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A secure cms for your clients ecommerce website

Posted by Phil Mayne on 5th March 2018 in Security | Security,cms,WordPress,Magento,ecommerce
The world of cms can be quite one-sided. With a market share of 60%, WordPress is the dominant force with lots of free or premium plugins and templates. This popularity has lead to a huge third-party plugin and theme development ecosystem creating a whole industry dedicated to the cms. But what happens when you want to focus on security for your website? Having lots of third-party add-ons to rely on to be updated could be a potential risk. Being market share leader means that not only is it popular, the potential for a security risk is also a lot greater. Open sourced cms and third-party plugin management In a report (seen here) we can see that in the third q...
 

How does GDPR affect your ecommerce websites

Posted by Phil Mayne on 4th April 2018 in Security | gdpr,security,ecommerce,cms,data
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the new regulation that anyone who has business within the EU has to comply with. As an ecommerce shop, customers will be inputting a lot of their data and it's important that this is done in a safe and secure environment. Customers can ask for this information to be deleted and you must act upon it. This will come into effect May 25th 2018, but don't worry as everyone at WebBoss has you covered. How does GDPR affect your clients? The customer must give consent for any data to be stored through your business including emails, account logins and store purchases to name a few. Your clients need to be able to acce...
 

WebBoss New Business Information Feature

Posted by webboss design on 4th November 2020 in Blogging |
Our New Business Information Feature Can Help Improve Your Search Engine Results   You may have noticed that when you type in a company name or specific search term into Google, a variety of different search results will appear. A few years back, when you searched for a company or something similar, you only had the choice from a list of webpages that would appeared on the Google search results page. Back then it was incredibly important that your website appeared at the top of the first page, or that was the goal at least. However, now we are provided with a lot of different search options when we conduct a Google search. One of which is a rich result, whi...
 

WebBoss.Io Update: New Features

Posted by webboss design on 1st December 2020 in Blogging |
New System Update - 3.6.5.    WebBoss.io is the platform that all of our clients use and it is used by our designers to create beautifully bespoke, responsive websites. With this in mind, our development team are constantly updating the WebBoss.io system so that it is up to date and continually evolving. The platform has recently launched a new update, version 3.6.5, which contains a few new features that will be sure to increase the performance of our client’s websites. What is New?   SEO Tools – LazyLoad Integration Google Analytics Trigger Shop Catalogue Mode CSV Options Header Images Business Information     SEO Tools – LazyLoad...
 

WebBoss eCommerce Module - Sale!

Posted by webboss design on 4th January 2021 in Blogging |
How the WebBoss.io eCommerce module can help with your sale items   The WebBoss platform is full of features that can really help you organise and showcase your online products. When it comes to sale items, the WebBoss eCommerce module has some really cool features to help you shift those unwanted items from your stock room. Here are a few ways that WebBoss can help you shift those sale items.  1. Discounted Products Add discounts to your products to show your users the new and old price. This will encourage people to buy from you, if they can see the price difference or how much they are saving, they will be more likely to part with their cash. Within the...
 

The WebBoss Guide - Google Analytics

Posted by webboss design on 15th December 2020 in Blogging |
How to Add Google Analytics to Your WebBoss Website With SEO and website tracking such a huge topic when it comes to digital marketing and running an online business, we know how important it is to be able to track and analyse the data and traffic being generated by your biggest marketing tool, your website. Google Analytics is one of the most popular and FREE tools that you can use to track and monitor user behaviour, user experience, device functionality, etc. It is extremely useful for your online marketing strategy and you can use it in many ways. However with all this being said, if you are newer to the world of online businesses and digital marketing, th...
 
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