There are a lot of Magento extensions available today which add functionality and provide solutions to Magento in order to make an eCommerce business more successful.
Magento extensions are developed and designed to help the admin, vendors, or suppliers more easily complete the work that they need to do.
When creating your WordPress site, one of the biggest decisions you’ll face is which WordPress theme to use.
As a key feature of the CMS, new WordPress themes are released all the time. Some enhance the functionality of your website while others prioritize form over function.
Magento is one of the most popular eCommerce platforms in the world. According to Magento, more than 250,000 merchants around the globe pick Magento 2 as their eCommerce platform of choice. Magento is most popular in the United States, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, and Australia. This highlights Magento’s global appeal. Magento customer sites can be found in all corners of the globe.
Lots of people online today use some form of social networking application. There are many different ones to choose from, and they have all different layouts and focus on different things.
Some social networks are more visual, relying on images or videos to draw people in, while others tend to be more text-heavy, and focused on news or the spread of information across the world.
Our Magento Marketplace extensions, which provide a platform for multi-vendor eCommerce stores, is constantly under development. We offer professionally developed Magento extensions for M1 and M2.
Cart abandonment is a huge issue for owners of online stores.
Let’s set the scene: A customer logs on to your Magento store. They browse and find products that they like. They like them so much, in fact, that they start to load up their shopping cart. The customer makes their way to to the checkout, they might even even go as far as to give you their e-mail address.
The goal of every eCommerce store is to turn visitors into customers. One way to increase those all important conversion rates is to let customers compile a wishlist, allowing them to come back to the products they’ve bookmarked at a later date. Today we’re taking a look at the best WordPress wishlist plugins that can enhance your eCommerce store.
There’s a chill in the air and a sense of excitement everywhere, shoppers flood the streets, and we all enjoy our favourite winter treats. The winter holidays bring about change, not least in the retail sector where there are significant changes in eCommerce sales.
When it comes to building your Magento eCommerce store, you might be thinking about the practicalities. Things like product images, descriptions, clear pricing, shipping info, and returns policy are probably at the forefront of your mind.
With so many options out there for eCommerce platforms, it can be tough to pick the right one for your business. Magento 2 is the latest version of the leading professional e-commerce platforms. In fact, it’s estimated that 1 in 4 businesses and over 250,000 online retailers are using Magento, including major name brands.