The announcement of MagentoGo going down has come as surprise for lot of store owners running their stores on this platform. If you are also worried about your store. We have solution for you.
As per recommendation from magentogo bigcommerce is going to be new home for these stores. We have recently done some migrations from magentogo to bigcommerce successfully.
The steps we follow to complete migration :
- Review of the existing website
- Product Migration
- Customer Data Migration
- Design as per specification or current store design
- Design Enhancement
- SEO Setup
- 301 redirect for keeping your current seo rankings
- Cross browser Testing
- User Acceptance Testing
- Switching the store live
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Ecommerce itself is starting to evolve. Mobile commerce is the next big thing.
For many experts, Mobile commerce seems like a natural branch of e-commerce. Of course people will buy from their mobile devices. What may be more shocking is the incredible growth of the percentage of sales that now come from mobile. In 2010, a mere 3% of purchases came from smartphones and tablets. That number jumped to 11% in 2012. This year, conservative estimates project it reaching 15% or more. As the popularity of the mobile ecosystem in general continues to skyrocket, so too will the number of purchases made from a mobile platform.
It is apparent that there is more to Mobile commerce than simply using a browser on a phone to buy products. However, the strengths of Mobile commerce can basically be summed up as a distillation of the strengths of e-commerce itself. Mobile devices allow for unprecedented convenience and accessibility while offering all the choice of the world wide web.
People tend buy stuff from convenience of their mobile device. In the past, if you saw something you wanted to buy while browsing your phone, it was a pain to purchase it. You’d have to remember it for later. With mobile apps and mobile-optimized websites, people are making more positive impulse purchases than ever before, which is great news.This has helped lot of store owners to get more sales.
A mobile website serves its purpose best when a person is searching for a product. It is much easier to stumble on or otherwise become aware of an online store if they have a mobile site.
Customer service is the key to any online store today as it makes your store different from other stores if you provide better customer service. Consumer studies have shown that satisfied customers are six times more likely to repurchase. Acquiring a new customer is always more expensive that retaining the existing one.
Consumers are hesitant to purchase online because they don’t get the stuff instantly — and that means getting orders out fast is the perfect way to distinguish your business. In general terms your customer service is rated on the basis of how fast you deliver products.
So there’s a huge opportunity to be gained by shipping orders faster. But how is Bigcommerce helping you do that?
Mobile control panel launch by Bigcommerce
Now you can save time and improve your customer service by managing orders, customers and products on the go through our new mobile app, available for Apple devices on iTunes and for Android devices on Google Play.
A lot of clients have asked us for this feature, and it’s no wonder; U.S. consumers spend 127 minutes per day using mobile apps. As an extension of the desktop control panel, the mobile control panel lets you work the way you want, where you want. Whether you’re at the office, in the warehouse or on the beach, you’ll have everything you need to ship orders fast — that means you’ll have happy customers who will come back to buy from you.