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If you’re a Disney fan, you may have seen and taken this fun quiz to determine which Disney character you are most like. Mode Effect developed the quiz for Disney through creation of a custom WordPress Plugin and custom user and back-end interfaces.

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Essential WooCommerce Extensions & Plugins 2017

WooCommerce works off the WordPress platform. As a WooCommerce user, you’re probably using several WordPress plugins to take care of security, SEO, prevent spam and other functions. In addition to its standard tools, WooCommerce offers extensions (also called add-ons) that deliver extra functionality. Some from developers outside the company. Here are five WooCommerce extensions (and…

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5 Ways to Increase Ecommerce Conversion with Social Proof

Psychology has long influenced advertising, and one thing we know is that people influence people when it comes to making buying something.  Therefore, social proof must be part of your eCommerce conversion strategy. What is Social Proof? Sometimes called “information social influence,” social proof is a psychological phenomenon where people assume the actions of others…

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[VIDEO] Differences Between Ecommerce and Regular Web Projects

Recently I had the pleasure of joining the WP-Tonic show to catch up on recent WordPress news and discuss an important topic for our audience.  That’s the key differences between regular website projects and eCommerce projects.  What’s different, what should a store owner be prepared to invest?  Which platform do you start from?  We cover…

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How Much Does a WooCommerce Site Cost in 2017?

It’s never been easier to start an online business.  Specifically speaking, an e-commerce based business.  If you’re just getting started there are so many great platforms at your fingertips to get online and start selling.  It’s likely you know these platforms well. Before we get into pricing on WooCommerce I strongly recommend a great article…

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A Checklist for Selecting a WordPress Development Partner for Enterprise Companies

An appealing functional website that offers its users an enjoyable experience and meets their needs is a major key to the success of every business. WordPress is one of the most popular website platforms today. It powers nearly 30% of the Internet for both small and enterprise businesses, with 76.5 million global users. It is…

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5 Ecommerce Conversion Hacks for 2017

Are you satisfied with the number of visitors to your ecommerce site who convert into paying customers? Even if you think sales are OK, there’s always room for improvement, right? Here are ecommerce conversion hacks to boost your bottom line. #1. Make Your Life Easier. Use WooCommerce. There’s a reason why we work with WooCommerce:…

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6 Steps to Creating an E-Commerce Blog Your Customers Will Love

Even with increases in delivery time and improved online experiences, people still like to physically buy many types of goods, according to the Walker Sands Future of Retail 2016 report. Of course, we know that consumers do shop online with online sales expected to reach $523 billion in the next five years. So, if you…

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Help clients create a content hub to attract and retain customers

We recently joined the GoDaddy blogging team of experts in website development and design, hosting, domains and online marketing. This month’s post is focused on domain extensions.  Here’s a snippet: Why does a content hub matter for your small business clients? If you’re a website designer working with either a digital or brick-and-mortar business, making sure that they…

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