115 Questions to Ask About Your eCommerce Site

Regarding buyer personas “Will there be enough traffic in these groups that will sustain a business and what products will be needed for each group?”

 

That is unpredictable and has to be tested on a group by group bases.

 

Unfortunately, there is no way of know where a visitor comes from on Facebook other than “Facebook”.

 

Having sold pet supplies on the web for 18 years, I can unequivocally say “building an eCommerce website is not a solution to your financial goals.

It’s the single biggest problem you’ll need to unravel for success”.

 

Oh yeah, when you get admin access, for the first time click on EVERY link up and down the dash.

 

Learn what each link does, what it tells you or if activation is required for functionality.

 

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How I Bulletproofed WordPress Video Hosting with SmugMug

File under “don’t build your house on rented land”.

 

First, it was YouTube.

 

12 years of videos gone in less than 60 seconds.

 

We are still replacing “dead” YouTube videos on our Zencart e-commerce site as we trip over them and as we migrate to a new site but

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Sunday Matinee: Making Growth Happen Film Festival

 

Over the past several months, LinkedIn has premiered 10 animated short videos in our “Making Growth Happen” series. These videos condense the most useful wisdom from some of the best content marketers in the business into one-minute snippets. And now you can see these indispensable videos from the likes of Carla Johnson, Jay Acunzo, and Tim Washer all in one place.

You should be able to view all of these videos in about 10 minutes. That’s a small time investment for the content marketing wisdom of the ages.

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Are H1 Tags the Rice SEO’s Won’t Let Go Of?

File under “If you weren’t sure he’s losing it”.

 

Firstly some background.

 

Filipino monkey hunters have developed an efficient system for snaring the harmless creatures used over centuries.

 

They seek out trees that monkeys occupy.

 

Once the correct choice of trees is established the trappers:

 

  • Drill one hole in each coconut.
  • Fill each hard-shelled seed’s empty cavity with warm cooked rice.
  • Place the ancient style but effective “traps” along each tree’s base.

 

The anthropoid hunters will lie in wait, invisibly and patiently.

 

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Why is Elementor Not Suited for Woocommerce Shop Designs?

Spoiler alert – The two “nails in the coffin” with respect to Elementor not being compatible with Woocommerce are:

 

Why you can’t use Elementor to create Woocommerce categories

 

From Elementor support

 

What the other support teams were saying is essentially right.

The plugin (Elementor pro) won’t recognize it as an endpoint because it isn’t actually an archive page generated by WooCommerce (or WordPress for blog posts).

The plugin searches for archive and single pages (whether blog or product) and adds them to the breadcrumbs.

Standalone pages aren’t added since that’s not a part of what the plugin looks for.

In order for this to be recognized, you’ll have to create actual categories in WooCommerce (since you’re working with products) and create a template to display these within Elementor and that will ensure that the pages get picked up but look the way you want them to at the same time.

 

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