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The wealth of information sharing on the internet has elevated eLearning into one of the most popular ways for people to explore topics that interest them and obtain new skills.
And really, it’s only natural that eLearning is growing so rapidly. Because of it, people who are passionate about teaching now easily share what they know, and audiences now quickly find the material they want. Plus, due to the countless numbers of courses being created all the time, there are eLearning subjects for virtually everything.
You’re confused and clicking through a website while trying to find some information to make a purchasing decision, and then you find it, their Ecommerce FAQ page.
It’s a happy discovery, you’ve been feeling impatient and just want to know what you came to learn. After reading the FAQ, your pressing questions have been answered, and you’re better informed to make smart decisions.
Magento was developed in 2007, released in 2008, and is currently the most popular Ecommerce platform in the world—there’s three bonus Magento facts for you, right out the gate.
Jokes aside, we’ve made it clear that at CreativeMinds we’re big fans of Magento, and after working with the platform for years, we’ve understandably become very familiar with it.
Search-engine friendly websites are the ones that always earn better rankings in query results, and naturally draw higher web traffic.
That’s why excellent search-engine optimization (SEO) is such a vital aspect of website management. But understanding the importance of good SEO is only the first step in understanding how to successfully implement SEO practices.
Here at CreativeMinds we’re accustomed to getting a lot of questions about how to find WordPress themes, and understandably so.
Just think about it.
There are thousands of themes to choose from, and that’s before you even begin looking outside of the WordPress marketplace. Not to mention, the theme you choose plays a vital part in how your website looks and operates.
There’s a lot of talk (and controversy) about title optimization nowadays. On one hand, SEO specialists argue that tuning your title can increase traffic. On the other, critics are fast to associate it with predatory click bait that turns away audience.
But it’s important to contextualize the discussion and remember that title optimization involve many possible strategies.
Most Search Engine Optimizers agree that the fundamentally most important thing with SEO is getting a good, catchy, keyword that people want to know more about.
With a flashy and memory grabbing keyword, half the battle is done for you!
Ecommerce sales representatives are the smiling face of countless online businesses.
These are the people working directly with customers to determine their needs, and find the best solutions for them. They’re experts at seeking out new leads to drive business, and ensuring that sales processes go smoothly.
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.
We’re getting well into the new year, and online store owners are already looking to the future through Ecommerce predictions.
After all, following the trends and changes of an industry is an excellent way to get ahead of the competition, and with Ecommerce it’s no different.
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.