http://www.bloggingtips.com - Opening up a conventional brick-and-mortar retail store can be a very expensive endeavor. You have to rent the space, buy all those fixtures, and pay for your monthly utilities… and even then, you’re largely restricted to just local customers. This is why so many companies have decided to open online stores instead, either independently or in tandem with their brick-and-mortar locations. Maintenance costs are far lower and you can reach a worldwide customer base. If you’ve been thinking about getting into e-commerce, then you should take a serious look at PrestaShop, a free e-ecommerce solution that “provides everything you need to open, operate and maintain a successful online store.” E-Commerce Made Easy To provide your customers with the “best e-comm
http://www.bloggingtipstoday.com - Hey! You are welcome to another edition on the “Expert Chat” Section of Blogging Tips Today where we get to have a chat with various Experts in the blogosphere on a “single” particular topic; it is really great to have you here. Today on expert chat, our guest is Adam Connell of Blogging Wizard. He is […] Continue Reading...This article is copyright © Blogging Tips Today
http://www.bloggingtips.com - In the fast-paced world of Internet commerce, web design trends come and go on a constant basis. The top trends that we’ve seen so far build on trends from the previous year and give us a glimpse of what’s to come in the future. There’s a greater emphasis than ever on user-friendly design, cultural influences, and the use of Smartphone and tablet devices. Top 6 Web Design Trends of 2014 In this article, we will see some of the top prevalent web design trends of 2014. Here you go: 1. Retina Support The concept of retina support was first seen with Apple’s iPhone 4, which features a crisp, clean screen display. A screen with retina support boasts twice the density for a regular LCD display, which means that there are twice as many digital pixels. Web designers can us
http://www.bloggingtips.com - Online forums have always served as a great place to find new ideas, opinions, and discussions. Long before blogs and social media sites were around, forums gave visitors a great platform to share valuable or interesting information with their peers. You’d have passionate brand loyalists, tech troubleshooters, travel guides and so on in online forums, ready to lend a helping hand to newbies and pros alike. And because these places were actively under the authority of forum moderators, discussions were fluid and to the point; a far cry from today’s unfettered social media comments. Though they are considered remnants of an earlier Internet age, forums played a fundamental role in the development of the Internet and continue to be valuable even in 2014. If you own a forum, it can certainly
http://hotblogtips.com - Recorded just for you… In this post and audiocast (pre-podcast?) I highlight a WordPress Theme blunder on my part, how great customer service turned my frown upside down and the new look for Hot Blog Tips. In preparation for our upcoming podcast, I’m recording audio to accompany our blog posts and I truly believe it’s...The post WordPress Theme Blunder, New Look and Great Service (Audiocast) appeared first on Hot Blog Tips.
http://www.bloggingtips.com - Your blog’s bounce rate is the percentage of all visitors who view a single page and then leave. A ‘bounce’ is defined as a visitor either clicking on the link to a different website, closing the tab or window, entering a new URL, going back, or simply having their session time out, according to the analytical software used to monitor bounce rate. Bounce rate is important because it measures the effectiveness with which your blog captures the attention of visitors. 6 Ways to Decrease Bounce Rate Here are some tips and pointers to keep in mind if you are currently making plans to cut down on your blog’s bounce rate: 1) Enhance Blog Content Better content ensures that visitors will be more easily hooked on your blog and continue navigating through your blog in search of more posts to read.
http://www.bloggingtips.com - In the previous post, I gave you an introduction to tag cloud, its types and how to add them. In this post, we will discuss whether you should display tag clouds on a blog or not. The blogosphere is very much divided about the issue of tag clouds. Let’s see both its advantages and disadvantages. Advantages of a Tag Cloud Content Illustration Some say that adding a tag cloud works better than a search box because the keyword cloud gives a viewer a highlighted illustration of a blog’s content. With a widget, you can show what a viewer could expect to find on a blog. Keyword Classification Sometimes categories are less beneficial than tags as tags are more useful in performing keyword classification. This keyword classification shows not only the reader but the webmaster as well the main key