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Maintaining its position as the most popular dedicated Ecommerce platform in the world, Magento is growing steadily into 2019.
Along with Magento’s in house team, the platform has a community of over 315,000 developers contributing to the platform’s growth. But as it is always evolving, it’s important users of Magento remain informed on what’s to come in order to best plan their future eCommerce selling strategies.
Whether you’re looking to build your first online business, or are simply thinking about exploring new Ecommerce tools, there are tons of options when it comes to Ecommerce platforms as we enter 2019.
If you’ve done any prior searching around, you’ve probably come across the names Magento and OpenCart. They’re two of the most common Ecommerce platforms used to create online businesses, and they’re among the most effective.
CreativeMinds brings you the latest news, video, live blogs and feature stories related to the Magento eCommerce platform, wherever you are. Browse our collection of articles and get all necessary information that matters to you together with CreativeMinds.
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CreativeMinds brings you the latest news and feature stories related to WordPress! The November highlight, without a doubt, the launch of WordPress 5.0 – the date was pushed back to December 6th, amidst backlash over the calendar and issues with the new visual builder, Gutenberg.
With a Magento store, the ability to handle sub accounts is a valuable one. Having a multi-user Magento extension allows a single user account to have multiple sub user accounts easily. This is an essential extension for any Magento store.
One of the biggest challenges in developing Ecommerce solutions is balancing consistency and flexibility. Travis Sitzlar went through it when a client required a platform with an extreme degree of personalization. He tackled the challenge with the help of CreativeMinds’ Magento Multi-Vendor Marketplace, Magento Multi-User, and customization service.
WordPress is a flexible and adaptable tool for creating websites. It currently supports around 60 million websites, and it isn’t just small brands and personal blogs either.
Just under 30% of the highest ranked websites (in terms of traffic) in the world are built on and supported by WordPress. As far as content management systems go, WordPress really is the leader and deserves to be.
That is understandable, as the world of electronic commerce is imbued with what seems to be many difficult concepts and ideas. But they don’t have to be that hard: it’s all about taking some time to understand them.
WordPress is a fertile ground for an infinite number of activities. From creating personal blogs to corporate websites, the possibilities are endless. Making money with Ecommerce is a much desired goal, and WooCommerce is a top plugin for performing monetization.
Now we present eight new ways to monetize WordPress websites using WooCommerce.
What internet entrepreneur doesn’t love to hear a good Ecommerce success story?
Forming a thriving online business is no simple task, but understanding how others did is a great way to start. You can learn a lot from their successes, and sometimes even more from their mistakes, making these kinds of stories invaluable for any ambitious Ecommerce businesses.
Mistakes happen, it’s a fact. What makes smart businesses stand out is not the number of errors committed, but their ability to learn from them. And better yet: to learn from others’ mistakes. We curated three scary Ecommerce mistake stories to help you avoid going through the same embarrassing – and costly – experiences.
According to the recent 2017 Deloitte holiday survey, Ecommerce sales will likely increase 18-21% in relation to last year’s numbers, with over half of the amount of money spent by American consumers projected to flow into the Ecommerce arena.
This should come as no surprise since the surveys and studies of recent years have repeatedly shown that online users consider their experience more and more when choosing their preferred online vendors. This applies the same way to suppliers.
The world of Ecommerce is always evolving, and to stay competitive businesses must follow and modify their tactics to match new trends as they arise.
In particular, the B2B market is expected to grow radically, with a recent study from Forrester projecting that B2B Ecommerce in the United States will reach double the worth of B2C operations by 2020.