Schema.org has recently been announced by Google. It’s an innitiative by Google, Bing and Yahoo to create one microdata standard for structuring web content. Basically it’s the good old Google Rich Snippets, but followed by all three major search engines and it also brought a lot of new markup.Read more
Last Friday Inchoo attended the first official meeting of a newly established association of Croatian independent software exporters – CISEx. The meeting was held in Zagreb with 40 odd members of the association present.Read more
mCommerce (mobile commerce) is here to stay and due to the recently published researches, we have data to back it up and predict the growth. The only problem is, consumers seem to be accepting the change much faster than the industry is. Since both mCommerce and eCommerce are growing sectors, we know they will continue to coexist, however, eCommerce industry seems to be not very agile when it comes to upgrading their solutions to fit the small screens.Read more
Everyone knows that the ecommerce industry is growing.
But do you know how fast? Or what percent of all the retail sales it takes?
Every now and then someone in the social web world asks for eCommerce solution recommendation. One of the awesome trends I noticed in these answers is the answer of a “happy customer” that goes something like thisRead more
On the 15th and 16th of October, Renato Carvalho and I had the chance to attend Web Directions South Conference held at Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre.Read more
For my first collaboration in here, I am going to talk about the very beginning of our Magento Design phase – the wireframe.Read more
Hi, I had a bit of unusual request from a client and I had to create “View All” button and put it into Magento’s pagination on category listings, so I decided to share the trick. 😉Read more
Inchoo has officially become a Magento Professional Partner. With this step, Inchoo joins an international roster of Magento Solution Partners as the first partner in Southeastern Europe.Read more
This post will explain the situations in which removing certain elements of your online store might give you better conversions or improve your search engine rankings. There are lots of online stores out there that tend to add too much stuff to their store in hope of improving their income, not realizing that these things might actually create a completely opposite result from the one they hoped to achieve.Read more
How a typical day dealing with Magento inquiries went horribly well…Read more
First of all, I’d like to say that GetElastic is usually an awesome and very useful blog for anyone that does anything related to eCommerce. Linda wrote hundreds of extremely good posts over there, but this new guest post at GetElastic was kind of dangerous for site owners and I’ll try to explain why, putting it as simple as possible.Read more
By now, everybody that reads this blog has probably heard of upcoming Google TV, a device that is set to revolutionize the broadcasting industry and finally take it to the next step – the world of actual two way interaction. Since we deal with e-commerce here at inchoo, the first thing that popped into my head when I saw what Google TV is was its effect on e-commerce world.Read more
We all now that image is everything, especially when you’re selling the product online. There are some obvious facts that need to be taken into concern. This post will include some (IMHO) valuable reminders and a checklist for the shop owners willing to reevaluate their product presentation.Read more