Andrew Angell

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      0 comments  ·  WooCommerce » Category - Payment Gateways  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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        60 comments  ·  WooCommerce » Category - Extension Ideas  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
        Andrew Angell commented  · 

        We just released an update to the Offers for WooCommerce plugin that allows you to specify the auto-decline and auto-accept ranges as you mentioned. Check it out!

        Andrew Angell commented  · 

        @Chuck, I think you are failing to see the benefits of providing offers on your site.

        1. Accepting offers opens a direct line of communication with an interested buyer.

        2. Accepting offers typically increases checkout conversion rates on websites because feel like they've won something when you accept their offer. This makes them happy to complete their purchase.

        3. Accepting offers opens the door to negotiate larger sales than usual. For example, say somebody offers $50 on a $75 item. You could counter-offer stating that they need to purchase 5 units in order to get them for $50/each. When that user completes their purchase you will have turned a $75 order into a $250 order. That's a broad example, of course, but I think you get the idea.

        4. Accepting offers gets shoppers who may typically leave your site and continue browsing competitor sites to reach out to you directly, and it could potentially make them hold off on buying from a competitor until they hear from you first.

        These are just a few of the benefits of accepting offers on your website, but I hope that may entice you to give it a try! :)

        Andrew Angell commented  · 

        Up to version 1.1.3 of Offers for WooCommerce now. Seems to be getting good feedback so far, but I'd love to hear from more of you. :)

        Andrew Angell commented  · 

        @David,

        I'm guessing that has to do with something about your theme. I would need to get a look at the site so I can troubleshoot that with Firebug. you can probably fix it pretty easily within your child theme.

        Andrew Angell commented  · 

        I just pushed the official 1.0 release to the WordPress plugin directory. Please take a look and let me know what feedback you have. Thanks!

        https://wordpress.org/plugins/offers-for-woocommerce/

        Andrew Angell commented  · 

        I have just now officially released a 0.1.0 beta version of Offers for WooCommerce. I'd love it if some of you would take a look and give me some feedback. I've been using it with 1 client of mine already and he's loving it!

        https://wordpress.org/plugins/offers-for-woocommerce/

        Andrew Angell commented  · 

        I'm actually developing this and hope to have the beta ready by the end of the year. You can check out the progress here: https://github.com/angelleye/offers-for-woocommerce

        I'm still working on the 0.1.0 beta release list of issues, but I don't think it'll be much longer before that's ready to go, and I'd love to get some people using it and providing feedback.

        You can look at the issues list on that GitHub repo to get an idea of where I'm going with this thing.

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          Andrew Angell commented  · 

          I'm about to start building this solution for a client of mine. I'm going to make a button in FileMaker you can push to send a product to WooCommerce via the WC API (which now includes the ability to create products in WC). I'll keep you posted.

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