At the end of April (25-28), the city of Opatija, Croatia plays host to the annual Developers Paradise Conference. The event is calling on crazy Magento ones and bringing together around 150 of Magento developers and leaders. ReadMore
The blog post is written by our partners Best Response Media – a digital marketing agency based in Central London. They were founded in 2009 and since then have grown to work with over 200 clients providing a range of Magento and digital marketing services.
Migrating to a new ecommerce platform, such as Magento 2, is a big move.
There are many factors to consider, and precise planning and professional implementation are crucial. Magento 2 offers the next generation of digital commerce, with new and improved features that allow you to improve the user experience and fully optimize your site. If done properly, your ecommerce site (and bank account) will reap the rewards. But if not, this could lead to a dramatic drop in traffic and revenue.
Whilst migrating from Magento 1.9 to Magento 2 should be quite straight-forward, the following steps still need to be considered. There are a variety of migration resources and a whitepaper available from Magento to ensure a smooth transition. If you’re migrating to Magento 2 from an alternative platform, this is likely to be a bigger yet still manageable task. As long as it’s carefully planned and executed!
Below we run through 6 ways that you could lose traffic and revenue when migrating to Magento 2. These avoidable mistakes can have a negative impact on your site whether you’re migrating from an older Magento platform, or from a variety of alternative platforms such as WooCommerce, Shopify, BigCommerce etc. ReadMore
Magento 2 is out and promises to be the most advanced ecommerce platform. If you’re thinking to give it a try, but need more facts about its capabilities – you’ve got to the right place. All the truth about Magento 2 SEOpotentials is here.
As the holidays wrap up, it’s just the right time to give your business a refresh. Follow ecommerce changes, take warning by the missteps you did in 2015 and develop a clear strategy for the new year. ReadMore
As 2015 draws to a close, it is a good time to take a look back at some of its highlights.
Definitely, it was a big year for the whole Magento industry. Also, it was an interesting, challenging and very productive year for us, the MageWorx team.
In this post, I’ve summed up all 2015 moments that got us excited and inspired us the most. This is a brief recap of why this year has been so special for us (and why we think 2016 will be even better). ReadMore
As Christmas nears, shopping malls look much like a beehive or every-man’s-nightmare: huge crowds fighting for a bargain, endless checkout lines and overcrowded car parks. The final flourish is YOU, carrying a bunch of bags and boxes through multiple stores or dragging kids in and out of shops.ReadMore
The tedious job of checkout in eCommerce business is an obstacle for many customers. The fact is, most customers suspend their order placement during checkout feeling the procedure is lengthy or complicated. Meaning that, you need to improve a lot of things to make it user-friendly. After all, bouncing back shoppers can harms your business sales.
So, why online visitors skip finishing the purchasing process? ReadMore
A lot has been said and written about the importance of the end-of-year shopping season for eCommerce retailers.
We have decided not to write another boring ‘how-to’ post on how to prepare your online store for Black Friday or Christmas.
Instead, we’ve analyzed the latest eCommerce trends and summed up all the key points in this infographics. It will help you shape a better sales game plan and get most out of the upcoming sales season.