In a nutshell, Headless software refers to a set up where the back-end system can be separated from the front-end appearance of an application or website. There’s also such a thing as ‘de-coupled’ but we’ll come onto that later.
Online payments as we know them are changing. New EU legislation coming in on the 14th September 2019 tightens regulations and requirements around the handling of payments and card data. The new legislation will be known as PSD2. It can be a daunting topic so our commerce experts have broken down everything you as a merchant need to know.
It's here! Black Friday spreads far beyond its 'Friday' namesake. With consumers expecting more from the annual discount period, here are our top tips for a successful sale:
eCommerce Show North is an annual opportunity to celebrate the thriving digital and eCommerce industry outside of London. We always aim to stay at the cutting edge of industry practice, so we thoroughly enjoyed the chance to collate industry insights and share our successes at this year’s event.
Competition in online retail is fierce. With multiple retailers bidding on the same keywords, organic visibility can help you break through the noise. That's why harnessing organic search traffic is the foundation of a successful e-commerce website. When online shoppers are seeking something specific, it is vital that your products and services are readily visible to this target audience.
Black Friday is a phenomenon from the USA that became part of the UK commerce calendar for the first time just a few years ago. Since then, the discount day has evolved to cover shallower offers over a longer period (often dubbed “Black Five-Days”).
We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted as finalists at this year’s DADI Awards. Our work has been recognised amongst the industry’s best not one, not two, but 9 times over!
Malware (malicious software) that skims card details from customers has compromised thousands of unsecure Magento-based e-commerce businesses in 2018.
The breach was first noticed in late August, but is believed to have been impacting businesses for the last 6 months, with attackers planting skimmers on over 7000 stores to date.