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The Beginner Guide to setup a Multivendor eCommerce Website

The Beginner Guide to setup a Multivendor eCommerce Website

In this 21st century, eCommerce has been becoming a booming industry all over the world.

You can buy and sell almost everything at your doorstep with the magic of eCommerce. It has changed our lifestyles entirely because we don’t have to spend time and money in traveling to the market.

>There has been a ripple in the number of eCommerce websites popping up over the past few years, but not every eCommerce endeavor became a successful one.

Does that mean you should abandon your dream of next eCommerce business? Definitely, not.

In this tutorial, I’ve come up with the beginner guide to setup a multivendor eCommerce website.

I will go through the major issues which play a crucial role in the success of a multivendor eCommerce site.

Read on to find out the beginner guide including major factors with the detailed description of each point.

1. All about Domain Names

One of the first, most important and crucial decision you have to make when starting a new business is choosing a domain name.

A short, and memorable domain name has always been the difference between creating a successful presence online and getting lost in cyberspace, with more than half a billion domain names in existence.

Whatever sector of your eCommerce business operates in, having a strong domain name is vital to your success.

2. Choose your System carefully

At the starting time of a new business, you may be feeling a mixture of emotions such as excitement, confusion, apprehension, and impatience.

Coping with this circumstances, another crucial decision you have to make after choosing your domain name is the eCommerce platform which you should use to power your store.

And this is one of the most confusing issues to take the decision at that time.

If you are already using WordPress or plan to build your website with WordPress, here are three familiar and open source WordPress eCommerce plugins for you.


WooCommerce is the most popular WordPress eCommerce plugin comes from the developers of the famous Woothemes and acquired by Automattic in 2015.

This plugin provides a lot of features including a dashboard widget so that you can quickly check the progress of your online businesses and promises to provide robust eCommerce facilities.

It is highly customizable and comes with multiple payment options including Paypal, Cheque, Cash on delivery and many more options.

A large number of add-ons and themes with a great and passionate user and developer community behind it make this platform more demanding.


Dokan is a multivendor WordPress plugin that leveraging the power of WooCommerce.

With Dokan you can easily build a multivendor marketplace like Amazon or eBay.

Every seller of your site will get a unique URL for their store that will be useful for their branding issue. They can manage their products and orders from the frontend of your site, so they don't need to visit the WordPress admin area.

As a site owner, you will get a percentage from each sale. That the way the site owner and the seller both will earn money.

Dokan has downloaded more than 13,000 times and made more than 2000 marketplaces worldwide. It has support for PayPal, PayPal Adaptive, Stripe, Bank Cheque, and Cash on delivery.

WP ECommerce:

With over 50,000 downloads, WP eCommerce is one of the most popular eCommerce plugins for WordPress in the market now.

It can easily use with any WordPress Themes and also easy to install. It is highly customizable and provides a broad range of payment options including Manual (cheques), PayPal, etc.

3. Choose the Best Theme

A powerful, professional, good-looking and user-friendly theme for your eCommerce store is incredibly important. It is the customer's first brand experience and exposure.

Finding the perfect theme, or even selecting a designer who understands your goals, can eat up time you don't have.

Have a look our hand-picked WordPress theme, WooSome - One of the best WordPress eCommerce theme.

This theme is powered by WooCommerce and includes Visual Composer, Revolution Slider, and PSD with it that you can save total $65.

The responsive design lets your website looks good on every screen. The variations in Header, Footer and Homepage and Theme Options Panel allows you customize everything without any knowledge of coding.

65+ shortcodes and Drag & Drop page builder will make your life easier, I promise.

4. Enhance the Security of your site

Your business website is a valuable property like your others property, and you should ensure that it’s safe from thieves and intruders.

WordPress itself built with a stable and secure framework, but this doesn’t make it immune from hackers.

There have a lot of available plugins that offer protection for WordPress websites. Below are the most powerful and well-known.

5. Optimized your site for Search Engine

Search engines have become increasingly sophisticated day-by-day, but they still can't see and understand a web page the same way a human can.

That is why SEO become the most important aspect that is making a website accessible to both search engine and users to understand the site. The listed in below are the most powerful SEO plugin for WordPress.

6. Speed up your Site

According to kissmetrics report, 47% of users expect your web page to load in under two seconds, and 57% of visitors will abandon your page if it’s take 3 seconds or more time to load.

Therefore, when a visitor lands on your site for the very first time; you only have a few seconds to capture their attention to convincing them to hang around.

If your site takes too long to load, most people are gone, lost before you even had a chance.

To speed up your WordPress website use one of a plugin from below.

7. Keep attention on Online Marketing

Online marketing enables a store owner to open their business around the clock without worrying about store opening hours or overtime payments for workers.

Consumers can browse an online store at any time and place orders when it is convenient for them. Offering the products on the Internet is also convenient for them. You can use the following plugins for internet marketing.

8. Backup your Site

Suppose you have a middle-sized website with lots of contents and regular visitors. You have regular consumers and regular activity on your site.

In the course of time, the site is growing, content renewal has been attracting new visitors, and the site has established a continuous communication with them every day.

What would happen if you woke up tomorrow and your web host had accidentally deleted your website?

That is why you should backup your site every day.

Fortunately, there are plenty of excellent WordPress backup plugins available that will back up your pages, posts, product descriptions, and whatever else you have on your site.

9. Multiple Payment System

The Payment Systems is one of the most important things you should consider when building your Online Business.

Presenting your customers with a variety of payment systems will ensure the customer satisfaction from your store and also remove the probability of a consumer being lost.

By default WooCommerce provides some basic payment methods, these are Direct Bank Transfer, Cheque Payment, Cash on Delivery and PayPal.

The plugins in below let you present more payment options to your customers.

Some Last Words

Creating an eCommerce store is not a simple process to complete start-to-finish. The guidelines offered here are just some of the major steps to creating your first eCommerce store and provides a comprehensive walkthrough.

If you have any suggestions for launching an online store, please let us know through the discussion section below, we do appreciate them!

The Beginner's Guide to Joomla Caching

The Beginner's Guide to Joomla Caching

Joomla is one of most popular, free, and open-source Content Management System (CMS), as well as a great online community around this CMS.

According to Joomla.org, it powers approximately 2.7% of the 1,000,000 largest websites in the world.

In general, Joomla is used for the sites those are slightly more static in nature, as well as it is suitable for more advanced utilities.

Joomla offers almost every configuration for its users. Today I am going to talk about Joomla Caching - the most discussed and desired topic of nowadays.

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The Complete Guide to Building Multilingual Joomla Website

The Complete Guide to Building Multilingual Joomla Website

Translating your website into several languages will increase your audience notably.

Adding the multilingual functionality to your Joomla site is just a few instinctive steps away. Let me do it even easier for you.

This tutorial is going to show you how to configure a multi-language Joomla site. To perform this you need to go through the following steps:

  1. Install a new language
  2. Create a new content language with new parameters
  3. Enable Language Filter plugin
  4. Setting up Language Switcher module
  5. Create menu for every installed language
  6. Create menu module
  7. Multilingual articles

Step 1: Install a new language

At first, let's add the language files for the desired language we want to use as the second language on our site.

So, log in to your Joomla admin panel. Now, to install the language pack you need to navigate to Extensions -> Languages.

In the screen that opens, select "Install Languages".

Another screen will be opened, tick on your desired language pack and click "Install” button.

You will see your installed language packs in Extensions -> Languages -> Installed.

Step 2: Make a new content language with new parameters

The next step is to originate a content language.

Although you have already installed a second language, still you need to add the appropriate information for this languages.

In this step, you need to navigate to Extensions -> Languages -> Content Languages.

You will see here, the default content language, to add a new content language click the "New" button from the top menu.

A new screen will open, insert the required information according to the selected language.

Look at the image below. There are five required fields.

Title: This fields for language name that will display in the Joomla backend that you can assign a specific language for your articles, modules or other items.

Title Native: Here you insert the original language name which will display in the language manager and the list of content languages.

Language Tag: The language tag consists of the language code. If you are not sure about it, you can find it next to the language name in the list of installed languages at the language manager section.

URL Language Code: This is the code that will appear in the URL. For example, here I insert "de" hence, the URL will like this when I select Germany as the desired language. www.example.com/index.php/de/

Image Prefix: This is the language code. Joomla uses this code to display the country flag images enabling the visitors to select a site language.

Step 3: Enable Language Filter plugin

The language filter plugin enables the CMS to recognize the different installed languages and display only the content relevant to the current language.

Just navigate to Extensions -> Plugins and search for the “Language Filter” Plugin and enable it.

Also, enable the "Language Code" plugin. This plugin installed with the Joomla engine by default.

Step 4: Setting up Language Switcher module

You will also have to add a menu module to display the language list on your site.

Navigate to Extensions -> Modules, a new window will open. Click “New” and select “Language Switcher” from the list.

It will open an editing window.

Insert the title as it is required, though you have an option on hand to display the title or hide.

Set the position where the switcher module will visible and set the switcher status as public.

Look at the image below. A language switcher section is visible on the right sidebar.

Step 5: Create menu for every installed language

You will need to create menus for each content language to display multilingual content on your site.

To perform so navigate to Menus -> Manage -> Add new Menu.

After that insert the "Title" and "Menu Type" and hit the save button.

Do the same process for every content language that you wish to display on your site.

You will find all your created menus in Menus -> Manage later and also edit them.

So now you need to add items in each menu, the easiest way to perform is to open your main menu then select any item and then hit the "Batch" button top of the page.

In this process, we are going to copy all the menu items from the main menu to each menu.

A popup will open, you need to set the language to which you are going to copy the item and select the menu to where you want to copy this.

Check copy from radio button and press "Process". Once it was done, do that for each one.

Now you have a menu for every language and several items on it.

You can open each menu one by one, make an item to default page and edit them.

Step 6: Create menu module

Just navigate Extensions -> Modules then select a menu from the list.

In the module section, set position for selected menu.

In advanced section, insert "nav-pills" in the menu class suffix field.

And then in menu assignment section, select "Only on the pages selected" option.

It will display only the items which you want to show in your menubar.

So, uncheck the other languages menu items.

Step 7: Multilingual articles

Let's create a multilingual article to see how it works.

Create a new post, set the language of the post in the content section.

Make a copy of this post or make more copy as you want. Set different languages for each post.

And now again edit the post, go the "Associations" section, associate the post with the copy of this post.

Save and close it.

As a result, when you click a flag it will change both the menu and the articles to the desired language.

Look at the image below, how I associate the posts to each other.

So, we are at the finishing stage. Just take a look how it works.

Make this process easier with an extension:

In the first section, I talk about the manual process.

Now here, in the second section, I'll show you how to create a multilingual website using an extension.

In our previous article we discussed about Neno translation extension for joomla and today I am going to use the another popular extensions JA Multilingual Component.

It's free Joomla multi-language translation extension.

This extension is light in weight but robust at speed. To boost up your multilingual website, it will do almost everything what you need.

Let's see how it works through the following steps:

  1. Download JA Multilingual Component
  2. Component Installation
  3. Translate Language

Step 1: Download JA Multilingual Component

At the beginning stage, you need to download JA Multilingual Component from their official site.

It is free of cost. To download this extension, you need to create an account on their site because they don't admit to providing their service to non-users.

Step 2: Component Installation

Navigate Extensions -> Manage -> Install.

In the new window that opened, you will see a file upload option.

Just point to your download file and hit Upload & Install button. After a few seconds, the extension will successfully install.

Step 3: Translate Language

Navigate Components -> JA Multilingual.

Here you see a notification that asks to configures authenticate API (Application Programming Interface) to translate the site.

Just press the Options from the top. Insert the API key and save and close the current window.

You can install languages as you want and then press Translate All to do all tasks immediately. Wait a few moments until it is done.

Take a look how it works.

Final Words

Hope you enjoyed this tutorial, and now you can create a multilingual site using Joomla. Let us know about your further query and share your opinion.

9 Top CDN Services That Will Make Joomla Website Load Faster

9 Top CDN Services That Will Make Joomla Website Load Faster

It is said that the loading speed determines the success of a website.

>According to kissmetrics report, 47% of users expect your web page to load in under two seconds, and 57% of visitors will abandon your page if it’s take 3 seconds or more time to load.

Joomla is a popular CMS and by default, it's not slow, but if you want to optimize it and want to achieve an excellent speed than you can do a lot for your site.

In today's article, I will go through the most talked topic CDN and congregate 9 Top CDN service for super fast your Joomla website.

Why do you need a CDN?

The word CDN refers to Content Delivery Network or Content Distribution Network.

It is used to store static contents such as HTML, CSS, Javascript, and images; data source such as XML and JSON; and rich media content such as video, audio and flash files on multiple web servers.

These servers maintain and accelerate your content so that the users can access those files in blazing fast speed.

You know, HTTP can only perform a limited number of request from a particular server.

Therefore, if you use a CDN service, then your site will load those static files from the nearest, and different servers and thus your site’s loading speed will be enhanced significantly.

As a result, your Joomla site can perform a large number of request at a time.

Top CDN Service Providers


With the aim of speeding up the page loading speed, improving the performance of a website, reducing bandwidth usage, and increasing SEO rankings MaxCDN has already trusted by more than 13,000 businesses including DISQUS, TNW, and WP Engine.

MaxCDN builds a smarter network with strategically selected 16 edge locations in premium data centers offering optimal speeds and lowest latency.

Pricing: The primary starting plan comes with 100GB bandwidth for two websites with $9/month.

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CloudFlare is the most popular CDN service provider. Everyone knows, or, at least heard about CloudFlare.

It offers a free plan with limited features that is recommended only for small blogs who can get a premium CDN service.

It has 36 edge nodes in the most strategic points across Asia, Europe, Africa, North America, South America and Australia.

You can save 60% of your bandwidth, even with CloudFlare’s free plan.

Pricing: CloudFlare offers a free basic plan that includes security protection, fast site performance, and robust stats about your visitors. Besides, CloudFlare has Pro and Business plans start at $20/month to $200/month per website.

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Amazon CloudFront

Amazon CloudFront is a content delivery network offered by Amazon Web Services.

Of course, Amazon is a large web network around the world that serve thousands of companies, and they provide a secure environment to host any website content and make it better.

It has 52 edge locations worldwide including Asia, Europe, North America, and South America.

It allows you to restrict the CDN by country, and you can also host live streaming and dynamic content. Amazon CloudFront provides a powerful TTL (time-to-live) that can set to 0 seconds.

Amazon CloudFront still plays the leading role in cloud computing field but, their service looks a little bit complicated for beginners and even experienced webmaster in many cases especially for them who want a simple CDN.

Pricing: The pricing of Amazon CloudFront based on the regions and three different aspects, including, data transfer out to Origin, data transfer out to The Internet, and pricing for HTTP and HTTPS requests per 10,000 requests.

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Akamai is the one of the leading CDN service provider and globally known for speed up web networks and connections.

They have a robust infrastructure to accelerate websites and make things better for online users. It helps webmasters to maintain a fast web page loading by distributing content from locations close to the readers.

With 100,000 servers in greater than 1,000 networks Akamai provides services from 90 countries. They are serving almost 15% – 20% of all web traffic at present with over 4,000 customers.

Some of the famous companies in the world including MySpace, MTV Networks, Adobe, Apple, Fujitsu, IBM Corporation, Sony Ericsson, BMW Japan, Audi, FedEx, and Yahoo are using their services.

Pricing: Generally Akamai works with big brands and large business. That’s why it’s not suitable for bloggers or small site owners. The pricing depends on the request.

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Google Cloud CDN

Google Cloud CDN is the newest players in the CDN solution market.

The powerful infrastructure of Google optimizes the full website for speed. Google makes your site loading blazing fast with rewriting rules, and many advanced settings and configurations.

Google speed technology and backward will compress your images, and optimize the HTML, CSS, JavaScript and other resources. And then, Google servers will host your site content after copying and optimize it from your original server.

Pricing: Google Cloud CDN is one of the most complicated CDNs as far as pricing goes. The pricing depends on some variables including region and both for HTTP/HTTPS cache lookup requests.

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CacheFly is one of the fastest and most reliable CDN service providers through different tests.

Their servers strategically located in 41 edge locations among worldwide and near the internet’s major peering points. It allows you to place your content closer to your end-users, giving you more efficient delivery of your files.

They provide 100% availability guarantees. Thus, they have some big customers and providing services some big brands like Microsoft, Toyota, Honda, Bank of America, and more.

Pricing: CacheFly is expensive in prices or more precisely, you can’t find a plan with a few Gigabytes. Pricing originally based on transfer and regions.

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CDN77 is a content delivery network with 32 edge servers in SSD-based data centers available in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

The user-friendly and intuitive control panel lets you manage and control everything. You can quickly modify CDN configurations, monitor your bandwidth usage and traffic and view the status of your server, files, and contents.

Everything will be set automatically with no DNS changes or manual configurations, whether you have a custom or CMS-based website. Users can share their content privately, protect files from external threats and encrypt data, with real-time security and protection.

Pricing: Pay-as-you-go plans.

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KeyCDN is another best CDN service provider similar to MaxCDN with many features.

Though it has not the same popularity as MaxCDN, it does offer cheap rate than MaxCDN.

KeyCDN has an unyielding tie to the different CMS as they currently have some performance plugins available.

If you want to more than speed, KeyCDN supports you with its comprehensive security features, an intuitive management dashboard, and real-time reporting.

Pricing: They focus on making the barrier to entry minimal with an easy pay-as-you-go program.

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Incapsula is an application-aware CDN, a perfect combination of security and speed.

It boosts your website performance by using advanced networking, content optimization, and dynamic caching techniques.

Incapsula works by routing all traffic to your site, secures your site against DDos attacks, and thus provides load balancing and failover directly from the cloud.

It provides real-time health and monitoring notifications and takes a few minutes to set up and activate on your website, with no software or hardware installation. The famous companies those use service from Incapsula are SIEMENS, Moz, and Wix.

Pricing: Incapsula provides a 24-day free trial, and also offer a professional and secure CDN hosting and everything else.

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Summing Up

The above list is the best CDN services for super fast your Joomla website. You should choice one among them according to your need.

I recommend you choose KeyCDN, MaxCDN or CloudFlare if you run a small to medium sized website (30,000-50,000 page views).

If you run a site that contains a lot of content, you may take a look at CDN77, Akamai or Amazon CloudFront.

Has something to add to this story? Share your opinion through the comments section in below.

How To Enable SSL On Joomla Website

How To Enable SSL On Joomla Website

Joomla CMS (Content Management System) has an advance feature to activate the SSL Certificate on a Joomla website called "Joomla Force SSL".

>The word "SSL" stands for "Secure Sockets Layer", is the standard of security technology that establish an encrypted link between a browser and a web server. It transmits private data such as credit card numbers, social security numbers to your Joomla site through the encrypted format.

Therefore, connections to or within your site will be on the secure HTTPS protocol instead of the standard HTTP prefix.

Today, I am going to show you- how to enable Force SSL for your Joomla site through this tutorial. Hope you will like it.

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How to Identify And Fix Broken Links on Your WordPress Site

How to Identify And Fix Broken Links on Your WordPress Site

Broken links refer the links on your website that directs or points your visitors to a page or a file that no longer exists. It is also known as dead links.

How do you feel when you click on a link and end up with “404 page not found” error? In general, you become annoyed with this kind of actions.

Truly, Broken links are annoying and create the bad user experience. And the most important issue is, it's bad for your website’s SEO.

So how do you know if you have any broken links?

There are several process to check for broken links depending on which platform you are using.

Google Webmaster:

In general, Google Webmaster Tools provide a free service for all kind of platforms. It will show you the “crawl errors”, which include your broken links.

You can see exactly how many broken links you have on your website and exactly which URLs no longer existed and were generating 404 errors. Google Webmaster also provide you other useful diagnostic information for best SEO practice.

Broken Link Checker - WordPress Plugin:

If you are using WordPress platform, there are lots of plugins to help. Among them, the Broken Link Checker plugin is the most popular and is active on more than 400,000 WordPress sites.

This plugin can detect your articles, comments, and other content within your website, for redirects, broken links, and missing images and prevent search engines from following those broken links.

Methods to fix website's broken links:

After creating a list of broken links on your site, you can proceed to repair them. There are a few methods in which you can do this.

Correct the Links: If you have linked to a website with incorrect information or URL, you need to edit all the URL and replace it with the correct value.

Regenerate the Links: If you have referenced a resource that is no longer exists, or has not updated in a couple of years, just replace the referenced website with an alternative resource.

Remove the Links: You may want to remove the link permanently if it is no longer exists, or is no longer relevant.

Here I'll show you how to remove broken links using Google Webmaster Tools.

Step 1: Open your webmaster tool account and click on Crawl Errors as shown in the screenshot. Now click on download and saves these as an excel file.

Step 2: Go to Google index at left most side and then click Remove URLs. Then a new page will open which would ask you to Temporarily hide request. Click on Temporarily hide request and enter one of your broken link URL, which you had previously stored in your excel file.

Step 3: Press the button of "Submit Request".

Step 4: In this step, you will get a notification about "Your requested URL has added for removal".

After few hours, your broken links or URLs will be removed from the web and will never disappoint your organic traffic.

Finishing Words:

Which platform you are using it doesn't a big issue, but broken links on any site are not good for a website's SEO.

Hope this post will help you to fixed the broken links successfully. Let us know your experience or suggestion through the comment section.

The Beginners Guide To Setup Fashion Ecommerce Website

The Beginners Guide To Setup Fashion Ecommerce Website

>There have no universal features or design patterns which can guarantee that your online fashion store will elevate to the top throes of popularity, but there have several essentials things which should not be ignored to set up a fashion eCommerce website.

And also some definitive guidelines that can ensure the desirable things when creating an online fashion store.

If you are a store owner or planning to open a new online store, this guide is definetly for you.

1. Choose a Corresponding Domain name

The first point you should keep in your mind when you are going to start a new online business is about a custom domain name.

Having a custom domain name will create the branding of your business.

>Whatever you are going to deal with in your business, the domain name is must important because it improves name recognition, increases credibility and helps you get found online more easily.

2. Choose the Suitable Platform

Another thing that you should keep in your mind after selecting a domain name is picking a platform for your website.

You should choose a platform that is suitable for you.

If you are thinking about to work with WordPress or already working in WordPress, there have some eCommerce platform available in WordPress, which has all features included that an eCommerce site needs to run.

WooCommerce, JigoShop, iThemes Exchange are such kind of plugin and among them, WooCommerce is the most advanced and most used one.

3. Select an Eye Catching Theme

>An impressive and eye-catching theme is a dominant factor plays the game-changing role promises to expand our understanding of the business world.

There are lots of WooCommerce fashion themes available in the marketplace.

But from the swarm of thousands of themes, it is quite difficult to find out the suitable one for your fashion store.

That is why I recommend you taking a look at our hand-picked WooCommerce theme WooSome - One of the best WooCommerce theme for a fashion website.

WooSome is a polished, professional, charming, elegant and vibrantly colorful eCommerce theme powered by WooCommerce.

>WooSome includes Visual Composer, Revolution Slider and PSD files that you can save $65 in total.

The homepage, header and footer variations and 65+ shortcodes will make your store more elegant.

4. Furnish Product Page

As you are thinking about to start a Fashion eCommerce site, you could not imagine a low-quality product page.

You know, The first impression is everything.

An elegant, eye-catching and furnished product page will attract customers more.

To showcase your products in an appropriate way is essential, it can either drive users to continue to checkout or click away from the store.

The following plugins will help you to furnish your product page.

5. Add Products Sale Badges

You should be precise and clear with the pricing and selling of your products.

Pricing is an important issue for marketers because it represents the value that customers see in the product and are willing to pay for a product.

You may use the following plugins to display product badges that change the way of “Sale!” by displaying different sale stickers.

6. Instant Customer Support

Excellent customer service is not just important it’s vital for your business.

>People always remember you if they get great or terrible customer service from you. You don’t need to remember them the later.

Many small businesses fail to realize how important good customer is for the overall health of the business.

Use the following plugins to strength your customer support.

7. User Experience and Reviews

The research said that 88% Of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.

90% of consumers read online reviews before visiting a business, and 72% customers will take action only after reading a positive review.

Enabling customer reviews on your eCommerce store can have a positive effect on the sale of your store.

You may look at the following plugins to strength the product reviews or user experience.

8. Enable Affiliation Program

You may improve your sales by sharing advertising of your products and your site on other blogs.

But it is very time consuming to browse the web in search of the right ones for advertising.

Perhaps you have not the time and the patience for search the perfect promotion place. Then no need to get tensed.

Affiliation service lets your users share your products on their sites or blogs in exchange for a commission for every single product sold.

YITH WooCommerce Affiliates plugin will make this for you in a few clicks.

9. Be Easy to Find

Search engine optimization is an another important component of your fashion eCommerce website.

SEO is a great way to increase the quality of a site by making them user-friendly and search-engine friendly. It helps your business grow and meet the business objectives.

The plugins in below are the best SEO plugins for WordPress. You may use one of from the list in below.

Final Words

These are the major steps that will help you to setup a fashion eCommerce website. Once you’ve gone through this steps a few times, things seem a lot more efficient and will flow easier.

If you have any tips or strategies for launching an online store, please share those and let us know through the comment section in below.

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