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We present to you the second annual conference "Strategies for E-commerce Success". The event will take place on 16 March 2017, at Sofia Event Center. As the event name reveals, e-commerce will be on focus as we will discuss the key industry trends, developments and what innovations we are expecting in the world of digital trade.
This year we wanted to help our customers having online stores to take the maximum of Black Friday. For a hosting company like us this meant providing them with the necessary resources.
Choosing the right product is one of the first steps when creating your online store. There is such great diversity of options that you are probably full of questions. We prepared a few tips and guidelines to help you get oriented...
Are you ready for the big Christmas shopping? Have you asked yourself how to sell more during the upcoming holidays or how to make your store stand out? If you wish to be well prepared for the upcoming shopping wave, even if you still do not have a ready е-store, this is the right article for you!
The Shopiko platform continues to get new features and improvements. After finishing the RSS feed module and the Econt Express integration, we added the Aurasel module and increased the security level in the system, but our constant struggle for making your life better could not simply stop. As we are strictly following the trends of websites becoming more user-friendly for mobile devices, we realized that the moment to optimize the online order process has come. For our customers’ convenience we relaunched the design and made it fully responsive. Furthermore, we have added several new features, which we hope you would like.
Have you ever thought how often you buy things online? And do you know how e-commerce is developing across Bulgaria and Europe? In the past year, e-commerce shows significant development once again. Expectations predict that the rise will continue in 2015 and 2016. The forecast shows that e-commerce revenues in Europe will reach 4.4% GDP (in 2016).