It’s no surprise that Magento is the fastest growing eCommerce solution. Servicing more than 200,000 businesses worldwide, this robust open-source platform offers flexible, reliable, and scalable online stores for businesses of all sizes, needs, and budgets.
From household brand names to small businesses, across industries from apparel to food to education, companies who are serious about eCommerce business are turning to the Magento platform to power their online stores.
One of the most common questions that concern young entrepreneurs in our days, which they often direct to their older and more experienced colleagues is: What would you have done differently if you had to start your business all over again?
Surely, there are many answers to that question, but there is one in particular that seems to be a timeless one and keeps coming back.
Entrepreneurs who are standing on the brink of starting their new eCommerce venture all have the same question to face with at some point in time:
Which eCommerce platform should I choose to start my online business? Obviously, When it comes to eCommerce, there is no one-size-fits-all solution.
It’s been about five months since we first released the all-encompassing CM multi-vendor Marketplace extension for Magento, and our team of expert certified Magento developers has not rested for a minute since!
Rather, they have been busy working to further the extension to new heights, constantly adding new features that improve the user experience on all ends of the equation: The admin panel, the supplier’s dashboard, and finally, the customers.
If you’re selling goods online, and if you wish to increase sales on your eCommerce store, here are 5 super-easy ways you can do this with a relatively low investment.
Product reviews have long been proven to be one of the most effective marketing tools for online eCommerce stores. They are genuine, original, and are highly valuable for customers thanks to their authenticity.
However, although it may seem like the obvious thing to do, getting your clients to deliver those hoped-for reviews can be quite a challenging task. This is why we have developed a Magento Reviews Extension that may help to make things easier- the CM Product reviews extension.
All Magento store managers listen up! Here’s a new video tutorial that will show you how you can allow external suppliers to upload products onto your Magento store, using our Front end product upload extension!
If you’re managing an online store on Magento, and you’re looking to improve the general functionality of your store, here are the top 5 Magento eCommerce extensions that will increase your conversion rates and boost your sales, as recommended by our brilliant team of Magento certified developers!
Our Multi-Vendor Magento Marketplace is a top solution to create a marketplace with multiple vendors, each with their dashboard where they can manage their products.
Watch this tutorial video to learn about how to manage and track your user’s abandoned cart recovery email notifications on your eCommerce store, with the Magento Abandoned Cart Extension by CreativeMinds.
The tutorial video below will show you how to configure the parameters by which the Magento Subscription Extension by CreativeMinds will pull information about your subscribed users, and about sorting and analyzing the data provided by this Magento extension.
The tutorial video below shows how Magento eCommerce store Admins using the CM Magento coupon Extension can configure and customize the settings of their personalized coupon error messages.
The purpose of this plugin is to create different messages for various coupon error scenarios, improve the user experience and give the admin better insights on coupon usage.
The video below explains how site admins using the CM Magento Marketplace extension can configure the options available on their Magento Supplier Dashboard.
The CM Sales Recovery Extension for Magento allows Magento store owners to automatically send abandoned cart recovery alerts to customers who have collected products and reached the shopping cart, but for some reason have not completed their purchase.
At CreativeMinds, we understand that managing your Magento store is not always easy for the average webmaster.
You may be an expert merchant, importer, supplier or manufacturer, but don’t quite know your way around Magento just yet. Or you may be a genius Dropshipping entrepreneur, but need a little guidance before you “jump in the water”; or you may just be too busy.
The CM Magento Multi-Vendor Marketplace extension by CreativeMinds is a unique extension that will transform your Magento store into a multi-vendor eCommerce platform, capable of supporting dropshipping.
By installing this extension, site admins can offer a registration service whereby merchants from all across the globe can register to a supplier account that allows them to upload, manage, and sell their products online.
A lot of times before you finish developing your Magento store, it just so happens that you are already running a WordPress blog. This means that you actually have an online presence already established when you launch your new store. Having both a store and the blog is successful Magento and WordPress Integration.
Also, after your store is live and selling, you will still want to maintain your WordPress blog. This usually takes you to the point of decision: should I just leave it where it is, or should I integrate it as a blog inside my Magento store? This is not an easy answer, as the right answer as always, is that it depends.
Since we started to provide email marketing solutions for our eCommerce clients, a lot of them began to understand the importance of monitoring their newsletter subscribers from within their online Magento based store. This is how the idea of the Magento Newsletter Registration extension first came about.
We first recommended to our clients to use promotions, discount coupons and other encouragements to get people to subscribe to their newsletter. This is an easy and effective way to get them in touch with their target audience.