Becoming a WooExpert

Verified Experts Ready to Help

WooExperts are verified experts specializing in site setup, implementation, and development. Customers looking for help can use the network to find an expert that’s right for them.

Unlike many similar schemes in the technology business, the WooExperts program is kept deliberately small and highly selective. Our WooExperts have proven themselves as true WooCommerce experts, sharing our commitment to providing the most robust platform for the world’s most demanding WooCommerce projects.


WooExpert Benefits:

  • Brand Endorsement

    Every verified WooExpert will receive an invitation to create a profile in the directory. You will receive a WooExpert badge for your website and plaque for your office that you can use to verify your authority.

  • High Quality Leads

    Customers can use our site to find high quality experts for their business. You'll be contacted by customers looking for your specific skill sets.

  • Invitations to exclusive projects

    Be the first to know about changes to our products and try out new features in themes or extensions before they launch.

  • Account Manager

    Direct relationship with the WooCommerce team.

Can I apply to become a WooExpert?

As of May 2017, we have removed the application process. We only consider companies as potential WooExperts after we have worked with them on a client project, community involvement, or WooCommerce core contributions.

What does WooCommerce look for in a WooExpert?

The decision whether or not to offer WooExpert status is entirely subjective, based on the experience of working with you. If your code is of consistently high quality, and if you engage positively with us and the client, we may choose to invite you to become a WooExpert.

How else can I build a profile in the WooCommerce space?

The best accreditation comes from building a good reputation within the WooCommerce community. Get involved in your local WordCamp or WooCommerce Meetup: as an attendee, a volunteer, a speaker, a sponsor or an organizer. Share your work with the community, by releasing plugins or posting useful code snippets. Or contribute to the open source project, by helping with translations, reporting and patching bugs, and maybe even participating in core development.