Recently our team worked hard and now we are introducing new features for Magento 1 and Magento 2 extensions.
More and more store owners decide to go worldwide and spread their influence overseas instead of staying just a local business. It’s wise and profitable, but requires some corrections in SEO strategy and tactics.
Here I’m going to tell you how to avoid the most common mistakes and add a few kudos to your Google rankings!
In March 2016 Yulia Goncharova posted a great article titled “Blog For Magento 2 Store: Extension or Wordpress – How To Choose The Right Solution?”. In the article Yulia put WordPress head-to-head with third-party Blogging extensions for Magento. The pros and cons were discussed and a very useful matrix was presented to help store owners make an informed decision about which option is best for them. In the end, as with all these things there is no one size fits all, the final decision always rests on specific business goals and the content marketing strategy.
Help Desk MX and RMA extensions for Magento 1 now include a few ease and usability features.
Reward Points + Referral program, Page Cache Warmer for Magento 2 gained several improvements both for store managers and customers.
Updates at a glance:
There is an old American tradition to create Gift Registries for big and not so big occasions. Recently this use has spread around the globe and in the United Kingdom, for instance, it’s a common thing to create gift registries for Baby Showers, Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthdays, etc. just like in the USA.
Every eCommerce store needs a proper everyday analytics. It’s really vital to know, if it performs good or there are any issues in order to react immediately.
Market suggests store owners quite advanced analytics solutions, both free and paid: Google Analytics, Kissmetrics, Piwik etc. All of them has a number of pros and cons. Let’s take a quick look at the most popular ones.
Every store owner struggles to expand his/her shop weight on the market. There are a variety of ways to bring this idea to life. And one of the most simple ones is enabling and using product feeds.
According to Wiki, “A product feed or product data feed is a file made up of a list of products and attributes of those products organized so that each product can be displayed, advertised or compared in a unique way. A product feed typically contains a product image, title, product identifier, marketing copy, and product attributes.”
This way, Product Feed is a great additional marketing tool and may be applied in the following channels:
To get the most out of the abovementioned marketing channels, let’s get some basics about them.