The eCommerce market is increasing at an unprecedented speed all over the world. That’s why, if you are aiming to take your online store to the next level, it’s necessary to focus on your website development and promotion.
Magento 2 is a powerful eCommerce platform developed precisely to help with that, assisting store owners to sell items and services and boost online businesses globally.
Every Magento merchant must establish a Magento payment gateway for their website before they’ll be able to sell products online.
For a quick definition: Payment gateways are Ecommerce services that process the credit card data of online customers and their banks. These enable people to make credit card purchases without requiring the physical reading of a card, thus enabling online transactions.
Migrating Magento versions from Magento 1 to Magento 2 sounds like a hassle of a task (and truthfully it can be), but it has also become a necessity for all online businesses using the platform.
While Magento 2 has been around for a few years now, the original version of the Ecommerce platform has remained viable (though grows more antiquated day-by-day).
Natural language processing is a breakthrough technology that teaches computers how to understand and analyze human language. While the technology has come a long way (and is evolving more every day) this doesn’t mean we’re anywhere close to having conversations with our computers just yet.
WordPress websites usually consist of many different pages and posts. There are many different types of pages, posts and more. All of these different types of content are essential to a WordPress website in their own ways, and it’s important to know the difference between all of them as well as why they exist.
The purpose of this article series is to explain artificial intelligence for non-technical readers. What is Artificial Intelligence (A.I.)? How does it work? What are the limitations of A.I.? And just as importantly, how can we prepare for A.I within our organization?
When the planning for a new website starts to take hold, the first and most deterring question is usually: How much is this all going to cost?
The answer being: It varies, but you can get a good idea if you know what you’re looking for.
RSS, which stands for Rich Site Summary (and is often thought to mean Real Simple Syndication), is a Web feed format that’s used to distribute and publish content online.
These feeds have been around as early as 1997, and are a great way for internet users to easily track their favorite online content. They create a personalized stream of live information, with published content from preferred news sources and websites all collected in one place. Better yet, RSS feeds are live, so everything shows up as soon as it’s published.
Documentation is the best way for users visiting your website to fully understand and use your content to the fullest extent. Having documentation on your WordPress site is a great way to provide users with helpful information about products and services in an efficient way.
Networking is essential to any small business, as it creates an opportunity to learn, form partnerships and acquire leads. That’s the core idea of the Ontario Small Business Network website, which adopted the User Submitted Posts WordPress plugin to collect success stories.
The platform helps small business owners connect by organizing events and providing marketing tools tailored for the segment.