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It is our responsibility as website designers to deal with legislation. GDPR is a threat and a legal requirement to you as a business owner.  Unlike any other law this applies to every single business in the UK including startups and businesses with just one person. Not heard about it? There have been adverts running […]

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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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  Adobe Flash, perhaps the world’s most loathed software, is finally dead. Basically, it’s been on its way out for years, but it recently received one of its major and final blows when Google and Mozilla decided to kill Flash ads in their browsers, whilst online marketplaces such as eBay have also removed Adobe Flash […]

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You might think that investing into a Live Chat feature is just for companies who have a lot of extra income to spend.  Or for those people who sell large bulky items that always come with questions.  For example you sell Hot Tubs and would like to know “How do I get the hot tub […]

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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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It seemed it was only 12 months ago when eBay announced it was closing its Magento Go platform which if you recall was the starter package offered for SME businesses. Now Amazon has informed via email that it plans to shut down its Amazon Webstore business with immediate effect on new prospects and existing clients […]

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Greetings and Happy New Year to all our Ad-Lister users and may 2015 bring you all business success and growth in the year ahead! Along with the New Year your favourite e-bay listing tool has had a few new improvements, and this following article will briefly describe each of them along with future plans for […]

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Working with Woocommerce should not be a hassle, and anybody familiar with WordPress sites will appreciate the ease of use WooCommerce has brought to WordPress. For those who don’t know, WooCommerce is the most popular open-source e-commerce plugin for WordPress.   WooCommerce is a relative newcomer on the e-commerce scene but has already attracted a large […]

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