How to Market Cosmetics Products for an E-Commerce Website?

By |2020-05-10T15:43:10+01:00May 9th, 2020|E-commerce, Marketing|

E-Commerce is on a roll, especially in 2020, when the world is at a standstill due to the COVID-19 pandemic. People have not stopped using cosmetics and are looking for their favorite products online.

That’s exactly why you should be doubling down on your marketing efforts and make sure your cosmetic eCommerce store reaches the target audience at the right place and at the right time.

In this post, we are going to talk about some of the ways you can use to market your products and drive traffic to your eCommerce website. Let’s get started, shall we?

 

8 Ways to Market Your Cosmetics Products in 2020

Here are the 8 ways to market your cosmetics eCommerce store in 2020.

 

  1. Use Video Content

    Video is the most consumed content online. You can create videos […]

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Optimize your CS-Cart store

By |2012-09-26T23:57:15+01:00September 26th, 2012|Blogging, E-commerce, Technology, Web Development|

Faster websites get better SEO scores and get better indexes in search engines, a Google employee once said "Website should be fast", your visitors will agree, trust me. Faster and optimized eCommerce websites do sell more than 40% more than slower ones, just because they are faster. You "will" agree once you see the money come ;) trust me.

APC caching for CS-Cart 3 and Smarty 2

By |2012-09-25T12:44:16+01:00September 25th, 2012|E-commerce, Web Development|


Today I got and email from Godaddy saying that Godaddy.com is implementing APC cache from 1st October 2012. APC cache helps your pages load a lot faster, but it is not always easy to implement it into your software. Smarty, the template engine, implements the APC cache from its version 3, but the older versions of Smarty, are a bit trickier to master.
Finding a good way of implementing APC cache to your Smarty 2 is a challenge, but don’t worry, I am here :D.
Here is a method to implement APC cache to your CS-Cart eCommerce software, which is using Smarty 2 as its templating engine:
You need to:

  1. Create a SMARTY cache handler for handling APC cache. Be careful that […]

Set cookie domain for CS-Cart

By |2012-09-24T02:25:52+01:00September 24th, 2012|E-commerce, Technology, Web Development|

If your are using CS-Cart eCommerce software, you might need to configure CS-Cart to set its cookies to a specific domain or subdomain.
To do this, you need to modify a bit the “CORE” of CS-Cart.

  1. Edit the file :
<CS-CART_ROOT>/core/fn.common.php
  1. Around lines 2035 to 2044, you will find the fn_set_cookie() function,
  2. Modify the last line of this function from:
 return setcookie($var, $value, $expiry, $current_path);


to

 $current_domain = (defined('HTTPS')) ? Registry::get('config.https_path') : Registry::get('config.http_path');
 if ($current_domain != ''){
    return setcookie($var, $value, $expiry, $current_path, $current_domain);
 }else{
    return setcookie($var, $value, $expiry, $current_path);
 }

Happy creating!

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