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March 19, 2013

Nexcess Announces New Features for Magento Turpentine Extension

Nexcess, a leading provider of Magento hosting and Magento Platinum Hosting Partner, has added several new features and enhancements to its popular open source Turpentine extension for Magento. Turpentine provides improved Magento compatibility with Varnish, a very fast caching reverse proxy that can significantly increase response times and reduce latency for eCommerce stores built on […]

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March 19, 2013

Live Chat On WordPress, Magento, and ExpressionEngine Sites

Using a live chat widget to establish a direct method of connection between a site’s visitors and its owners or customer relations and sales staff is a great way to increase user engagement, deal immediately with queries from potential customers, and gather useful data. Often, potential customers are ready to convert except for a simple […]

March 04, 2013

Nexcess To Offer Australia-based WordPress, Magento, and ExpressionEngine Hosting

Southfield, MI, March 4, 2013 – Nexcess, a US-based provider of Magento, WordPress, and ExpressionEngine hosting, will be expanding to offer services in Brisbane, Australia effective this month. Nexcess provides services that range from shared (standard) web hosting to enterprise-grade server clusters for high-demand enterprise applications. Founded over a decade ago, Nexcess has grown rapidly, […]

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February 25, 2013

Nexcess To Sponsor Magento Imagine eCommerce 2013 Conference

Southfield, MI, February 25, 2013 – Nexcess, the industry’s leading provider of Magento hosting solutions and a Magento Platinum Hosting Partner, is proud to announce their Diamond-level sponsorship of the 2013 Magento Imagine eCommerce conference. The Magento Imagine eCommerce conference is one of the online retail sector’s most important opportunities to engage with leading international […]

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February 20, 2013

1-Trillion Dollars in eCommerce Sales & Magento's Opportunity to Capture Greater Interest

The eCommerce industry surpassed a trillion-dollars in sales worldwide for 2012, and continues to demonstrate substantial growth. eMarketer reported for the 2012 selling year, B2C eCommerce sales grew by 21.1 percent worldwide,and predicted that sales will increase another 12.3 percent to nearly $1.3 trillion dollars for 2013. [1] Last year, North America lead the way […]

February 15, 2013

Remarketing With Google AdWords To Increase Magento Conversions

Have you ever had that strange experience of visiting a company’s site to look at their products or services and then some time later noticed adverts for that company being displayed on unrelated pages as you browse the web? That happens not because of synchronicity, but because you have been targeted for remarketing, a powerful […]

January 21, 2013

Give WordPress A Boost With Jetpack

One of the first decisions to be made after choosing to use WordPress is where to host it. The two major options are self-hosting or free hosting on the WordPress.com cloud hosting platform. There are advantages to both, but for a business site or a personal site that the user needs to have complete control […]

December 21, 2012

What To Look Forward To In WordPress 3.5

The last major WordPress release was nearly six months ago. It brought with it a host of improvements to the WordPress user and developer experience, including a new theme customizer and better handling of image captions. Never ones to rest on their laurels, the WordPress community is preparing for their second major update of the […]

November 27, 2012

The Microwave Minute

How do you set your microwave to one minute? For some (like the one I used to have at home) you could just press the number 1 and it would start running at one minute. I like that because I’m lazy it’s effecient. Do you press 6 – 0 or 1 – 0 – 0 […]

November 13, 2012

Event Planning With WordPress

Anyone who has organized even a simple social event like a party knows that getting everyone together in the same place at the same time takes a lot of effort. The planning and coordination of larger events like conferences, conventions, or music festivals are orders of magnitude more complex. There is an entire industry dedicated […]