Cart abandonment is a large issue for just about every ecommerce store. On average, over 60% of carts are left to die before checkout is complete. There are a lot of reasons for this, including unexpected costs or customers just wanting to get detailed prices for comparison.
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Git merging and branching is always an issue, and without Git-flow things can get complicated. Here are some simple rules we go by at Wagento.
Did you know we are running out of helium in the world? And soon we might not even have Clint Eastwood! At least the number of ecommerce stores is growing. But increasing competition with ecommerce stores makes it harder to have your company stand out. Oh powerful Google – please come to our aid!
Google created “Google Trusted Stores” to help make your company become a rose in a field of daisies. A Google trusted store is one that Google has recognized worthy of their trademarked “Trusted Store” badge that says, “Hey, this store is top-notch!” Well, the badge doesn't actually say that but it's implied. In fact, when you hover over the badge you will get a hover-image that shows the store's shipping and customer satisfaction history.
Payment gateways. Payment processors. Same thing, right? Well, not quite. If you’ve found your way to our blog then odds are you know a bit about ecommerce or you’re at least interested enough to spend your time checking out this awesome article. With that in mind it would be advantageous for you to know the difference between payment gateways and payment processors (the latter often referred to as acquirers).
How often do you take advantage of the unique marketplace that is Pinterest? Nowadays, most people who own and operate an ecommerce site have familiarized themselves with social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook but recently it is Pinterest that is showing great strides of growth.
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