Summer has come and on June 30th, 2020, the Magento 1.x eCommerce platform will reach its End of Life (EOL). So, how should online businesses manage the change? Well, let's get this sorted out together!
In today’s digital world and the tough competition, eCommerce has become a requisite for all businesses, big or small. Every online business owner wants a sophisticated eCommerce solution that offers a mixture combination of flexibility, scalability, and extensibility within the fingertips.
Want to engage customers 24/7? Then a Magento development company could help you meet your needs. Although the evolution of technology has given rise to countless open source web app platforms, there is one that is considered not only as of the best but also the number one eCommerce platform for every web store owner. And that’s none other than Magento.
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We’re now living in the era of Magento 2.x, and many e-merchants are faced with a big dilemma whether they should upgrade their existing Magento 1.x version to M 2. Though the majority of the users have already done so, many store owners are yet to upgrade. The post aims to outline the major reasons for moving to Magento 2 ASAP and walk the readers through the step-by-step migration process.
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What’s going on with the Magento 1.x End of Life? How should online businesses manage the change, especially while adapting to new normal as COVID-19 concerns continue? Well, let's get this sorted out together!
In short, you can postpone Magento 2 migration for a while and extend your Magento 1 site’s life during this pandemic and beyond with the help of Nexcess Safe Harbor.
Security is the primary concern for all eCommerce store owners. The best advantage of using Magento for eCommerce stores is the out-of-the-box security of the platform.
Those Magento is delivering security updates to customers regularly, the criminals remain mature. And too many merchants don’t take the risks seriously.
With a wide variety of extensions, Magento CMS can cater to every need of an online store. However, at times these extensions can become a potential security liability. If the developers of these extensions do not pay heed to secure development practices, it could leave them vulnerable. While the core Magento may be secure, these vulnerable extensions could open the doors to hackers. The consequences of this could be a hacked Magento store. Which in turn causes loss of revenue, loss of user trust, store blacklisted by search engines and many more!
What’s going on with the Magento 1.x End of Life, and how should online businesses manage the change? Well, let's get this sorted out together!
Is your Magento online store optimized?
No matter how well optimized your website is, there’s still likely to be some issues that need to be addressed.
These can include technical SEO issues, duplicate content, slow page speed, broken links, or anything else that could be preventing your website from getting all the traffic (and conversions accordingly) it deserves.
Below, you will find the video tutorial by our CEO, Paul, showing how to check and recheck Magento online store for the most common SEO issues, as well as how to fix them.
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Automating your eCommerce business, so that you can scale and grow your business is something every merchant should be aiming for.
Here is the thing. If you are first getting started and set up an online shop on Amazon, Shopify, or Magento, you are probably wearing all the hats and you are doing everything yourself. This is totally fine and works for now. So you might have a couple of orders per day, you receive a notification on your phone; you deliver and manage the inventory. All this is fine except it’s not sustainable when you start to grow.
When your catalog expands to thousands and so do your orders, it becomes practically impossible to manage everything manually. When products, categories, and subcategories grow as a result of increased orders, you need tools and methods that help you automate the process and manage the store easily.
Here, we take a look at a few such tools that simplify Magento 2 store management significantly.