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How to Create WooCommerce Attributes for Products

WooCommerce Explained is the best-selling book on WooCommerce. 

In this exclusive tutorial, taken from WooCommerce Explained, we're going to show you how to create variations for your WooCommerce products.

Variations allow users to choose different options for a product. This means you can sell a T-Shirt in different sizes and colors.

However, variations can be complex to set up. Before you read this blog, I highly recommend you read "How to create WooCommerce attributes". Creating attributes is an essential first step before creating variations. The instructions in that post also follow on from that tutorial.

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How to Create WooCommerce Attributes for Products

WooCommerce Explained is the best-selling book on WooCommerce. 

In this exclusive tutorial, taken from WooCommerce Explained, we're going to show you how to create attributes for your WooCommerce products.

Attributes are a key feature of most WooCommerce stores, but they are easily misunderstood. They're also often confused with WooCommerce variations.

So before we begin to show you how attributes work, let me take a couple of paragraphs to define them.

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How to Get Started With WooCommerce Programming

WooCommerce Explained is the best-selling book on WooCommerce. 

Throughout that book, we mostly avoided using any code. We believe that anyone is able to build a great WooCommerce site.

But many of you are developers and are keen to dive into the WooCommerce code. In this exclusive tutorial, taken from WooCommerce Explaind, we're going to show you some WooCommerce programming basics. 

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How to Add WooCommerce Reviews to Your Store

One of the most important elements on a product page is user generated content. This can take the form of pictures, reviews, star ratings, etc. All of this is called social proof. Social proof is a huge factor in someone else's purchase decision. Getting someone to buy a product from a random website is very hard. If you have a few reviews, that eases people's fears and they'll be more likely to buy.

You want to have reviews for your product. Even negative reviews can be good for your credibility. In a study by Reevoo, 95% of consumers think your reviews are fake if they are all positive. So you shouldn't be too quick to delete or block those negative reviews!

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