Download for Free RO WooCommerce [LATEST VERSION]

Download for Free RO WooCommerce [LATEST VERSION]

Download for free RO WooCommerce from our website. Lastest version is updated on 4 February 19 and available. RO WooCommerce WordPress plugin is compatibile with all IE, Chrome, Safari and Firefox versions. Instead of paying $100 to redolive on Envato, you get it for free.

RO WooCommerce [Latest Version]

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About RO WooCommerce


  • Enable Google Analytics Ecommerce Tracking
  • Enable Customer Lifetime Value Calculations
  • Add Customer Email Addresses to Specific MailChimp Lists upon Checkout
  • Configure Abandoned Cart Emails & Send via WordPress
  • Enable AdWords Conversion Tracking Pixel to Fire on Checkout Success Page
  • Enable Dynamic Remarketing Tags on Product Pages
  • Creates AdWords/Bing Ads Shopping Feed with Global & Product Level Settings
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User comments


Congratulations! incredible work well done,good luck for sale.

redolive Author

Thank you webkrizzweb!



Good concept. I suggest to add anther one that cover all (ROI) factors.

redolive Author

Sanayar2008, thank you. What additional ROI features do you recommend?


ROI ’ return on investment’

measures the gain or loss generated on an investment relative to the amount of money invested. ROI is usually expressed as a percentage and is typically used for personal financial decisions, to compare a company’s profitability or to compare the efficiency of different investments.

The return on investment formula is:

ROI = (Net Profit / Cost of Investment) x 100 How it works (Example):

The ROI calculation is flexible and can be manipulated for different uses. A company may use the calculation to compare the ROI on different potential investments, while an investor could use it to calculate a return on a stock.

For example, an investor buys $1,000 worth of stocks and sells the shares two years later for $1,200. The net profit from the investment would be $200 and the ROI would be calculated as follows:

ROI = (200 / 1,000) x 100 = 20%

The ROI in the example above would be 20%. The calculation can be altered by deducting taxes and fees to get a more accurate picture of the total ROI.

The same calculation can be used to calculate an investment made by a company. However, the calculation is more complex because there are more inputs. For example, to figure out the net profit of an investment, a company would need to track exactly how much cash went into the project and the time spent by employees working on it. Why it Matters:

ROI is one of the most used profitability ratios because of its flexibility. That being said, one of the downsides of the ROI calculation is that it can be manipulated, so results may vary between users. When using ROI to compare investments, it’s important to use the same inputs to get an accurate comparison.

Also, it’s important to note that the basic ROI calculation does not take time into consideration. Obviously, it’s more desirable to get a +15% reuturn over one year than it is over two years.


Dream on and achieve on. DigitalCenturySF

redolive Author

Thank you


Hi RedOlive, We bought the plugin, but it doesn’t seem to work for us. There is no option section in the back-end like your screenshots…


The admin panel seems to be broken, I got to reach it by searching the page in the code, but nothing works over there.

redolive Author

wpiad, sorry that you’re having this issue. We have emailed you directly to help you take care of this issue. You’ll need to install our prerequisite plugin. It is free and called RO Marketing Free:


Thank you so much for the support and the e-mail follow ups! Everything is fixed



Amazing Work, Good Luck With Sale

redolive Author

thank you!


Does this track AdWords total-conversion-value?

redolive Author

Hey dreamsight, currently it does not but we’re planning to add that in a near future release. Would you like for us to inform you when we add it?

redolive Author

The plugin does now pass the total conversion value into AdWords. We’re also doing this for Bing Ads as well if you are advertising there.


any updates coming soon?

redolive Author

Great timing! We’re actually submitting updates to our plugins this morning for review.

redolive Author

The update has been published! Sorry for the delay. There was a bug with the uploader.


Hello, Does the Product feed also work with Facebook, mailchimp etc.? Or only Google?

redolive Author

Hi there, the product feed works with Google Ads and BingAds. Facebook and Mailchimp both have their own WooCommerce integrations that they maintain. We recommend using their native integrations for those platforms.


So the feed does not work with other services? Some have their own plugin but we cant install hundreds Also feed for like pricerunner, kelkoo etc.?

redolive Author

We currently have only formatted the product feeds for Google and Bing. That is a great suggestion though! We’ll look into adding those feeds to the queue.


I’m looking for an all-round WooCommerce plugin that covers every base. Are you planning to add any reporting features (product & category stats, growth), and customer segmentation?

I’d also like to fine-tune the timing of my abandoned cart emails (1 hour / 24 hours / 5 days). Will you be allowing that soon?

redolive Author

Hi mess, we aren’t currently planning on adding those features but will add them the to request list. Thanks!

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