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Paypal vs Stripe: Choosing your Ecommerce Business
By: Zack Kinsley
Stripe and PayPal are the most popular credit card processing companies for Ecommerce because they provide business owners an all in one package when it comes to processing credit card transactions. Back in the day, Ecommerce businesses would need multiple services to process a credit card transaction. Now Stripe and PayPal have solved that headache, but which method of payment is better? Stripe Stripe is the new kid...
Beware of Poodle
By: Jim Jennings
Poodle is the name of a new security vulnerability linked to the SSL (https) protocol (a widely used security measure between two machines operating over the Internet or on an internal network). SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. Here Is What You Need To Know  In support of legacy browsers, the SSL standard is allowed to 'downgrade' to earlier versions of the protocol. A legacy browser is the previous version of an...
By: Kevin Ward
There are thousands of E-Commerce websites at which to shop, making it easy for your site to get lost in the mix. Is your E-Commerce site converting viewers into buyers? What’s the point of having a great E-Commerce site with heavy traffic if your sales having nothing to show for it! Here are 5 simple ways to encourage people to click “purchase”.   1. Keep it Simple Start with the design of your website. No one...
Find out how credit card processing works
By: Dominica Latus
    You just bought something online, “complete transaction” has been clicked and seconds later an email appears in your inbox, “Your order has been confirmed!”  But what happens between those two steps?  There are more steps and people involved that you might think! Let’s Ms. Frizzle this and dive into the credit card processing system:           Whether you are a shopper or an E-commerce website owner, (or anything...
online shopping cart
By: Laura Walsh
Imagine being at the grocery store and having a cart full of groceries that you are ready to buy, but, at the last minute you decide to abandon the shopping trip and leave your cart in the middle of the checkout lane. Other than a confused grocer and some potentially wasted perishable goods, is there a problem with leaving a shopping cart in the middle of a store without buying anything? This question can be applied to...
Ecommerce changes the way the world shops
By: Laura Walsh
The holiday season is upon us! Whether this excites you or not, chances are you have holiday shopping on the brain. Will you head to the mall for the classic holiday-hullabaloo or will you sit in your pajamas with your computer or tablet in the comforts of your own home?   According to the U.S. Census Bureau, more and more people are skipping the mall and choosing online shopping forums, especially during the holiday...
E-Commerce Manufacturing
By: Scott Nushart
Do You Add Value to Your Customers’ Business? Regardless of the type of business you pursue, a great way to obtain and retain clients is to develop a relationship with them where they perceive that you add value to their businesses-and their lives, overall.   To that end, if you take whatever steps you need to take to reduce (or alleviate) the clients’ pain points-those gnawing, nagging pains in the neck that have a...