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5 Helpful Social Media Metrics for eCommerce Companies

If you maintain active social media accounts for your business (which you definitely should!), metrics matter. Even if you don’t run paid ad campaigns on these social platforms, it would be counterintuitive to put time and effort into something that doesn’t yield positive results. However, with so many different ways to measure social media performance, it can be difficult for retailers to know which strategies are the most beneficial.

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This entry was posted on August 20, 2019 by Nikki Lanzer

Simple eCommerce Automation Recipes Your Business Needs

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This entry was posted on August 19, 2019 by Brent W Peterson

Mobile Optimization: Big Opportunities for Small Screens

Mobile commerce is one of the top concerns of online sellers today. Despite the convenience of mobile devices, roughly 86% of mobile shoppers abandon their cart during the checkout process. The notoriously awful conversion rates of mobile shopping may be due to lengthy forms, security concerns, mobile friendliness, pop-ups, distracting headers, or a plethora of other difficulties.

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This entry was posted on August 13, 2019 by Nikki Lanzer

Why Digital Commerce is the New B2B Differentiator

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This entry was posted on August 08, 2019 by Brent W Peterson

Got Growing Pains? 5 signs your growing business is ready for Magento Commerce

Growth isn't always easy. And some growing pains are inevitable. But others may be a sign that something needs to change.

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This entry was posted on August 07, 2019 by Brent W Peterson

Magento Commerce 2 Migration Learning Resources

As part of our commitment to expand Magento's capabilities and create experts worldwide, as a Magento Certified Partner, Wagento offers the advantage of focused, uninterrupted time, learning classes.

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This entry was posted on August 06, 2019 by Vijay Golani

Adobe Open Source: Let’s Build Something Great Together

Adobe’s commitment to open source software has improved exponentially since the company first announced plans to centralize open source efforts in 2017. After streamlining the submission process for developers and making it easier for people to contribute to projects, Adobe went from being ranked as the 32nd largest corporate open source contributor to the 14th in less than two years.

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This entry was posted on August 01, 2019 by Brent W Peterson
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