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Part 3 of our Site Rebuild Series: Technical Hurdles

Posted by Elisabeth Adkins to on February 17th, 2015

If you don’t know what to expect once your online store launches, here’s the best piece of advice we can give you - Expect the unexpected. Yes, we understand from an E-commerce supplier, that’s probably not what you were expecting to hear, but it’s the truth and it’s how we manage all of our successful site launches, by always expecting the unexpected. Of course there is protocol in place for a number of hurdles we typically jump, but what about those that slip through the cracks? We’ve assembled a list to help you avoid those cracks by utilizing intelligent and practical web practices. So let’s begin.

Part 3 of our Site Rebuild Series: Technical Hurdles

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Part 2 of our Site Rebuild Series: Steps for Success

Posted by Elisabeth Adkins to on January 26th, 2015

Now that you have more insight from Part 1 of our Rebuild Series on whether or not rebuilding is in the budget, your next step is planning. We’ve got it all mapped out for you in part 2 of our site rebuild series. This post will take you through the project planning and management process with insight from Miva Project Management Supervisor, Donna Sandsmark.

Part 2 of our Site Rebuild Series: Steps for Success

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Multi-Seat Pricing, Software-as-a-Service and the Decline of the “Hosting” Industry

Posted by Rick Wilson to on January 16th, 2015

There’s been a lot of discussion (especially amongst “old timers”) about our business model change at the end of 2014.

If you’re looking for just “the facts” you should read this other post first as it’s a much more focused piece that breaks the discussion down into a Q&A format. You can read that here: Your Multi-Seat Pricing Questions Answered.

However if you’re interested in more of a stream of consciousness history of our business model(s) and a bit more color on the whole story, then this post is for you.

Multi-Seat Pricing, Software-as-a-Service and the Decline of the “Hosting” Industry

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Your Multi-Seat Pricing Questions Answered

Posted by Rick Wilson to on January 16th, 2015

Multi-Seat Pricing Q&A.

Your Multi-Seat Pricing Questions Answered

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Is 2015 the Year for a Site Rebuild?

Posted by Elisabeth Adkins to on January 13th, 2015

Yes, the New Year is upon us. And yes, we too have made some resolutions. But we’re not here to talk new beginnings and clean slates. Were here to talk Return on Investment in the form of a site rebuild. Since we are in the business of helping your businesses successfully sell online, we thought we would assist you in making the daunting decision–To Rebuild or Not to Rebuild?

Many business owners are reflecting on their 2014 gross revenue and thinking about how to make more money in the coming year. (If you’re not thinking along those lines….start!) With a solid 21% rise in ecommerce sales this past year, it’s safe to say your website is precious territory that should be in tip top industry standard shape. Throughout this blog post we’re hoping to help aid you in deciding if your website is in shape or maybe it could use a few push ups.

Before we get into the guts of rebuilding, ask yourself the following questions:

Is 2015 the Year for a Site Rebuild?

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