Over the years we have encountered so many fake news and half-truths about website technology that we believe there is great value in sharing some real-world experience of how to run a successful ecommerce website. Our team will try to share some tips and tricks, from basic to more advanced topics based on what we've learned from our clients.
We don't expect everyone to agree with what we say, but its what we believe will help your store and your customers. There are no affiliate links to shite software or services that we can earn a few cents from each click. We only share practices we believe in and actively try to follow.
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So Automatic the parent company of WordPress is on the eve of a significant update from the previous 4.0 branch of the software. Although I’m confident that considerable testing has been done on the core software, and it should be 99.9% fine, your website won’t be. Now is not the […]Read More
We’ve put together some security tips that although are pretty basic are surprisingly not always followed. Like placing an alarm or CCTV on your family home, your less likely of a target compared to the house with no security, so taking the first steps to secure your website is essential. […]Read More
Let’s start by saying that Shopify is an incredible platform. Its had great success with hobbyist entrepreneurs who are starting off their careers selling online. Their simple interface makes it a breeze to set up a new store, import products. The ability to link to PayPal and Stripe is straightforward. […]Read More
Over the years there have been some incredible visually stunning premade WordPress themes available for free and at a premium. Often we browse some of these designs for inspiration for designs for some of the projects we’re workingnon. However visual aesthetics is often the only thing they have going for […]Read More
Sitting in the office and get a phone call from someone interested in using us to help develop their online presence and get them selling online. But from the beginning, they told me how they have already this project started and are looking for us to help finish the project. Now not to be rude, but this just isn’t the way we work, as it always involves inheriting problems other developers/designers have made. Poor code, poor decision making and no joined-up thinking on how to properly implement an e-commerce solution. But here’s the critical problem:Read More