Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Infographic: Magento History and Evolution

History of Magento ( creation date, founder/s) – Started in Los Angeles – Magento’s Founders, Roy Rubin and Yoav Kutner – Started development in 2007 – August 31, 2007, the first public beta version was released – launched on March 31, 2008 under the name Bento – developed by Varien (now Magento, a division of eBay) – eBay announced it had made an investment in Magento in 2010, worth a 49% ownership share of the company.   Magento Evolution ( …

Posted by Jill in Magento History | 0 comments
Friday, April 11th, 2014

Magento Free Module – Improve The Order Export Process

There comes a point, as a store owner, where you want to be able to export your orders and keep track of them separately from the Magento admin interface. Unfortunately, Magento only offers the option to export all orders at once which means you are not able to select random orders for export. Thankfully there is a free module that allows you to select which orders you want to export. It is titled Blue Jalappeño Order Export: This module requires …

Posted by Joel in Magento Order Export | 0 comments
Friday, April 4th, 2014

How to Best Optimize Magento Products: Magento On-Page Product Optimization

One of the most overlooked parts of Magento SEO is on-page product optimization. Online retailers using Magento often neglect the aspect of optimizing each product, especially those that have 500 products or more. This problem arises when retailers use generic product descriptions and images provided by the manufacturer. Other times, online retailers are, lets accept it, lazy or don’t have the time or resources to invest into writing long product descriptions that are unique, relevant, and products that sell themselves. …

Posted by Gentian in Magento SEO | 0 comments
Thursday, March 27th, 2014

What’s Trending: 2014 eCommerce Website Design

As you know, trends in web design are always changing. Ecommerce design is no exception to the rule. Ecommerce design, however, is slightly different because the changes are usually more functional than simply visual or trend based. Ecommerce websites have a simple goal in mind: to make it as easy as possible for users to find and purchase products. Trends in eCommerce, therefore, usually function around trial and error findings about what attracts shoppers and what makes them feel safe …

Posted by Caitlin in eCommerce, Magento eCommerce | 0 comments
Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

Magento Connect Tutorial – DIY Magento Extension Installation

One of the most valuable features of Magento is the ability to install both free and paid modules / extensions without having to use FTP and without having to have any experience working with modules. The feature that makes this possible is called Magento Connect. Please note, in order to use this, you will have to sign up for an account at Magento because all modules that use Magento Connect offer a license key that is available only to logged …

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