Category Archive for "Ecommerce"

Taking Payments Through Your Website

Taking payments for products or services through your website gives you and your customers convenience, but what is actually involved in doing this and what will it cost? To take payments online you need an E-commerce merchant bank account and

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Online Security For Your Business

As most of us are now pretty tech-savie, we are all being taught about online safety. We’ve all heard the warnings about not giving out your PIN or password and watching out for fake emails from your bank. Everyone is

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Choosing a Shipping Model for your E-Commerce Website

One of the biggest challenges with e-commerce is deciding what shipping model to use and what prices you should charge for your postage and packaging. No matter what company you use for parcel delivery, it is unlikely that the cost

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New Distance Selling Regulations 2014

If you sell anything online then you will already be aware of the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 which you have to comply with. As with anything to do with the Internet, times change and things need to be

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Selling on Amazon; What You Should Be Aware Of

Anyone selling unique, hobby or niche products will particularly benefit from selling on Amazon. It might seem like an easy decision to make, but here are some hurdles you might not have considered. Adding Your Products Products are only allowed

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Amazon Image Requirements

All products listed for sale on Amazon are required to have a photograph which accurately represents the product. A main image is required for both the parent and child products, so if you have one product in many different colours,

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A few things you didn’t know about Amazon

Amazon first went online in 1995, starting as a book store, but quickly expanded into selling lots more. Relentless.com was one of the possible names that was bought to be used for the book store. The domain name still takes

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Will Better Ecommerce Photography Make You Rich?

This month, I’ve been super busy supporting Ecommerce customers as well as running my own online retail store. With little time for blogging myself, I invited Stafford photographer, Daniel Cadden to discuss the relationship between Ecommerce and Product Photography. Daniel

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Local Delivery Postcodes in WooCommerce

I’ve been trying to set up a website for somebody who wants to offer free delivery in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. They have provided a list of postcodes that they want to offer free delivery to. WooCommerce currently has support for

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Magento and Duplicate Content

When pages with the same (or very similar) content exist as different URLs, this is duplicate content.  Google can detect this and may decide to list only one of the URLs in its search results. In Magento, products can be

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