The only real problem with Magento, is learning how to use it. So to help, I've decided to put together all these videos... Sure it wasn't easy but I've learned a lot about the software while making them and that is definitely something worth knowing.
By 2013 there will be more than 1 billion smart phones and tablets sold worldwide -- and the purchase of tablets is expected to triple by 2016. With such staggering numbers, it's clear that there will be more and more people shopping online through mobile devices. Which is why, it goes without saying that we need to optimize our websites for these mobile users. But how do we do this while keeping costs down and user engagement up? Well...
WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems on the web today and there is good reason behind this. First off, it's one of the easiest to use and second, it offers a ton of plugins. People can use them to create professional business pages, stores and much more, which is the reason why I've put together tutorials that show people how to use WordPress for ecommerce.
In this tutorial I decided to show people how to create a Facebook store using free software. This tutorial works for all types of stores even ones that are selling affiliate items since the sale doesn't have to take place on your site. For example, it will work if you are looking to sell your own items in your Facebook store, are selling on a marketplace (such as Amazon, Ebay, Etsy etc.) or if you are an affiliate looking to drive traffic from your Facebook store to another site.
I can't even tell you how many times I've needed to edit photos. As time went by, I learned more and more about the program and got pretty good at editing images with it. Now, I've decided to put together these tutorials which can help others out there that want to learn more about the program.
Here's a list of tutorials that I put together on PrestaShop. While the list has some tutorials on PrestaShop 1.5.x, the majority of them cover 1.6.x but from my experience a lot of the information still applies to version 1.5.x as well.