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Cam Flanigan
Product Guru, VPCart
Cam has been leading VPCart development for over 15 years.

Gareth Sales
Marketing Manager, VPCart

Nicholas Ekam
Business Development Manager, VPCart

Wilson Keneshiro
VPCart Support Guru

Jack French
Blog Writer, VPCart
Nicole Baldivia
Blog Writer, VPCart

Megan Ritter
Online Business Journalist

Blog archive

Blocking the conversion funnel leakage on your online store

Friday, July 19, 2019

  In a perfect world, 100% of prospects should ordinarily convert to sales but we can all agree that in reality, it is a different case. Most businesses lose potential customers between stages of the conversion funnel, though it is okay if there are no excessive as excessive funnel leaks a ... More!

Easy Ways To Drive Traffic To Your Online Store

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

As an online entrepreneur, you must learn to love traffic. The flow of online traffic to your website is a good sign that your store is reaching out to possible prospects which could also mean possible sales from your store, the more traffic you get, the more money you stand to make, so the goal ... More!

Finding a Profitable Ecommerce Niche You Can Dominate

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

A niche market is the subset of a larger market on which a specific product is focused. Its solely aimed at satisfying specific market needs, as well as the price range, production quality and the demographics that it is intended to target. Physically it is when you (Business Owner) are ab ... More!

Critical eCommerce Mistakes to Avoid When Selling Online

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Running a business is no job for the faint at heart, experts suggest that the average drop out time for early online business owners is between 2-5 years. This fact is based on the assumption that many business owners give up half way just because they do not get enough sales. The comp ... More!

How to Sell on Instagram

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

  Creating an Instagram storefront that takes your sales up and away is easier than you probably think. An Instagram page allows your customers to easily scroll through your Instagram feed allows you to get an up-close and personal view of your products. Taking advantage of the word-of-mo ... More!

VPCart Authorize Net AcceptJS Gateway Update

Saturday, June 22, 2019

We recently have updated our V8 and v9 Authorize.Net Accept JS gateway module to pass customer shipping address information to Authorize Net. If the customer shipping address information is sent to Authorize Net, after the paym ... More!

How To Identify And Remove Bot Traffic In Google Analytics

Friday, June 14, 2019

ftp://[email protected]/SEO_BOTS.jpg Analytics data is pretty damn important to any online marketer who cares about their SEO campaigns. But when it gets tampered with by fake, spammy data, itís tough to work out how well your campaigns are performing. In this article, we take a look at ... More!

Catchy Phrases That Can Increase Sales with your Email Campaign

Monday, June 10, 2019

Words have the ability to motivate, it is a powerful tool that enables you to connect with your audiences and spur them to take action. The trick here is to determine which ones work for your business and your particular situation. A word or phrase that performs well in one campaign may not be ... More!

Creative Ways to Get More Customers on Your Store

Thursday, June 6, 2019

For many small businesses, marketing and advertising is a huge problem and coming up with fresh and fun ways to get customers to your store can be a huge task sometimes. There are times when you feel like you have tried every marketing recipe you have got, and now you are just repeating the same ... More!

Website downtime and the cost implication on your ecommerce business

Monday, May 27, 2019

A recent study by Dun & Bradstreet found that nearly 60 percent of Fortune 500 companies experience a minimum of 1.6 hours of downtime every week. This was founded on the fact that the average uptime of 32 shared web hosting providers was 99.59%. That is approximately 35 hours 32 minutes of ... More!