Magento is one of the best e-commerce platforms out there. That’s indisputable. There are many reasons for people to love this platform and decide to use it to build their online shops. First, it’s fast. Unlike Magento 1, Magento 2 has improved its performance significantly, and that helps store owners in many aspects, such as […]
Magento is one of the best e-commerce platforms out there. That’s indisputable. There are many reasons for people to love this platform and decide to use it to build their online shops. First, it’s fast. Unlike Magento 1, Magento 2 has improved its performance significantly, and that helps store owners in many aspects, such as SEO. Second, it is a very flexible platform compared to many other e-commerce platforms out there on the market. Of course, it also comes with a catch, and that is Magento requires users to have development skills if they want to make the best out of it. That’s why it’s not a beginner-friendly platform.
The last reason, and in my personal opinion, this is the biggest one. The beauty of Magento is that it is so easy to personalize a store, to make it unique. Users can do this either by adjusting their code or utilizing pre-made extensions. There are many extensions for Magento (and by that I mean Magento 2, since literally no one uses Magento 1 anymore) that you can choose on the market. Other than popular extensions like One Step Checkout, Loyalty Program, etc., there are some underrated extensions but super helpful that I’m sure not many people know about.
CommWeb is a payment acceptance service for online stores provided by Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Now you can integrate it into your Magento 2 store. It’s everything you expected from a world-class bank: fast, reliable, seamless customer experience and super safe. CommWeb accepts every major card types supported by Commonwealth Bank, such as Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club, JCB, etc. In addition to that, it also saves a lot of time for store owners since the task of managing payments becomes so easy. Tailored reports, supports partial or total refund are just some of the benefits that you will receive if you choose to integrate this extension to your store.
Custom Order Number
Most store owners set their order numbers to be automatic. That’s really convenient, no doubt, but what if you have to customize it? For example, when you have to protect some sensitive business information and hide certain data from your competitor, what do you do? You need the Custom Order Number. Or maybe you want to bring your A-game by enhancing your store numbering system, configure each document independently so that your store looks more professional. More power to you then, but you still need this very extension to make that happens. In an extreme case, where the government requires you to set your order number a certain way, this is the extension that can help you with that.
When customers purchase your products or services, it’s inevitable that they will have some questions. It would be really time-consuming if you try to answer all the questions one by one. That’s why you need to create a FAQ page. You may say: ”Well, I answer my customer’s questions in the blog posts and contents that I created, so I don’t need a FAQ page.” Fair enough, but don’t you think it’s going to be difficult for your customers to find the exact question they want to ask in your content? So why not save time for both you and your customers by putting all the frequently asked questions in one place, so that they don’t need to contact you and you also have a chance to show some personality as well as building trust? In addition to that, the FAQ page usually attracts a lot of traffic and include many long-tail keywords that you can leverage to improve your SEO. It’s just an overall good deal.