Reasons Why You Won’t Make It in Ecommerce

By Yan Kulakov, November 9th, 2017 in Articles, Guest posts, Tips and tricks

Hello!

Presenting an article by John Stevens, a web hosting expert on hosting companies from around the world. John tells you about why your online business can fail.

John Stevens John is a web hosting expert on different hosting companies from around the world. He loves to code websites, make them visually appealing as well as improving them UX wise.

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Expert Tips: How to Choose Hosting for CS-Cart

By Yan Kulakov, November 8th, 2017 in Articles, Guest posts, Tips and tricks

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Our friends from Simtech Development shared another useful article by their hosting and security engineer Gleb Goncharov. This time Gleb tells about different types of hostings and about how to choose the right one for CS-Cart. Read the rest of this entry »

Introducing CS-Cart and Multi-Vendor 4.6.3 with Lots of Admin and Customer Fixes

By Yan Kulakov, October 31st, 2017 in CS-Cart releases, News and announcements

Hello,

The new CS-Cart version is here—meet CS-Cart and Multi-Vendor 4.6.3.

This one is a patch, so it mostly includes bug fixes. We continue working on the product variations functionality, plus we’ve fixed several issues detected by our customers, updated the USPS shipping method, and optimized the Multi-Vendor installation.
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Your Online Store Needs a Blog in 2017

By Yan Kulakov, October 13th, 2017 in Guest posts

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Today, we’d like to share with you amazing infographics provided by Josh Wardini, Community Manager at Webmastersjury. The infographics shows the history and advantages of blogging. Giving the floor to Josh.

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How to Increase Conversion with On-Site Search

By Yan Kulakov, October 12th, 2017 in Guest posts, Tips and tricks

On-Site Search is Your Customers’ Personal Assistant

They say that running an offline store and online store is absolutely different. Probably in some cases. But there are basic things that are canonic for both ways and cannot be neglected.

Imagine yourself searching for some boots or a dress. You come in the store with thousands of products and there is no one there! You start searching without being sure that this store even has something you need or at least something close to it. What are the chances you will buy there? Nobody knows.

But if you have a personal assistant by your side who can shortcut you to the product or help you with variants that can suit your needs, you are more likely to make a purchase.

Your on-site search is the personal assistant that grabs a visitor by the hand and leads to the product. This is the best tool to organize visitors journey in your store.
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