Whilst only being a small player in the search market, Bing has users. One area where it is aiming to differentiate itself from Google is on expanding how much content from Twitter is reflected in its search results.
Designers are always looking for new ways to make the most of the space available on a website. We all use different computer screen sizes and resolution as well as mobiles and tablets to access the Internet; this makes a one size fits all approach not possible. Over the last few years sites have started to use much more space on the screen and to scroll much deeper than they did in the past.
If you a new seller on eBay, you may have come across the problem of having limits imposed on you by eBay on either the number of listings or the monthly turnover. Managing your stock listings if you are using the stock integration tool of M2E pro between eBay and Magento is often a problem.
Most ecommerce website owners will consider using other platforms on which to sell their products. Typically these may include eBay, Amazon, Not on The High Street and Etsy amongst others.
This week I had a client who needed to get a page on his website to update urgently. When we made the changes on his site they were instant. However he needed the amended page title that was showing when his site appeared in the Google search engine results page to change with the same level or urgency.
In February this year Magento announced that they were not accepting any new accounts for Magento Go and that all existing accounts would be shut down by 1st February 2015.
Even the very biggest companies make mistakes with their websites. However, it is rare nowadays to see a website for a worldwide brand product which is known for its iconic design and usability, failing so badly with its website.
Google's technologies are often taken for granted without much thought given to their complexities. We all use them every day; a bit like when we make a telephone call but don't think too much about how it all works.
Some of the key differences between the bricks and mortar element of your business and its online presence are the indicators of trust. In face to face interaction with your customers you have physical indicators (your building / stock/ facilities) and emotional indicators (body language and dialogue through human interaction).
Pagination on a website (getting to the bottom of a page and clicking next to get more content) is often getting replaced with continuously scrolling pages. Look at the home page of eBay or The Daily Mail website to see it action.