WooCommerce merchants estimated to process more than $840 Million dollars over BFCM deals

November 22, 2021 00:07:27
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WooCommerce merchants estimated to process more than $840 Million dollars over BFCM deals
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WooCommerce merchants estimated to process more than $840 Million dollars over BFCM deals
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Today’s episode is hosted by Dave Rodenbaugh of Recapture.io.

WooCommerce is the sleeping giant in the ecommerce world. Dave illustrates an estimated $840 Million dollars to be processed by WooCommerce merchants through the Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals alone.

Wrestling with the sheer gravity of the space? Looking for an opportunity? Look no further than WordPress + WooCommerce + the ecommerce minute!

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