Top 3 Advice for Starting Your Online Store

More and more people are getting attracted to the idea of running their own business, being their own boss and forgetting about the 9-5 working day. Many bootstrappers are finding ways to succeed in the eCommerce sector, and this stimulates the others to pursue their success as well.
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3 Tools That Will Help You Turn Fraudulent Orders Down to 0

October 19, 2015
The successful growth of eCommerce businesses depends significantly on concentrating to optimize revenue and profits. Đ•very retailer will encounter trouble with fraudulent orders that may impede their profit maximization at a given point. Sadly, there is no way to go around it. Or is there?
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10 High Impact OpenCart Modules To Help You Sell More

Meeting your customers expectations has always been a key part in running a successful online business. Completing this task is not always an easy job. To achieve maximum results and stay on top of the competition, you would need the right set of tools. Choosing amongst the large variety of extensions and plugins can be a tedious task. This blog post will show you our carefully picked 10 OpenCart extensions to help you increase your sales and customer satisfaction.
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The Art of Mastering Product Returns

Having a refund policy of any type is vital for the success and growth of your business, especially in the field of e-commerce. Ensuring your customers that they will be able to return their products , if they are not satisfied with them, for either an exchange, store credit or a complete refund, will help you build loyalty, security and reliability towards your online business. In this blogpost we will concentrate on the most common reasons for product returns, give you some ideas on how to reduce and avoid them. Towards the end of the article you will find some bizarre and absurd reasons for returned products which were actually used (and some of them even worked!)
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The Essential Guide to Good bots, Content Harvesters and Comment Spammers

Based on the report of Incapsula in 2014, 56% of the internet traffic was generated by bots. Bots are considered to be automated software applications performing repetitive work in Internet. These programs usually perform the most mundane and time consuming tasks in internet. In this article we are going to present the two faces of bots usage: benefits of properly using the good bots and the awareness and potential protection from the bad bots: content harvesters and comment spammers.
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Sales Techniques That Work: Up-sell, Cross-sell, Down-sell

In this article, I will introduce you some techniques which will help you to increase your sales and help your business to grow. You have probably heard before for up-sell, cross-sell and down-sell, but do you really know how to use them? No? I will try to explain you shortly in this article.
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Seven Ideas for Personalized Customer Experience in eCommerce

Imagine now that you assign a personal consultant to each one of your visitors that guides them throughout their personal motivation of being on your website
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Turn your OpenCart store into an E-marketplace with Multimerch

After establishing your OpenCart store, you start searching for better solutions on how to expand and make it more profitable. Have you ever thought about merchandising your store? Turning it into an online marketplace where third parties vendors can sell their goods? If it is managed in a proper way, your multi-vendor online shop can be turned into a gold mine. A great solution for such a task is the MultiMerch extension. It will benefit both you as a store owner and as well any seller looking to find a marketplace. In this article we will focus on business advantages that offer a multi-vendor store and MultiMerch-applied approach as an example.
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How to survive Google Mobilegeddon and benefit from it. OpenCart edition.

Recently Google launched the newest update to their searching algorithm targeted to make the web a more pleasant place for mobile and tablet users. It quickly became the talk of the internet and started being referred as the Mobilegeddon, since a lot of websites were going to see their mobile traffic drift away.
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