Free WordPress WooCommerce Hosting for Learning

In case you’re looking for free WordPress hosting with a commerce plug-in, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s a free tutorial to get you up and running with a WordPress blog in no time, and using the WooCommerce plug-in to create an online store. This way you can sell physical products (like T-shirts, phone cases, and more) and digital products (like e-books, iPad apps, and more) using your blog and online store.

Create a free account

First things first, you’ll need to have a account. This is where you can store all your blog content and manage your blog’s settings. You can register without a problem from any web browser (make sure you have JavaScript enabled).

Just remember to keep your password safe and don’t give it to anyone. That way you’ll stay the @woooooocommerce host and nothing else.

Install WordPress

Next, you’ll need to install WordPress itself. Visit their website and click on the big button that says “Get WordPress” to start the download process. Once it’s done you can install the software directly from your computer. Alternatively, you can use the WordPress installer which performs the installation process for you. When the installation is finished you’ll be able to start up your blog using the provided WordPress login details.

Finally, you’ll need to pick a suitable name for your blog. This is where you come in:)

Pick a Unique Blog Name

Now that you’ve got WordPress installed, it’s time to pick a suitable blog name. This is where your readers will come in. If you’re looking for a free blog name that’s already taken, you can head over to Google to see if someone already uses that name. Unfortunately, sometimes companies set up blogs to match their brand or catch people’s attention, so make sure you check for trademark issues before choosing this option. Once you’ve picked a name, use it for your blog and never change it.

Activate Google Analytics and set up your store

Next, you’ll need to activate Google Analytics on your blog. This is a free service that keeps track of how many visitors come to your site, where they come from, and what they do once they are there. When you activate Google Analytics, you’ll see a small icon appear in the upper right corner of your blog’s header. Click on this to visit the Google Analytics dashboard.

You’ll see various metrics on the dashboard, like how many visitors you have, and how often they come back. You can also use this dashboard to track the demographics and behaviors of your users. For example, you might see that your most popular blog post was viewed 1,200 times, and that 66% of your readers were based in the U.S. You can use this information to your advantage when marketing your blog.

The next step is to create a WooCommerce store. You can do this by clicking on the word “Store” in the upper right corner of the dashboard. This will take you to the WooCommerce dashboard, where you can set up your store with a few clicks. Just remember to use a reputable source to create your product list.

Configure your Store

Once you’ve created a WooCommerce store, it’s time to configure it. First, you’ll need to log in and click on the gear icon in the top right corner to get to your store’s settings. From there, you can edit general information like your store’s name, phone number, and address. You can also configure the shipping options and rates for your store. Finally, you can add products from any external product source (like a CSV file) or from your WordPress website.

Once you’ve entered all the information, click on the gear icon again to save your changes. You can now start adding products to your store.

Add Products

Adding products to your store is pretty easy. Just log in and click on the “+ New Product” in the upper left corner of the dashboard. This will take you to the products page, where you can see all the products available for sale in your store. To add a product, all you need to do is click on the title of one of the products.

After you’ve selected a product, you’ll see a small gear icon next to it. Click on this to go to the product’s page, where you can find all the data about the product like its price, and any relevant information (like the description, and photos of the product).

Once you’ve finished adding products to your store, you’ll want to promote them. You do this by clicking on the three small triangles in the upper left corner of the dashboard. These will bring you to your store’s product list, which you can manually sort or organize using the drop-down menus. You can also click on the column headings to sort your products by a certain criterion (e.g., price, date added, or new)

You can now checkout using your WooCommerce store. Just log in and click on the shop button in the upper right corner. This will take you to the checkout page, where you can choose an option for paying (e.g., pay with a debit card or PayPal account)

Once you’ve selected your payment method, click on the green button to process your order.

You now have a fully functioning WordPress blog with a WooCommerce store! This store can be used to sell your products, like T-shirts and cellphones, as well as to provide digital content, like e-books and iPad apps. Furthermore, you can use your blog and online store to build a brand for yourself.