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Five Ways Nextopia Can Get Your Online Store Ready for Halloween

By | eCommerce, holidays, mCommerce, Mobile Shopping, Nextopia, Site Search | No Comments

Running an eCommerce store is challenging enough as it is and because of this, many online retailers struggle to plan and prepare for every upcoming holiday. Minor holidays, like Halloween, tend to go overlooked as most retailers put all of their energy into preparing for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Boxing Day, despite…

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3 Best Practice Tips for Small eCommerce Businesses

By | eCommerce, mCommerce, Site Search | No Comments

With the exponentially growing eCommerce world, now is the time to gain recognition, trust, and credibility. Unfortunately, simply opening up and adding products to an online store alone won’t drive traffic to your site. But don’t be discouraged! There are many platforms, in addition to your online store, that will help you grow your business in the eCommerce world.

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Cost of Inaction: Why You Can’t Ignore Site Search

By | eCommerce Site Search, Internet Retailing, Site Search | No Comments

Even if you have had ineffective site search services/functionalities in the past or don’t think that you can afford the time or money to invest in site search, you may need to reconsider your stance here. Having an effective site search function on your e-commerce site has a number of potential benefits. Customers are accustomed to finding results quickly and accurately from search engines, and will expect a similar experience on e-commerce sites.

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Difference Between SaaS Site Search And Plug-Ins

By | eCommerce Site Search, Nextopia, Site Search | No Comments

There’s a big difference between software-as-a-service (“SaaS”) site search, and the typical free (or nearly free) site search plug-ins available for download. The top three site search providers by market share – Oracle, SLI-Systems, and Nextopia – provide an intelligent site search algorithm, handle the site search traffic load on their own servers, and include excellent integration and ongoing support. You don’t get that with a plug-in.

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