt Mullenweg or Jeff Bezos, stop and think about the reality.
Read full article: WordPress Careers Masterclass: Selling a Product (E-Commerce and SaaS)