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May 17, 2018

7 Cart Abandonment Options for WooCommerce in 2021

You’re here… so you’re likely aware of the staggering statistic stating that close to seventy-percent of all online carts are abandoned. Which also means you recognize cart abandonment as one of the most important problems facing your online store. Not good.. you need some cart abandonment options. So what should you do about cart abandonment? Beka […]

May 16, 2018

Optimize Your WooCommerce Store with Glew Segmentation

Have you already watched Chris Lema, our VP of Product, illuminate the importance of segmenting your customers? If not, invest four minutes in learning how to create a custom segment of your customers using Glew segmentation. In the video, Chris illustrates one of the actions at your disposal when you have control over your data. […]

May 10, 2018

How to Prepare Your Magento Store and Extensions for GDPR

How to Prepare Your Magento Store and Extensions for GDPR

GDPR is about to cause a huge change to data privacy regulations in the EU, starting May 25. Yet while a lot has been said about GDPR, little has been directed at Magento store owners and how GDPR will affect them. Simply installing a plugin may work for some stores, but larger Magento sites are […]

May 08, 2018

10 WordPress Plugins That Use AI and Machine Learning

WordPress AI plugins
The world of WordPress AI is expanding — and there are tons of ways it can help your site. Learn the top 10 WordPress machine learning and AI plugins here.
May 07, 2018

4 Scenarios to Consider WooCommerce Over Shopify

How do you know when to consider WooCommerce over Shopify as the best option? There are a ton of articles that highlight the deep comparisons between these two different platforms. If you haven’t read any of them, I’ll link to some of my favorites toward the bottom of this post. But the point of this […]

May 02, 2018

Before You Start with Squarespace eCommerce, Make Sure You Do Your Research

It was easy. It was fast. So fast they were able to get their store launched in three days. That was the beginning of Ghost Wares, a pottery company named in honor of the pottery scene, featuring Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore, from the 1990 movie, “Ghost.”   If you’re going to get started quickly […]

April 30, 2018

If You’re Upgrading to Magento 2.0, Consider WooCommerce First

In 2016, Magento commissioned FitForCommerce to do a study of the total cost of Magento 2 Enterprise hosting projects. FitForCommerce interviewed close to twenty companies and Magento partners about how much these projects cost, the amount of time to complete, and which factors impacted the schedule and cost, and which didn’t. Their findings are available […]

April 26, 2018

Announcing Partnership with Glew

Announcing Partnership with Glew, the Leader in eCommerce Analytics and Business Intelligence, to Deliver the Industry’s First Platform Dedicated to WooCommerce Stores Nexcess, the market leader in managed hosting and managed application services to SMBs and web professionals, has partnered with Glew, the leader in eCommerce Analytics and Business Intelligence, to bring advanced analytics to […]

April 20, 2018

The Best Landing Page Options for WordPress Users

A look at SaaS Landing Page Apps  Most digital marketing campaigns these days use landing pages. Whether you are running PPC or social media advertisements, landing pages are a great tool to direct customers to purchase or download something. You might even use landing pages for specific sponsorships of podcasts or events. While landing pages […]

April 16, 2018

Will An Automated Backup Save Your WordPress Site In 2018?

Backing up is something people know they should do, but put off until some unspecified day in the future. It never seems urgent and there’s always something more pressing to do. At least, that’s true until the moment disaster strikes and you kick yourself for not backing up sooner.