In a move that shocked a large number of online retailers who had not long moved to the much lauded and promoted Magento Go, the team behind the platform announced last year that Magento Go would be no more from 1st February 2015. eBay pull the plug Run by eBay Enterprise, the ecommerce division… Read more »
You may have received an email recently or read online or in the press about the recent POODLE SSL 3.0 vulnerability and are wondering what it is, and does it affect you. Should you be worried? What is POODLE? The POODLE attack (which stands for “Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption”) is a man-in-the-middle… Read more »
Regular followers of teclan’s blog posts over the years will have previously noted our recommendation back in 2012 that Google required your checkout pages to be encrypted by an SSL certificate (golden padlock). Well the non-SSL website pigeons are now coming home to roost. We have now seen Google starting to enforce this policy by… Read more »
Why customer reviews and testimonials are so important. Do you ask your customers for their feedback? Do you get in touch and ask their opinion on your products and services? Do you make it easy for them to give you this valuable information? The best form of advertising is word of mouth! Why? Three main… Read more »
Rory takes a look at the Wordpress publishing platform and lists his 7 favourite plugins for expanding what this incredible software can do.
On 1st November 2014 teclan ltd become the first business in Inverness, and the first digital company in the Highlands of Scotland to become an accredited Living Wage Employer. The Living Wage is an hourly rate set independently and updated annually, based on the cost of living in the UK. The Living Wage campaign has… Read more »
Prachi looks at the latest Penguin update from Google and what it could mean for your website.
It might seem like common sense, but you should really look into backing up your e-commerce website regularly, says Flora.
What is Big Data? A term that is being bandied about more frequently online these days is “Big Data.” Big data is an all-encompassing term for any collection of data sets so large and complex that it becomes difficult to process using traditional data processing applications. Whilst more and more information is being gathered and… Read more »
Google penalises websites that violate their Google Webmaster Policies. In other words, it does not like sites that have no content, duplicate content or thin content (Panda Updates) and the sites that previously used spam techniques for link building purposes (Penguin Updates). If you have used these methods, it is likely you will see your ranking being… Read more »