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The Importance Of Upgrading

Why should I Upgrade/Update Whether it’s security patches; the dreaded ‘bug’ fixes; feature enhancements; or increased functionality there’s no escaping the fact that digital equipment and software will need to be upgraded over time. While some people may yearn for…
Joe Gubatanga
August 12, 2015
BlogeCommerce

Five eCommerce Insights You Need Right Now

At a Glance Take home message: Online shoppers have clear patterns of usage on different devices.  Successful eCommerce strategies leverage these patterns into sales. Why read this blog post: You want your customers engaging with your products across multiple devices…
Joe Gubatanga
July 20, 2015
BlogeCommerce

How to avoid shopping cart abandonment

Some 67 percent of shopping carts get abandoned by online shoppers before purchase is completed. Ouch. If you are a merchant with an online store and have already done the hard miles of attracting and inspiring your customers having customers…
Sam Pascua
September 11, 2012
BlogeCommerce

How to build a successful lean start-up

Applying the scientific method that works for entrepreneurs “Success can be engineered by following the right process,” insists American tech entrepreneur Eric Ries. As start-ups are a dime a dozen and such a large portion – estimated at anything from…
Sam Pascua
July 2, 2012
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Online a must for Aussie retailers

  Money makes the world go round, but now the internet is dictating how. Everyone seems to be whispering that Australian retail is dead, blaming savvy online stores which have sprung up overseas at a time when the Aussie Dollar…
Sam Pascua
April 27, 2012
BlogeCommerce

The case for responsive design

Will your web presence truly adapt to all the devices and browsers that might be thrown at it? Responsive design seems to be the concept of the moment. It’s on the coffee-stained lips of designers and developers worldwide but what…
Sam Pascua
March 15, 2012
BlogeCommerce

Au revoir, Andrew!

We are sad to say that Andrew, our star Project Manager, is leaving DI to pursue a career in the not-for-profit sector. Thanks for all your hard work, good luck and as you said to us, we say "So long,…
Sam Pascua
January 12, 2012