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  Turbo Lister eBay’s very own listing tool has been a major part of the eBay community from the early 2000’s.  eBay sadly discontinued the widely used listing tool in June this year, no longer offering support for it and letting the users find alternative solution for themselves. JTI (JustTemplateIT) is not just a design […]

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Recently, Chrome began shipping with Flash disabled by default.  Normally this is fine, as Flash is on it’s way out, but not for those who administer Magento 1.9.x sites.  If you use the latest Chrome and log into the backend of your Magento site to edit product images, you might see something like this: Instead […]

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Photobucket for many years has been a favourite amongst online sellers. A place to store your images for free and be able to use these images on eBay, Amazon, your own website, Facebook and Twitter. However, from June 20th they have moved to a paid service. An expensive hype when the service will set you […]

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Many site admins have asked me, “How do I set up taxes in Magento now that the UK is leaving the EU?” First and foremost, you can leave it how it is for the moment. In the coming months and years the changes will come. The change mainly affects sites that have a large volume […]

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Although this news was being talked about for many months it was the surprise at how quickly it followed the Google local search changes that again had major impacts on businesses (showing only 3 results in the search page rather than the previous 7) Removing the right hand side adverts puts more pressure on the […]

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You may have heard people talking about “Drop Shipping” and making references to ‘data feeds’ in the same sentence.  What is it all about? Drop shipping has made sellers lives easier because it removes the need of storing and packing of the products (fulfilment of orders).  It has become a very common practice in recent […]

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In Today’s blog we will be discussing the Abandoned Checkout, about how people change their mind before purchasing. Reasons why it happens? and how to lower the percentage of this happening in the future. My purpose is to help you convert this data into sales! I will split this blog into two. Concentrating my efforts […]

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A follow up to last weeks blog I wrote on “Mobilegeddon” please review a blog by Chris Crum here he outlines actual results of those sites and their percentage losses of traffic since the update along with a list of the successful sites who have improved their rankings for ensuring their sites were mobile compatible. “The […]

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The update today from Google will no doubt send ripples across the web as tentatively businesses wait  for whether their websites are deemed mobile-friendly and if not suffer the consequences and drop down  the search rankings and therefore reduce the number of visitors to their sites. People can check whether their website is classed as mobile-friendly […]

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The eCommerce business is expanding in a huge rate every year. Continuous development and the ever changing requirements are shaping the market day by day and ensuring its competitive for all. Taking a look on recent surveys we found out which is the most popular of the different eCommerce website platforms and what kind of […]

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