WordPress Ecommerce: 7 ways to improve your bottom line

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WordPress is a solid, flexible and scalable choice for your WordPress Ecommerce website. You’re probably already using WooCommerce to power your WordPress Ecommerce shop but what can you do to really improve your Ecommerce revenue through your WordPress site? Here’s what you can do to really get your profits up. Speed your WordPress Ecommerce site…

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GDPR Compliance for WooCommerce

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On 25th May, 2018, Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes law across all EU countries (and yes, despite Brexit that does include the UK for the foreseeable future!) If you’re running a WordPress ecommerce website using Woocommerce, you might be wondering what you’ll need to do to make yourself compliant; after all, ecommerce involves…

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Why Do I Need Website Maintenance?

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Websites are often designed, built and delivered with website maintenance being an afterthought, or not at all. After the amendment period (ours is 30 days, which is about industry average) the website's all yours to do with as you see fit. It's at this point websites usually get left to their own devices; blogs with... Read More

TechCrunch Reports “Facebook API Voted Worst”

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Thought I’d make a quick comment on this story in TechCrunch. Basically, the take home message is that Facebook’s API is worse than Google’s (it wasn’t clear from the article whether this was one of their APIs or all; I’d assume all), Twitter’s, PayPal’s and a number of others. Personally I think this is an…

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Digitalks Cheltenham – July

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Having let the dusk settle and having taken time to think about it (well, it has been a week!) I feel like I should post about my view of last week’s Digitalks as an organiser. As usual we ran the event upstairs in the D’Fly; a venue which continues to provide a good home for…

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Website Chat Clients

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There are a multitude of online sales chat & online support clients out there which, when installed on your website, allow you to communicate in real-time with your visitors. “Great!” you may think “I can talk to all my visitors, provide great customer service and increase my conversion rate!”. This post is all about describing…

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Longcat is Long

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A really interesting use of Twitter! This popped into my feed a little earlier today, retweeted by someone I follow (@markjames19). Check out the coordinated profile pictures.

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