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When it comes to WordPress facts there are many impressive statistics out there, but few that would surprise most users.
Being the most popular content management system (CMS) on the globe, it’s no surprise to hear that over 87 million new posts are created every month, or that most big brand websites from UPS to CNN all call WordPress their virtual home.
It’s those lesser known details that get really interesting.
Do you own a small business and would like to stand out and leave competition behind? Open source tools such as WordPress make growth more accessible by letting you tailor your internet presence. And it doesn’t have to be complicated: easy-to-use WordPress plugins are a sure-fire way to sell more.
Building a multi-vendor marketplace that entices online consumers is something any website owner can be proud of, but Ecommerce returns tend to take the wind out of their sales (pun absolutely intended).
With the holiday season wrapping up, we’ve now officially entered the time of the year where returns are most common. This can prove especially daunting to online sellers who recently enjoyed a profitable holiday season, only to see a notable portion of those sales come right back.
Administering the best WordPress security measures to protect your website can seem like a daunting task at first glance. After all, it’s common knowledge that the internet is full of potential threats that await their chance to infiltrate innocent websites.
These dangers are especially true for websites built with WordPress. Being the most prevalent content management system (CMS) on the market, it is also the most highly targeted by hackers.
Creating content is now easier than ever, and that applies especially to WordPress, empowered by thousands of available tools. But, with so many options to choose from, we may get lost in testing. So, it’s essential to go for reliable, tried-and-true WordPress plugins for publishing.
Here we present seven powerful contenders, which are consistently updated, upgraded and assessed.
The WordPress marketplace is an ever-changing arena, with countless developers adding to and improving on plugins which users can install to better manage the operations of their WordPress websites.
As we come closer to the end of 2017, its time to look back and take stock of the top performing WordPress plugins of the year and make sure you aren’t missing out on any of the amazing features they can provide.
Wishlists are an often overlooked feature in Magento stores – and that’s dangerous! They are non-intrusive and reduce cart abandonment while making shopping more convenient for the customer. And Magento supports them for free, while useful extensions like Multiple Wishlist are also available.
When it comes to building your website, which content management system (CMS) will work better for you, WordPress or Wix?
This is a question repeatedly asked by aspiring website owners, and the answer ultimately boils down to what you are looking to get out of your website.
The quest for ranking high your WordPress page in Google, Bing and other search engines is hard. It takes facing SEO challenges with the right tools, plugins and extensions. Amidst this battle, though, small bloggers and giant companies alike can rely on the same ally: content. And a sure tool to deliver it is the Glossary powered by Tooltips.
Expert and member directories are essential for WordPress sites, because they are excellent organization tools. Member directories allow users to build an extensive directory with detailed profiles and information on specific people. A member directory allows people to be organized and categorized for specific niches to better improve each WordPress site.
A calendar is a helpful feature for any WordPress site, but choosing the right calendar is easier said than done. Calendars are important but often overlooked elements of a website, but they are organization tools for online businesses. These Booking calendar plugins all offer a wide variety of interactive features and can meet your website’s calendar needs.
In the age of the Internet, people not only have the ability to buy and sell goods, but they have the ability to review and spread information about online products. Customer reviews are a major part of websites today, since they provide helpful feedback and information to consumers. Customer Review WordPress plugins are essential tools for ecommerce stores to be successful.
Choosing a good payment gateway is huge for new and existing Magento stores.
A payment gateway acts as the middleman between the customer and the bank. If this middleman doesn’t do a good job, customers are less likely to shop in your store, not to mention a bad payment gateway can also be a pain for store owners.
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.
You probably already know Magento version 2.0 launched this year. In addition, the Magento team came out with a brand new edition: Enterprise Cloud. Now Magento customers have even more choice and flexibility in deciding how they want to create and manage an online store.
With more choice, though, can come more difficulty in choosing the best Magento ecommerce platform edition.
The ability to save payment information is becoming a necessity in today’s online world. Recurring customers love the option to save payment information for future transactions. This saves having to pull out a credit card and type in the information every time a purchase is made.
How can Magento stores integrate this feature without too much fuss? The answer is an Authorize.net CIM extension.