Creating related products manually is a very time-consuming procedure. Luckily, there are lots of third-party tools aimed at improving the default functionality of Magento. For instance, aheadWorks offers the Automatic Related Products extension and two less complicated modules: Who Viewed This Also Viewed and Who Bought This Also Bought. Today, we are going to tell you about another reliable tool – the Magento 2 Automatic Related Products extension by Amasty. Continue Reading
While waiting for the Magento 2 release, we hoped that the new platform version would contain a reliable blog by default, but it didn’t happen. Luckily, extension providers were ready to close the gap between our desires and what we actually got. Due to such extensions as Amasty Blog Pro, Magento 2 blogs became available and now can be easily added to any ecommerce storefront. Below, we shed light on how this exact Magento 2 blog works.
We have already mentioned that the default reporting system of Magento lacks lots of essential features. That’s why it is always better to replace it with a third-party solution, such as Advanced Reports by Amasty, aheadWorks, or Mirasvit. We have already reviewed the last two modules, so it’s time to shed light on the Amasty’s Magento 2 reports extension. Below, you can find a full description of its core features and an overview of report types.
What do we know about Magento 2 order attributes? We know for sure that the default version of the platform offers limited functionality in this area, but you can improve the situation with the help of the Order Attributes Magento 2 extension by Amasty. It provides the ability to collect additional order information by adding new custom fields to the checkout page. As a result, you get all the data necessary for fast order processing. Continue Reading
Search engine optimization is the process of affecting the visibility of e-commerce store in search engine’s unpaid search results. Higher ranking and more frequent appearance in the search results list affects more traffic to the web site. For better SEO optimization of your Magento store you can use SEO Magento extensions. In this post, we gathered the best existing SEO toolkits and modules that improve other ecommerce aspects of your Magento website and at the same time positively affects SEO.
The following post is dedicated to the Amasty Reward Points Magento 2 extension. Below, we shed light on its core features and provide tutorials related to both backend and frontend usage of the module. If you want to thank customers for shopping on your Magento 2 website and performing some specific actions, the Amasty Reward Points Magento 2 module will help you achieve this goal. Also, note that we’ve compared it with other similar tools here: Magento 2 Reward Points Extensions Comparison.
Sellers, confused about payment from each customer? Each one is different as light and dark. How will you manage? Here comes the extension to solve your problem Magento 2 Customer group shipping and payment method. What exactly does this extension do for your business? It helps you to group your customers under different types. Not only it does that but it also offers different payment methods according to the customer needs. What else do you need? Let us look in more detail. Continue Reading
Although we’ve already created lots of post dedicated to Magento performance, since it is hard to overestimate this topic, we are not going to stop. Here at Firebear, our goal is to make the Magento ecosystem better, that’s why we are always trying to dig into something new and interesting. And that’s why you can find lots of reviews and comparisons in our blog. While our main idea is to shine the spotlight on Magento 2, we understand that there is still a plethora of Magento 1 merchants, so here is an important post dedicated to the first version of our favorite ecommerce platform. Below, you will find a comparison of the best Magento compressors: PotatoCommerce JS & CSS Compressor + Image Optimization and Fooman Speedster.
Do you know how to integrate your Magento website with Google Tag Manager without writing any line of code? Now, it is possible with the PotatoCommerce Google Tag Manager Magento extension. The module allows you to fully leverage the popular service to connect your store with AdWords, Google Analytics, and Facebook Ads. Continue Reading