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New Google Warnings Point To Stricter Enforcement; Non-Compliance Penalties

Posted by Elisabeth Adkins to on July 29th, 2015

Over the past few days, Google has sent out a flurry of warnings indicating that if they cannot access a website’s JavaScript and/or CSS files, it may result in the website receiving lower rankings.

New Google Warnings Point To Stricter Enforcement; Non-Compliance Penalties

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MivaCon® Is Coming To Austin!

Posted by JRandolph to on July 23rd, 2015

Here at Miva HQ in San Diego, we’re busy prepping for our upcoming MivaCon to be held in Austin, TX on September 22nd.

We’re still finalizing a couple of speakers and topics, but for those of you already planning to attend, expect a full day of learning and networking with a diverse group of Ecommerce storeowners, web designers / developers, and Ecommerce industry experts gathered together to talk Ecommerce under one roof.

MivaCon® Is Coming To Austin!

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Amazon Fails to Deliver on Much Anticipated “Prime Day”

Posted by Elisabeth Adkins to on July 15th, 2015

Amazon seemingly fails as Wal-Mart prevails on what some people are calling “Christmas in July.”

Amazon Fails to Deliver on Much Anticipated “Prime Day”

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Brand New Ecommerce on TAP Meetup Group in LA

Posted by JRandolph to on July 14th, 2015

We’ve been holding ecommerce on Tap Meet-ups in Birmingham, AL, San Diego, CA, and Wichita KS. And now, as of July 2015, we’ve started a brand new Meet-up Group in Los Angeles, CA. These meet-up groups focus on ecommerce Entrepreneurs and Online Store owners who are building and running their businesses online.

Brand New Ecommerce on TAP Meetup Group in LA

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Web Design: Best Practices for Product Images

Posted by JRandolph to on July 13th, 2015

If we think about what kind of online stores we feel most secure in and have the most enjoyable experience with, I’m sure a couple things would come to mind: high quality photographs of the products we’re looking for, quick loading, ease of use and a professional look.  When we see sites that are home grown and all over the board as far as look and feel go, it makes us wonder if our credit card info will be safe with someone who can’t spend the money to produce a professional website. In this blog, we’ll teach you how to use best practices throughout your site with your product images so your customers will have the best possible experience while shopping your online store, and give them the confidence that they need to spend their money there.

Web Design: Best Practices for Product Images

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