We are glad to inform you on latest updates and product improvements we have provided in December 2013.
Why speed up Magento, is what you start asking when you hear lots of people around talking about it. The answer is clear as it is critical to get visitors to stick around your website for a longer time. Fast performance of your on-line store is what makes search easier for a visitor, and his visits more frequent. No mistaking that slow webpage load time can easily turn off visitors. Not to see them clicking over to your competitors, you need to provide for fast and smooth performance of your website. Keeping your customers, content with fast service definitely, is what wins them over and makes them loyal.
Saddled with everyday things you look up and see seasonal holidays at your doorstep with your friends already rushing on a hunt for gifts?
Probably search is the most used module in any online store. Availability of online search at a website greatly simplifies search for products and reduces the time for product choice.
What is a quick Magento search?
Quick search is an opportunity to find a product from any page on the site. Normally the search block is placed so that the customer can easily see it and was able to take advantage of it. A buyer usually sees only a line to enter a query and the “Search” button.
Magento has some features which are necessary for successful promotion of online store in search engines. One of the most important feature is the ability to setup SEO friendly URLs for every products and product categories etc.
The faster the visitor will find the goods – the more likely that it will be the buyer. Every day, consumers are becoming lazier and getting used to the comfortable search technologies of other stores, so the lack of a good search in the online store have a negative impact on sales.
UK developer Tom Robertshaw recently released the latest edition of his quarterly eCommerce survey. The survey looks at all sites in the Alexa 1 Million that are doing eCommerce, then analyzes those sites to identify which platform is being used.