The Ultimate LemonStand Ecommerce Review 2014 – Updated October 2014

LemonStand Review

Updated October 28th, 2014 The review below was originally published July 25, 2013. Since then LemonStand have made some changes to their platform, and therefore we have decided to revisit the site and update our review. —

Introduction

Danny Halarewich founded LemonStand in Vancouver, Canada in 2010. The company provides a web-based ecommerce solution. They currently power more than 2,000 online stores, and some of their biggest clients include companies such as Zippo, Raen, and Orb. Read on to see if this platform will meet your needs or if you should be looking at the products offered by their competitors. Continue reading

7 Best Free WordPress Ecommerce Plug-ins

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WordPress has started its journey as a blogging platform, but now it’s being used as a robust solution for building eCommerce sites. The powerful plug-in architecture of WordPress makes it possible for anyone to transform an ordinary site into a fully-fledged digital shop.

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12 e-Commerce Sites with the Most Inspirational Checkouts

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So you have an e-Commerce site or are building one, and you’re wondering “What can I do to increase my conversion rates?” Well, then this post is for you! And while you’re at it, you might want to read this one as well: How to Improve Your Conversions (Even if You Have None).

Here is a list of e-Commerce sites offering the most inspirational checkouts; the websites in this list have got their checkouts absolutely right and will give you a clear idea of how you can go about designing a checkout page that will increase conversions by turning visitors into customers:

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BigCommerce vs Shopify: The Ultimate Comparison

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So, you’ve decided to start an online business. You’ve decided on idea for a product niche, you’ve done some research into the logistics of where you’ll source your products, you’ve done some market research into who the typical buyers are for your products, and you’ve looked at competitive options. With that, all the hard work is done right? Well it might not be. You still have to build your website.

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