Ask anyone on the team, “how are things going?” and the answer is sure to be “busy!” April came and went quicker than a basket full of chocolate on Easter morning and besides being a busy month, it was an exciting one.
Just a few weeks ago I introduced you to the latest product to come out of our development lab, AMP Wizard. In development for nearly a year, the latest addition to our suite of SaaS products has quickly become a must-have for Yahoo! Store owners.
AMP Wizard from Your Store Wizards is now available and we understand you may have questions about AMP and why it’s recommended for all websites.
We encourage you to read through our FAQs below to see if your question has been answered. If you need more information about AMP Wizard, please contact us, or to learn more about the product, click here.
Today I’m pleased to announce the latest product to come out of our Development Lab. It’s one that has been in the works for several months and is what I consider a “game changer” for Yahoo! Store owners.
When was the last time you checked Google Search Console (formerly Google Webmaster Tools) for any important messages about your site?
Ok, I know there’s quite a few of you out there who just kind of “forget,” so this is a reminder to take a minute, log in and see what’s waiting there for you.
Recently we began receiving emails from customers asking about a certain message they’ve been receiving within Search Console regarding “Products related issues.” The message reads that “Products may be negatively afftected in Google Search results” and encourages the site owner to fix the issues.
It’s hard to believe the first quarter has come and gone. For many eCommerce store owners, the momentum of holiday shopping continues into the first few weeks of the new year as gift cards are redeemed, exchanges are made, and accessories bought for all the presents received.
The first quarter also is a time for merchants to evaluate what they did right and what they did wrong during the holiday season and make adjustments to ensure that the new year is one full of success.
When it comes to browsing the web, whether it be on mobile or desktop, speed is paramount. Nobody wants to wait for pages to load, especially those using mobile devices, which is why responsive and adaptive design for websites has become the standard.
The “need for speed” forced developers and designers to build sites that load quickly, employ a minimal amount of code, and ditch many of the bells and whistles that looked pretty on a site years ago, but are just useless add-ons today.
A lot can be said about establishing trust with your customers once they visit your website. Years ago, trust badges, secure server graphics, and customer testimonials were just a few things that online store owners were recommended to have on their websites to build customer confidence.
A few days ago, in my March 2019 update, I teased a new product for store owners who sell products impacted by California’s Prop 65. Today, I’m pleased to announce that our Prop 65 Wizard is now available for Yahoo! Store and is a simple way to quickly become compliant.