By now you probably have heard of a new law that went into effect on January 1, 2020, in the state of California. Designed to protect consumer rights in relation to how businesses collect, use, and share information from website visitors, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) may or may not impact your eCommerce business.
While the CCPA impacts any for-profit business that transacts in the state, whether or not your company needs to comply is an important question on the minds of many small business owners.
Your Store Wizards is proud to celebrate our 20th year in business in 2020. We were founded in December of 1999. We wanted to take a minute to thank each and every customer and partner we’ve met over the years. Let’s make 2020 the best year ever!
Let’s face it, we have the best customers. Our customers are the best in the business and working with every one of you is why we wake up every day and move ahead. Without our customers, we’d be nothing.
It’s hard to believe the year is half over, but it is and now is the time to take the next few months getting prepped for the busy holiday season. Online shopping will still reign over bricks-and-mortar and the number of transactions taking place on mobile devices will eclipse years past. Which forces me to ask a very serious question…
If you’re among the thousands of eCommerce store owners heading to the windy city, we’d love to chat with you about your business and how we can help get you ready for the busy holiday season which is right around the corner.
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.
If you’re still using a desktop website and a mobile website, the time has come for upgrading to a responsive design. If you’re a Yahoo! Store and haven’t updated your website to a responsive theme, the time has come – and it’s easier than you may think.
Users of Big Commerce and Shopify are most likely using responsive design as most of the core themes on these platforms are newer – but merchants that have been online and selling for many, many years are most likely still using desktop and mobile websites.
If you’re on Yahoo! Store, there’s never been a better time to go responsive and ditch the mobile website.
The essential recovery system for abandoned shopping carts – our exciting Conversion Wizard is only $59 a month. No Revenue Share Fees! – that’s right, just a flat $59 a month.
Did You Know? – 76% of online shoppers abandon their cart – leaving $18B of lost revenue on the table. Your Store Wizards is here to give you the most flexible option to re-capture those lost carts, built just for Yahoo! stores. Watch our video to learn more…