Shopify and Magento are top Content Management Systems. They are both powerful eCommerce platforms that are used by small mom and pop businesses all the way through to enterprise merchants making millions of dollars. Here are 10 differences to consider when choosing between the two.
In an ideal world, your costs for running your business are transparent and bacon is healthy to eat. Sadly this isn't an ideal world: bacon can give you cancer and sometimes you end up paying way more than you were expecting for important business services and products such as eCommerce software.
Raj from YotPo joins us this episode to discuss how their integrated eCommerce marketing platform is working for their direct to consumer brand customers. They serve some of the biggest names in retail. We’re pretty sure you’ve heard of Steve Madden, Patagonia, and 1-800-Flowers.
All good things must come to an end. That delicious meal. That fun vacation. It's sad, we know. But anytime something ends, something new begins. When it comes to Magento 1, the good news is your next eCommerce solution awaits: and it will be much, much better.
On March 26th, 2019 Magento released updates for versions 1 and 2, both Open Source and Commerce. Magento included considerations for version upgrades or a bare minimum security patch across their offerings. By extending these upgrades and patches to their user base, Magento is signaling the importance of this recent upgrade set.
Ever wonder what the top clothing sites are that use Magento? Well now you don’t have to. Here is IWD’s list of the top ten clothing sites on the Magento platform. The results are based off Alexa internet traffic rankings (we decided to exclude some stores who were not strictly clothing sites).