5 Reasons Your Conversion Rate Still Sucks

Underneath all the metrics and analysis, your website’s conversion rate is the number that matters most. How many people actually end up purchasing one of your products or services? It’s the ultimate business benchmark, but unfortunately, many companies aren’t reaching their full potential when it comes to conversions. There are many reasons why your conversion… Read More

My Takeaways from Magento Imagine 2016...

Exceeding customer expectations. Over-deliver. Think of what the customer wants, not yourself. These were some of the pillars of Earvin “Magic” Johnson’s success, highlighted during his keynote speech during Magento Imagine 2016. Johnson exemplified these pillars throughout his speech, avoiding the stage entirely as he walked through the audience, engaging people, and taking the time…Read More

We’re Pumped for Next Week’s Imagi...

Magento’s Imagine conference is right around the corner, and thousands of ecommerce innovators will soon be in Las Vegas to network, share ideas and discuss all things Magento. There’s a lot to check out at this year’s event, and developers, marketers, designers and salespeople all have something to be excited about. NBA legend Magic Johnson…Read More

Net@Work Founders Announce Acquisition of Mage...

As a Net@Work “sister company,” Pixafy Services, LLC, to lead the company’s Web and eCommerce practice. New York, NY – January 12, 2016 –The founders of business technology firm Net@Work today announced that they have acquired the eCommerce practice of Pixafy, a Magento Gold Partner specializing in developing world class eCommerce websites. Pixafy Services, LLC…Read More

7 Key Magento 2 SEO Improvements – An Ov...

Magento has already provided great SEO features when it comes to SEO for ecommerce websites. Magento by default is loaded with basic (and some advanced) SEO features which are very easy to configure and update. Along with Magento 1’s default SEO configurations, there are some key improvements in the recently released Magento 2: 1. The…Read More

How to Stop WordPress Comments Spam with Googl...

The spam that you see in the comments section is one of the most annoying issues when it comes to the WordPress blog platform. There are hundreds of software that exist to crawl the website. Most of them are built on CMS platforms like WordPress and submit spam comments automatically. There are many ways to…Read More

eCommerce Shipping: 10 Tools & Tips For G...

As online businesses grow, shipping is often the first thing to break. It makes sense. What works when you’re processing 20 orders per week almost certainly isn’t robust enough to handle a bump up to 1,000s of orders per week. What’s a time-strapped online entrepreneur to do? Invest in a third-party logistics provider? Install thousands…Read More

Searching the WordPress Codex Effectively: Par...

In part 1 of our series on “Searching the WordPress Codex Effectively,” we went over some of the most common structures in WP functions – knowing these structures will help you when searching and using them from the Codex. Now, what if you have found what you’re looking for in the Codex, copied and pasted the line of PHP from…Read More

How to future-proof links so they remain dynam...

Now, what exactly does it mean to have a site that’s dynamic, or in our case, ensuring that our code or content is dynamic? Why should we care about dynamic and WordPress? Aside from it’s literal meaning, dynamic, in terms of WordPress, is ensuring that the code and content of a site is easily manageable…Read More