If you’re an online store owner, you’ve hopefully heeded the advice of pretty much everyone and ensured your store is responsive, because as of May 12th, Google’s new mobile-friendly algorithm is now in full effect.
Amazon has announced that they will be discontinuing the Checkout by Amazon service and are encouraging all Checkout by Amazon merchants to migrate over to the new program, Amazon Pay with Amazon. All 3dcart customers will be able to easily make this transition to Amazon Pay and Amazon will be providing support for this transition to help the process. Here are the important dates:
After May 16, 2016, Google will require that all brand-name products that have an associated GTIN must be accounted for in product data feeds for Google Shopping campaigns. This means that you or your advertisers must ensure that GTINs are entered properly into product data feeds in order to run Offers in Google Shopping campaigns for those products.
Numerous Bigcommerce merchants are on the hunt for a new eCommerce platform after pricing for successful stores were hiked 3-10x more per month.
If you’re starting an online store, odds are you’ve encountered a half dozen or more eCommerce platforms that at first glance, pretty much seem to offer, or at least promise, the same bells and whistles.
In recent months, website builder Wix has garnered a lot of attention – they boast a collection of more than 500 beautiful, advanced templates, all of which support intuitive drag and drop functionality.
A pretty impressive number for any eCommerce platform, and one that’s hard to beat. But [...]
3dcart understands that fast-growing and large businesses expect a level of service that requires extreme customization, time and attention. And while all of our services offer great benefits and consistent results, they’re not the best option for businesses that demand the best of the best.
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Fast-growing, large businesses in need of a high performance, scalable solution can put an end to their tireless search with the release of 3dcart’s Enterprise eCommerce Version, a SaaS based, PCI certified platform designed specifically for high-volume online stores. Custom-designed to address critical-availability scenarios, 3dcart’s new platform can support an unlimited volume of sales and traffic, guaranteeing website infrastructure never plays a role in the loss of a potential sale.
One of the many reasons that Google has remained so successful through the years is because the search engine giant is constantly performing updates to deliver the best service to users. Those updates often cause problems for website owners when their online stores are not on a hosted platform like 3dcart, and they can't keep up with constant updates.
The IRCE (Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition) 10th annual event, held in Chicago is the biggest of its kind. Hosting hundreds of presenters who showcased all aspects of online retail, Ecommerce and merchant solutions, IRCE 2014 has provided the visitors with a glance of state of the art products in just about every field in the industry. There were a number of threads and themes during the convention, especially the whirlwinds of change that mobile commerce has brought into play.
Sometimes companies create broad, and often arbitrary, marketing messages to pry new business from their competitors. As a 3dcart user, you have probably seen it: ecommerce software and shopping cart platforms boasting that their merchants “sell more” or that they’re "the best shopping cart” around. Some are cautious about their claims while others outright promise that you will sell more. But what measures are shopping cart software companies using to determine how their platform boosts[...]
If you’re thinking about what is next for your business, consider going online. eCommerce rose 12% in the first quarter of 2014 and is projected to surpass $150 billion by 2018. But don’t think going online means you have to sacrifice your physical store location (s). Your new online business should be a complementary extension of your existing brand. So what are the benefits of your new online venture?
Have you ever thought about what would happen if you couldn't actually access everything available on the web? What if some time in the future, you'll have to pay a certain fee in order to use Facebook or how would it make you feel if your Internet Provider told you that you're website was too busy, and in order to allow customers to continue to access your website, it was time to PAY UP?
It’s almost halfway through 2014 and if your online store isn't mobile accessible, you’re missing out on some serious sales potential. Ecommerce trends predict mobile sales, which increased by double-digit % over the last few years, to skyrocket online businesses into the black. Mobile shopping customers gravitate towards easy -to-find stores and stores that make mobile purchasing easy. Let’s get your online store on the highly profitable mobile bandwagon.
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