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Posted by: Chris McIntosh Posted on: 2018-04-18 Posted under:

Six 2018 Trends For The Ecommerce Industry

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It is no secret that e-commerce is a big business that’s getting bigger. Conservative opinions predict online retail sales or online shops are expected to reach $4.5 trillion1 by 2021!
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Posted by: Chris McIntosh Posted on: 2018-04-13 Posted under:

Top 4 Reasons Why We Must Have Chatbots In E-commerce.

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Today, with more and more opportunities that consumers have online, switching your business online or e-commerce portal is a must-do rather than just a possibility. E-commerce allows companies, entrepreneurs, SMEs to deliver a better shopping experience to every potential client and thus, contribute to increase in sales and overall customer satisfaction. Today we are going to discuss a not-so-fresh but yet trendy feature of electronic commerce that is widely known as chatbot, its main features, and figure out whether it is effective or not.
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Posted by: Chris McIntosh Posted on: 2018-04-12 Posted under: Drupal

Building a Live Page builder for Drupal 8 -- Images

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Things have been really busy around Wembassy since we won 2nd place at the Drupal Hackathon in Manilla.  One of those things was learning some new technology to help us supercharge our work with creating Drupal's first Live page editor.
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Posted by: Chris McIntosh Posted on: 2018-04-11 Posted under:

9 Benefits of Continuous Integration

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Before we immerse in the 9 benefits, we need to know first what is Continuous Integration? Is it different from Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment?
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Posted by: Chris McIntosh Posted on: 2018-02-05 Posted under:

Drupal Ecommerce Better ROI with Analytics

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There are many powerful tools available for tracking and analyzing your visitors' behaviors on your website. So once you spent all of the time, effort, and budget on building your new Drupal or Magento site, how do you go about ensuring that your ROI is good enough for that effort? In this blog, we will go through the simple steps needed and using tools in conjunction to improve your website's ROI through analytics. Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel, and Mautic are all powerful tools for analyzing and tracking traffic and your visitor's behavior while they are on your website. However, did you know you can take things a step further and track behavior they are taking when they may not be directly on your site? In this post, I will be walking you through the basic process of setting up Google Analytics sales goals and funnels to help you gather the best insights from your online business data.
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Posted by: Chris McIntosh Posted on: 2018-01-23 Posted under:

Mautic vs Webforms comparison

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With more and more sites becoming decoupled and using various front-end frameworks like React or Angular to create an enhanced web experience there is a need for tools that do the same for the various forms on a site, this is where Mautic shines. Today I will be doing a feature comparison and explaining why using Mautic as your form builder will be the right move going forward.
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Posted by: Chris McIntosh Posted on: 2018-01-22 Posted under:

Local Development: Getting Started with DrupalVM

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This last year has seen a lot of improvements to the toolsets that local developers have access to when developing Drupal projects. As Drupal as a framework has grown and new technologies like Twig and Symfony2 added to the CMS a new workflow has emerged as the preferred method. Today we will be going over using DrupalVM as your local development environment and the benefits it has.
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Posted by: Chris McIntosh Posted on: 2018-01-20 Posted under: Non-Profit

A beginners guide to caching in Drupal 8

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Caching is a popular technique to optimize the performance of a website. It is a process that stores web data (HTML, CSS, Image) in some accessible space. Moreover, a cache is a detailed information of a validity of a resource. This information defines for how long the resource is valid and should not be considered stale. The information can be stored at every level right from the original server to intermediate proxies to the browser.
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Posted by: Chris McIntosh Posted on: 2018-01-19 Posted under:

10 Colors you should be using for your Ecommerce site

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Color psychology is a fascinating and complex topic. It’s influence on how we perceive the environment can be subtle or overpowering.
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Posted by: Chris McIntosh Posted on: 2018-01-19 Posted under: Ecommerce

Product Placement Strategies that convert

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Do you remember the last time you clicked on a banner advertisement? No, well if your having trouble remembering or your answer is never, don't worry you are not alone.
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