Choosing eCommerce software can be a challenge. Instead of trying all available options, it’s easier to start by examining your short and long term eCommerce needs.
Here’s the latest WordPress security facts you need to know, as well as tips on how to keep your site safe and secure.
If your Magento online store relies heavily on sales reps, efficiently managing multiple sales representatives will be critical for your store’s success.
Online appointment booking systems significantly reduce the tedious back and forth of setting and confirming appointments.
Want to keep your WordPress site secure? Follow these tips and trends.
Is managing your Magento store’s product catalog becoming tedious? Is your product data inconsistent? It may be time to invest in catalog management.
Website speed is important. It matters for both user experience and SEO. A slow site is a signal to Google that your site is poor. This can result in lower search rankings.
If your store still uses Magento 1, it’s important for to plan migration to Magento 2 as soon as possible.
What are you an expert in? According to Oxford Dictionary, an expert is “a person who is very knowledgeable about or skillful in a particular area.”
Ever wondered how to move your website URLs from HTTP to HTTPS?
Websites that display HTTPS have what is called an SSL certificate. Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encrypts website information between a server and browser. This is what creates a HTTPS in the URL instead of HTTP. This is a signal for visitors that a website page is secure.
Tweets have the potential to share influential content and drive conversations. They make a great addition to any WordPress website.
Give your customers the best registration and login experience with these top tips.
If you’re new to WordPress, managing a website can feel overwhelming. These tools can help.
So you developed a WordPress plugin you think is pretty handy. Maybe it is a novel solution to a problem WordPress users have. Now what?
RSS stands for Really Simply Syndication or Rich Site Summary. This form of content syndication (a fancy term for posting third-party content) allows readers to see content from other websites in a “feed” that is automatically updated.
Onboarding. It’s a term you’ve probably heard, but haven’t been completely sure what it means for you or your WordPress plugin business.
Are your ecommerce sales stagnant? Do you have awesome products, but low conversions? It may be time to take a look at search navigation.
Plugins are essential for WordPress websites. If WordPress core is the bread and butter of a website, plugins are the strawberry jam. They turn a generic website into something extraordinary.