A strong SEO strategy is critical to drive organic traffic to your online store, but most people are doing it wrong.
The latest eCommerce articles from the NitroSell blog. Here you can get the latest product updates, ‘how-to’ guides, and insights for making the most from your WebStore.
NitroSell is pleased to announce that we have entered into a partnership agreement with Segmentify, a leading provider in eCommerce personalization and recommendatio...
Responsive Web Design (RWD) is an approach of laying-out and coding a website so that it provides an optimal viewing experience — ease of reading and navigation with...
In case you haven’t heard yet, last year Google started changing some search results rankings based on whether or not a site was mobile friendly.
NitroSell is pleased to announce that it has teamed up with PropelAd, a Palo Alto, California-based company, to offer a Facebook advertising solution for our customers. PropelAd has been built from the ground up specifically for eCommerce, both in terms of lead generation and Facebook re-marketing.
We are delighted to announce that new meta tags are available in our ‘Beta’ branch. Meta tags are HTML elements that are used in optimizing your webstore. These tags can affect conversions and click-through rates hugely.
We are pleased to announce that you can now include breadcrumb navigation on your webstore on department, category, subcategory, product, and content pages.
We are pleased to announce the addition of blogging features directly into NitroSell eCommerce. You can write articles, organize these into categories and arrange how they can be viewed on your webstore.
New blog feature, search options, notifications and integrations make online shopping faster and more convenient for web stores and their customers – watch this space for updates and “How To’s” on the new features in the coming weeks.
NitroSell developers are on fire this week! New and improved functionality is being added to the web store all the time. This week we have added the ability to link your product pages to the latest hot social sharing site, Pinterest.
In general, most people rely on “Spell Checker” to correct those common spelling mistakes we all get wrong from time to time. Let’s be honest, no one is perfect.