The ability to save payment information is becoming a necessity in today’s online shopping world. Recurring customers love the option to save payment information for future transactions. This saves having to pull out a credit card and type in the information every time they make a purchase.
How can Magento stores integrate this feature without too much hassle? The answer is an Authorize.net CIM extension.
In the digital world we live in, an effective website is more important than ever. Your website is likely your customers first point of contact with your brand. Couple this with the rapid globalization of the eCommerce market and optimizing it for different languages is essential.
Google Maps is a popular web mapping service from – you guessed it – Google. Over the years Google Maps has become a well loved and widely used tool by people all over the world.
Not only does it offer route planning for journeys on foot, bike, and public transport with real-time traffic updates, it’s also known for satellite imagery, aerial photography, street maps, and 360° interactive views of nearly every street in the world.
You probably already know Magento 1 was retired in favor of Magento 2. Now Magento customers have even more choice and flexibility in deciding how they want to create and manage an online store.
Which should you choose: Magento 2 Enterprise, Open Source, or the Cloud edition?
Magento is a sturdy and powerful eCommerce platform. It allows anyone to create a profitable online store in a short amount of time. However, it can be daunting to kickstart the project if you have limited technical knowledge. So, let’s talk about how to install Magento!
Picking the right payment gateways is hugely important for new and existing Magento stores.
A payment gateway acts as the middleman between the customer and their bank. If this middleman doesn’t do a good job, customers are less likely to shop with you. Not to mention a bad payment gateway can also be a pain for store owners.
WordPress is the world’s most popular website builder. It powers roughly 35% percent of websites on the Internet. WordPress is a helpful open source software that is available for free, and includes customizable designs, high security, responsive mobile sites and much more.
As the old saying goes “money makes the world go round.” We’d all like a little extra cash in our pockets. One great way to do this is to make money online by establishing a passive income stream via WordPress.
So, if you’re already familiar with the platform read on for tips and tricks on how to earn passive income with WordPress.
Having been around for over two decades, RSS (Rich Site Summary) is a veteran web technology.
Old doesn’t equal obsolete, however, and there are plenty of reasons why RSS is still a great tool. Sadly, even though RSS automatic feeds have had ample time to mature, interesting eye-catching examples of its adoption are few and far between. Especially on WordPress websites.
No eCommerce store is complete without a payment gateway solution. Choosing the right one depends on your store’s needs. In order to help with your decision, here’s a rundown of the top payment gateways for WooCommerce and EDD, looking at their pros and cons.