Monthly Archives: November 2019
We’ve already reviewed some Magento 2 product feed extensions (by Mirasvit, Xtento, and Wyomind), and below, we shed light on another prominent module of this kind – Amasty Product Feed for Magento 2. With the Amasty feed generator, you will be able to efficiently create product data feeds for any marketplace. The Magento 2 module automates feed generation and allows users to adjust data in the feed in line with the requirements of a shopping engine.
If you are looking for a tool that will help you create comprehensive product feeds for various shopping engines, check the following post. Continue Reading
Cross-channel marketing is a winning solution for ecommerce businesses, that leads to increased profit and brand recognition. Lately, social media marketing is gaining popularity as one of the most efficient ways to promote goods and attract new customers. If you are looking into the ways to sell your products or services on other marketplaces beyond your Magento 2 store, Instagram is one of the best choices. To easily integrate your online shop with Instagram and streamline content management across a few sales channels, we advise installing the Magenest extension – Instagram Integration for Magento 2.
The Magento 2 module enables online merchants to pull images from their Instagram account and showcase them as a slider on any webpage. The extension offers extensive customization options and management tools for making your Instagram gallery fit into your website layout in the best way. Below, we describe the functionality of the Magento 2 Instagram shop module in more detail and show how to configure it in the admin panel.
In this article, you will discover how Magento 2 backend is arranged. We continue exploring its Content section, and today our attention is drawn to CMS blocks and a corresponding screen that stores all of them. Below, we describe how the appropriate grid looks and how to manage it. We also shed light on such aspects as the creation of new CMS blocks. Their import and export to/from Magento 2 are described in separate chapters as well. Continue Reading
Below, we dive deep under the hood of Magento 2 backend, exploring its Content section. In this article, we describe Pages – a screen where all CMS pages are stored. Below, you can discover how the appropriate grid looks. Besides, we explain how to manage its content. The article also touches upon such aspects as the creation of new CMS pages. If you are wondering how to transfer them to your e-commerce store, you can also find the answer below. Continue Reading
The following article continues our series dedicated to the Magento 2 backend. It described two sections of user-generated content: Reviews and Pending Reviews. As you might have guessed from their names, both are tightly connected and let you manage product reviews your store visitors write on your website. Below, we explore how to manage this type of content as well as shed light on how to import/export product reviews. Continue Reading
The idea of making money with ecommerce business sounds enticing. When you sell your products online, you always get an opportunity to keep an eye on your business’ progress at all times. Before starting your ecommerce journey, it’s better to plan and structure your online store’s marketing strategy smartly to create a valuable impact on the visitors.
When it comes to sustaining online presence, while aspiring to increase sales, reliable hosting is one of the most ignored elements, which if given due consideration, forms the bedrock of your online store operations. Continue Reading
The low speed of loading pages on a Magento 2 website is one of the main factors that cause cart abandonment and loss of customers’ trust. Besides, slow pages negatively affect rankings in the Google search results, which might lead to a decrease in the number of website visitors due to a disadvantageous position on SERP. One of the reasons for slowing down a website is the high quantity of images on website pages, which requires a significant amount of server resources to load a page. If you analyze your website in
Today, we are describing a solution that allows compressing the size of images and other files and significantly speeds up the loading of web pages. Meet Amasty Lazy Load for Magento 2 – an extension with a comprehensive set of tools for optimizing overall website performance. Below, we look closer at the functionality of the Magento 2 Lazy Load module and explore its backend interface.