Development of an online store or making some improvements in the existing shop is not an easy task for both a merchant and a developer. In this article we’d like to review the main steps of Magento development process and give recommendations on how to improve it.
Navigation is like a guide which helps your potential customers to find what they need. Very often it never occurs to online store visitors that they use the navigation process. If it is convenient they take it for granted. Continue reading →Read More
Customers’ behavior involves usage and disposal of products being purchased as well as the analysis of manner shoppers are buying. Product usage allows determining the best product positioning or finding new opportunities to increase consumption. Continue reading →Read More
You have probably received an email from PayPal notifying you of upgrading the certificate for www.paypal.com to SHA-256. This endpoint is also used by merchants using the Instant Payment Notification (IPN) product.
According to the reports about 60% of online shoppers will go away from online store even if they are ready to buy and have enough money for purchase. In 2014 the abandon carts contained orders to the amount of four trillion dollars.
For the owners of online stores it is very important to use all available opportunities to attract new customers. Magento platform offers many competitive advantages to create a comfortable space to make a purchase online. But nowadays it is not enough.
Depending on the purpose we can analyze Magento 2 in different ways. The merchant who is interested in successful online store business may not understand all of the technical tips and consider the platform more globally.
Magento 2 continues to move forward towards its anticipated final release in Q4 2015. Since the installation on a local stack is complex, faithful users are curious to know if the update process will run efficiently.
In the last few years, online shopping has secured consumer buying power with the help of mobile devices. According to an IBM report, mobile traffic accounted for 45 percent of all online traffic for the 2014 holiday season. We’re witnessing the next frontier of mobile ecommerce.