Over 74 million sites depend on the WordPress platform to host their blogs, sell their products or just write their daily musings for the world to see. When you get started building your ecommerce website you certainly have lots of choices to make, and WordPress ties into this. Which of the standout ecommerce platforms will you choose? Are you planning on grabbing a theme to sell your products or is there someone you can pay to build the site from scratch? Heck, what do you even plan on selling through your ecommerce website?
When you put your products out there, you have to have your targeted audience in mind and to make sure your theme suits the niche. Look for a design that showcases your products, but it’s easy to navigate, simple to shop around and is responsive. Most of the following ecommerce themes will work perfectly for any store and some of them are more targeted, so choose the one that fits your products best.
You're probably reading this because you're in the process of setting up or migrating an ecommerce store and are looking for suitable options. While WordPress is widely known as the most popular blogging platform, it can be made to work as a reasonably powerful ecommerce platform too, using any one of the ecommerce plugins like WooCommerce, Jigoshop, and lots of other free ecommerce WordPress plugins.
One of the best free data analysis tools out there is without a doubt Google Analytics. It's also a favorite topic of conversation, so, before we proceed further, you might want to check out our previous “discussion” about how to use analytics and research before and after opening an online shop.
After researching for more than two weeks, it's finally done! Here are the best 100 business blogs about ecommerce, SEO, conversions and marketing, and the most popular articles from each one. It's a comprehensive list of tremendous resources, so please make sure you bookmark it for later reference if you don't have 48h straight to binge it right now. Also, please consider to tweet or share it on Facebook if you think it's a valuable resource.
On the web, many developers and technology enthusiasts will remember April, 2014 for the rest of their lives, as will millions of webmasters all across the world. A global security breach in an public open-source library called OpenSSL was discovered, and it shook everyone who crossed its path.
I like podcasts for the simple reason that quite often I can relate much better to other people talking than just words on a page. I can hear their voice, and there is this spontaneity that is hard to find in written texts (not that they don't prepare in advance for the podcasts too).