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June 27, 2018

Managed WordPress and Managed WooCommerce Hosting Scope of Support

Nexcess offers numerous ways to reach out for support, ranging from chats, to tickets or phone calls. We have support technicians who know WordPress and WooCommerce. But we have more than that – we have the Most Helpful Humans in Hosting to advise and consult on any WordPress or WooCommerce needs you might have. Support […]

June 26, 2018

5 Ways Managed WooCommerce Hosting Increases Revenue and Makes You Profitable

Slow performance, down times, upgrades, migration, server changes. No, these aren’t Jeopardy categories for the “IT Tournament of Champions”. They’re just a few of the many technical issues and sources of frustration from running an eCommerce website that lead to decreased revenue. Aside from costing you time and peace of mind, all these backend problems […]

June 25, 2018

Technical SEO: How to Increase Traffic to your WordPress Site

When you are building your eCommerce business and want to invest in organic traffic through search engine optimization as a growth and marketing channel, the strategies might seem overwhelming. Luckily, SEO at its core is not complicated. If you build on a platform that already takes SEO best practices into account, you can focus on […]

June 11, 2018

Using Docker for Local WordPress Development

Docker is a company that offers container-based development and services that enable you to deploy Docker for local WordPress development. They offer a free software you can use to leverage containerization in your development process. With Docker, you can build your WordPress sites, web apps, databases, and much more in containers rather than installing the […]

June 04, 2018

Five Common WooCommerce SEO Mistakes And How To Fix Them

Google is a major source of eCommerce traffic, both on the desktop and on mobile. eCommerce store owners can’t afford to ignore search engine optimization, but I come across many sites that would fail even the most basic of SEO audits. Smaller eCommerce stores may not have the resources to hire an SEO specialist, but […]

May 24, 2018

The Only eCommerce KPI Metrics Glossary You’ll Ever Need

If you hear people talking about KPI metrics, or more explicitly eCommerce KPI metrics, and didn’t want to be the one that raised your hand to ask what they were talking about, we have you covered. Let’s begin with a couple of definitions to make sure we’re on the same page as we walk our […]

May 17, 2018

7 Cart Abandonment Options for WooCommerce

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 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 […]