High-quality products and affordable prices are the simplest ways to differentiate your e-commerce store from other vendors. Unfortunately, e-commerce is fiercely competitive, and a generic or boring online store will make it difficult to sell even the best products.
As the owner of an online store, deciding on an eCommerce hosting plan is a high priority. After all, your website is your business. Without a properly functioning and secure website, your customers will be less likely to buy from you, eventually shutting down your website and possibly your business.
It’s that time again! Time to prep your e-commerce website for holiday traffic. Businesses can expect 120% more website visits on the busiest days of the holiday season. This means customer service, site speed, e-commerce reliability, and security should all be part of your prepping strategy. Continue reading –>
The holidays are right around the corner and business retailers are looking forward to the opportunity to offset prior losses with big holiday sales. In traditional brick-and-mortar stores, the holidays also usually see an increase in thefts and shoplifting as people try to take advantage of the crowds. Continue reading –>
The holidays are fast approaching! If you run an e-commerce site, it’s about to get a lot more traffic. For many retailers, this is the busiest time of the year–and as a small business, it’s imperative that your website is running at peak performance. Continue reading –>
The holidays are coming and that means now is the time to prepare. It’s too late to build promotions and streamline your site and sales pages when the busy season hits, so we’ve compiled a list of holiday ideas designed to boost your e-commerce sales. Continue reading –>
WordPress, the world’s most popular content management system, powers nearly 20% of the Internet’s websites. Once a simple blogging platform, WordPress has evolved into a powerful site building tool capable of meeting almost anyone’s needs. Among the most complicated sites to build on any platform, eCommerce sites rest firmly within the wheelhouse of today’s WordPress developer. So, how can you set up an eCommerce website using WordPress? Continue reading –>
In a previous article, I introduced you to what Softaculous was all about: A utility software in your control panel which automates the installation of website applications. Today I’m going to demonstrate how to install Prestashop, an eCommerce Content Management System. Below is a screenshot of the user view of the Prestashop shopping channel installed without any modification. You can see there is plenty of opportunity to optimize the template to your liking, and I was pleasantly surprised with the amount of documentation available through the back-end to help you. Continue reading –>