Sell Your Zoom Meetings With WooCommerce and WP Event Manager

Zoom is a useful tool that makes connecting with customers around the world easier. However, selling tickets to Zoom webinars and virtual events is a lot easier with the WP Event Manager Zoom plugin. As the official add-on of the popular event management plugin WP Event Manager, it offers an easy way to sell tickets to your Zoom meetings. The plugin integrates seamlessly with WooCommerce, as well as the Sell Tickets and Registration extensions to provide an all-in-one solution for selling and managing online events. In this post, we’ll explain how the WP Event Manager Zoom plugin works as a standalone with WP Event Manager and WooCommerce, as well as the Sell Tickets and Registration add-ons. Let’s get started! How WP Event Manager Zoom Works with WooCommerce WP Event Manager Zoom is a standalone plugin that works with WooCommerce to seamlessly integrate your Zoom accounts with your website: With the WP Event Manager Zoom plugin, you can manage your Zoom meetings both from your WordPress dashboard and the frontend interface. If you want to sell one-on-one meetings, you can do so through the WooCommerce shop page. The WP Event Manager Zoom plugin lets you display all the key details about the meeting, such as a description, length, price, etc.: After a customer completes the purchase, they can view the purchase order from the My Account page. The order page contains all the information they need to know about attending your meeting. You can even add a link for customers to join the meeting once they complete their purchase. Integrating the WP Event Manager Zoom plugin with WooCommerce lets you take advantage of all the WooCommerce features that you would use to set up a typical online store, only for your virtual meetings and webinars. You can choose from a variety of payment gateways. Additionally, you can assign meetings to products which, upon checkout, will add the customers to your meeting. The WP Event Manager Zoom plugin also allows embedding your Zoom Livestream on your site. This means your customers can join the Zoom meeting directly from your WooCommerce site, helping to retain and even drive site traffic. How WP Event Manager Zoom Works with WP Event Manager WP Event Manager is a powerful and popular WordPress plugin that makes managing all aspects of an event quick and easy: Although WP Event Manager Zoom works standalone, it also pairs flawlessly with the original plugin and allows you to differentiate virtual events from non-virtual events. The Zoom extension enhances the WP Event Manager plugin by automatically generating all necessary information about an event submission onto a single event page. You can organize and display the Zoom meeting details either in the Block view or in a sidebar. Zoom API Connection & Settings for the Organizer at Frontend Side By connecting with Zoom accounts via API keys, you won’t have to waste time manually entering information about the meeting or risk providing the wrong meeting ID or passwords to customers. It gets sent to them automatically: Zoom API Connection & Settings at Admin Panel Integrating Zoom at the admin panel requires an easy JWT or oAuth method of authentication. With the simple copying and pasting of API, non-developers can easily take advantage of Zoom meetings as well. With the WP Event Manager Zoom plugin, you can facilitate and track all aspects of the event. This includes registration, ticketing, and implementing meeting access restrictions. You can even start and end meetings, all directly from your WordPress dashboard. How WP Event Manager Zoom Works with Registrations The Registrations add-on provides a quick and easy way for users to register for an event on your website. When paired with the WP Event Manager Zoom plugin, you can manage events directly from the frontend dashboard: From this dashboard, your Zoom meeting participants will also be able to view the event details. By enabling bookings on the events, the plugin automatically registers users for that Zoom meeting. When a new user registers for the event, you’ll be notified on an automated basis. Participants will receive an email with the Zoom meeting information and a unique URL. This can save you time by eliminating the need to manually email them. One of the best parts about using this add-on with the Zoom plugin is that all of the participants’ information is stored on the ‘Zoom Server’. Therefore, you won’t have to switch between multiple platforms to gather and organize guest information. You can access it all in one place. How WP Event Manager Zoom Works with Sell Tickets The Sell Tickets add-on works with WooCommerce and WP Event Manager Zoom to make it easy to sell tickets to your Zoom event from your website. It also provides a simple way to automate ticket scheduling and keep track of attendees. With the WP Event Manager Zoom plugin, you will be able to build tickets for your Zoom event. Then you can connect them to the event form within the admin panel: Once users select the ticket, they are redirected to the checkout. After completing the purchase, your guests will receive a purchase confirmation email with the Zoom meeting details. The best part is that you don’t have to deal with any coding. The Sell Tickets add-on comes with a variety of user-friendly functions and settings for you to configure and customize Zoom meeting tickets to your liking. Conclusion Trying to manually connect and integrate your WordPress website and event management tools with Zoom can be tricky. Fortunately, WP Event Manager Zoom does all of the heavy lifting for you. WP Event Manager Zoom is the official add-on of the popular WordPress WP Event Manager plugin. It works standalone not only with WooCommerce, but the Sell Tickets and Registration extensions as well. Integrating it with your WordPress site can help you streamline your online events and sell tickets to your Zoom meetings all from your dashboard. Do you have any questions about using WP Event Manager Zoom? Let us know in the comments section below! Will Morris Will Morris is a staff writer at WordCandy. When he’s not writing about WordPress, he likes to gig his stand-up comedy routine on the local circuit. 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