Landing pages became a must-have element of ecommerce business, and no new product launch, marketing or advertising campaign can be done without them. But how can you make them engaging for visitors on the Magento website to achieve planned results?
Magento is downloaded about 5,000 every day. There are nearly 50,000 Magento website examples in the USA only. But the platform is considered expensive and complex, so why do some businesses pay about $100,000 per year to maintain the online stores on this platform? We have picked 19 top Magento sites of world-known brands from 7 industries and explain by their example what Magento is capable of.
As one of the most popular Ecommerce platforms, Magento offers various pricing plans for different types of businesses, so each can find something suitable for their needs. We prepared a review where we give approximate prices for Magento versions and explain why sometimes the Open Source is not as cheap as it may seem.
If you think the Magento Commerce edition suits large-scale businesses and Open Source is dedicated to webstores with $1-5M revenue per year, you must read this article.
Such a division is simple, but that doesn’t make it right. The situation is much more complicated than a yearly profit, as both editions are scalable and deeply customizable. So, how to decide whether you need to pay for the Magento license or the free version is enough?
We hope that this article will be a helpful piece of advice for merchants.
Magento is the second most popular CMS used by top 10k Ecommerce websites. It is used by global brands such as PePe Jeans, Caskers, Paul Smith, or Christian Louboutin. Businesses choose the CMS for flexibility, scalability, and focus on international sales. But these features are losing their significance, if your hosting is too weak to handle your website. That is why choosing the wrong provider for a Magento store can incur serious technical issues or website drop. We looked at the most popular Magento hostings to tell you which one is better for you.
Magento and Shopify are well-known technologies used by Ecommerce businesses. No wonder it is hard to choose the one for your online store. To help you decide if you need Shopify or Magento, we prepared a full comparison review. It covers the functionality, price, and scalability of the two platforms: choose wisely and earn more.
Let’s discuss how the idea of web-based applications was born and look through its main advantages and disadvantages. We have also prepared a detailed audit of three popular open source PWA solutions – Vue Storefront, ScandiPWA and the Venia storefront built with the help of Magento PWA Studio.
Long-awaited Magento 2.4 has been officially released on 28 July 2020. We can already discuss whether it meets the expectations of the community. Some developers claim that Magento 2.4 has become the biggest bug fixing release ever. Let’s check out the key highlights and look through the most interesting new features.
On August 31, 2007 the first public version of Magento was introduced. Soon the SouceForge Community called it “The best new open source product”. In a few years Magento became one of the most popular ecommerce platforms. In this article we will tell you about Magento, why the number of developers and merchants who chose it increases, and what are the differences between the various releases. After reading this article you will be able to decide if it fits your business needs.
Indexing is important for Magento 2 as for all systems that process large amounts of data in multiple tables. It facilitates platform’s performance. In this article, we are going to discuss the core aspects of Magento index management that you need to be aware of and we also demonstrate how you can create your own custom index.