We’re living in the era of retail disruption. Magento ecommerce solutions are being developed for a single reason: to satisfy the ever-increasing demand of customers for hassle-free shopping experience. At the end of the day, customers might not remember which shopping channels they have engaged with, but they remember that there was no problem purchasing and receiving items from a brand. And that’s what really matters. Omnichannel business model was born for this reason. For retailers who are considering omnichannel transition, below are the basics of a Magento omnichannel retail system.
Make your customers more loyal by providing them with reward points for shopping, subscribing to a newsletter, registering an account, writing reviews, or achieving other small goals. Create flexible earning and spending rules to get the maximum efficiency from your loyalty programs. This will help you increase sales and turn first time buyers into returning customers. To implement the desired functionality, you can choose one of the following Magento 2 reward points extensions: aheadWorks Reward Points, Magestore Reward Points, Mirasvit Reward Points + Referral Program, and Amasty Reward Points. Below, we compare these Magento 2 reward points modules in order to find out their strengths and limitations. Continue Reading
We’ve already reviewed 4 Magento 2 gift card extensions and below you can find their comparison. All 4 Magento 2 modules – Amasty Gift Card, AheadWorks Gift Card, MageWorx Gift Cards, and Magestore Gift Card – provide the ability to add a new product type to your e-commerce store – gift card. Is the difference between Magento 2 extensions that share similar functionality essential? You can find the answer below. Continue Reading
We’ve just reviewed Amasty One Step Checkout, and now it is time to compare it with another reliable OSC solution for Magento 2 – Magestore One Step Checkout. Both tools combine all checkout steps on a single page and provide a bunch of features that improve the default procedure even more. And below, Amasty and Magestore get to close quarters. If you are looking for the best Magento 2 one step checkout extension, check this post. Continue Reading
We’ve already mentioned that Magento 2 does not provide multi warehouse functionality by default, but you can easily get it after installing a corresponding third-party Magento 2 inventory extension. On Firebear, we’ve already reviewed 4 tools of this kind: Amasty Multi Warehouse Inventory, Boost My Shop Inventory Extension, Wyomind Advanced Inventory, and Magestore Inventory Management. All of them serve the same purpose but provide individual realization of similar functionality. Below, we explain what Magento 2 multi warehouse module suits best what ecommerce needs. Continue Reading
If you run a brick-and-mortar store along with an online ecommerce website, it is extremely necessary to indicate the availability of the offline outlet on your digital storefront. And since there are several Magento 2 modules designed to achieve this goal, below, we compare the most reliable solutions: Amasty Store Locator, aheadWorks Store Locator, and Magestore Store Locator. Although all these Magento 2 store locator extensions serve the same aim, their functionality differs a lot, so let’s figure this out the details of each Magento 2 store locator. Continue Reading
“It doesn’t matter what you create, if you have no fun”. Following this words, Magento always turns boring and time-consuming ecommerce routine into something user-friendly and bright. And when the default features are not enough, extension developers come to the rescue. So, how to turn offline sales into fun, if you are chained to your online storefront? The answer is obvious: install a new module – the Magento 2 POS extension that connects both online and offline parts of your business. You can see the most reliable Magento 2 POS modules here: Magento POS & Magento 2 POS; and below, we compare Magestore Web POS and Boost My Shop POS, since both provide a comprehensive set of features. Continue Reading
Below, we describe one of the most demanded Magento 2 improvements that completely revamps the way customers interact with your e-commerce website. Meet Magestore Social Login – a tool that provides the fastest possible way of both login and registration with the help of social accounts. It’s a pity that Magento 2 does not provide this functionality by default, but you can always rely on third-party extensions. So, how does the module functions from the perspective of backend and frontend? We fully describe both sides in the following Magento 2 social login extension tutorial. Continue Reading