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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Alternative PHP Cache, APC, on GoDaddy Hosting

By |2012-10-03T17:29:40+01:00October 3rd, 2012|Technology, Web Development|

As I said earlier, Godaddy is implementing APC ( a great cache functionality) on its shared hosting plans. In a recent contact I had with them, it looks like the launch day is tomorrow.
Godaddy.comTill now, Godaddy disabled (by default) this extension for clients using actually Zend and Ioncube; good choice; as these 3 extensions represent an incompatibility risk.
If you want to benefit from the “awaited” great performance boosts with APC, you need to disable Zend and Ioncube extension and enable APC.

Enable APC on Godaddy.com Hosting

Here is how to do it:
Open your working php.ini/php5.ini file (it might be in a subfolder or on your root folder)
If you have Zend or Ioncube extensions enabled, and you are sure your sites will […]

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 […]

Optimize JA T3 Framework on your Joomla website

By |2012-08-15T23:23:00+01:00August 15th, 2012|Web Development|

After a long long time, I’m back again :D
I’m give you a little trick to speed up your Joomla website and optimize its loading time.
If you are using the JoomlArt.com’s JA T3 Framework, which is really great, you might experience slow joomla website and long wainting times until something shows up!
Pages being slow are a pain for the visitors and might make them go away from your website.
I found out that if you enable the CSS and JS optimise options from your template’s settings page, the requests made to the optimised CSS and JS files are redirected multiple times which causes serious performance issues and slows down your pages! Strange huh??
 
That is because of a bug in the JAT3 base system […]

[Resolved] WordPress : Custom Fields not working and not getting updated issue

By |2010-11-08T20:56:19+01:00November 8th, 2010|Technology, Web Development, Wordpress|

Time solves your problems

I’ve had a problem with WordPress last 3 months, and at last, I found the solution. Here is the story:


WordPress Custom Fields

WordPress posts have meta data (Custom Fields) where additional information on the post are stored. For example the featured image, number of views, comments count, keywords, SEO description and so on…

When posting new posts, the Custom fields where not getting stored on WordPress, so basically nothing was “tracked” and optimized. I looked everywhere on forums and internet resources for a solution to this issue, no luck!

Today I was rechecking Gibni’s data base and in the “post_meta” table, I found that “meta_id” was not set to “auto_increment”. You can see this in the “extras” column in phpMyAdmin while you see the “post_meta” table’s structure. Once setting this […]

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SEO Super Comments – Update

By |2010-04-22T11:49:42+01:00April 22nd, 2010|Blogging, Technology, Web Development|

Improve your SEO and increase Pageviews

There’s a great plugin for the WordPress platform, called SEO Super Comments, which creates a single “virtual” page for each comment on your site. It increases the number of pages you have on the site, and improves your SEO a lot. Read more on SEO Super Comments on the authors page: SEO Super Comments by Vladimir Prelovac .
“The concept relies around optimizing the target page using title and H1 tag using the context of the comment. So basically we will take the excerpt of the comment and use it to create the page title and H1 tag and in the body we will hold the content of the comment…” says Vladimir.

 

 

Emergency code

By |2009-08-28T15:44:26+01:00August 28th, 2009|Blogging, Security, Technology, Web Development, Wordpress|

Who to call in case of website emergency?

Due to some yet unknown issue, WordPress version 2.8.2 might be causing server errors.

Lunarpages, my “current” and might become “ex” webhosting company, shut down Gibni.com yesterday without any prior notice, saying they’ve taken an emergency action, as the “index.php” script in my wordpress root was using huge server resources, and could cause a server crash.

First problem is, not only they changed the “index.php” permissions to “000”  (no read permissions) but they took ownership of the file, so neither I could make any changes to the file, nor analyze it for troubleshooting.


Secondly, they made the domain return an “internal server error” to all visitors.


Third, they did not manage to put an “under maintenance” page at the […]

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Making money online, avoiding the scams

By |2009-05-05T21:10:05+01:00May 5th, 2009|Blogging, Security, Technology, Web Development, Wordpress|

Making money online…

Making money online is one of the most researched topics for many of web developpers, bloggers and website owners. It takes a lot of efforts to produce quality content and get enough traffic, to be able to rank better in search results and improve your different ranking factors. After a while of being online, website owners will get advertising offers from different companies, which might be interesting at first.

Well, this is a good sign, as it means that your site is getting some interest and attention; but it’s also an alert, warning you to be cautious.


There are lots of scams out there, which try to fool you by offering great business opportunities and make you run some ads or malicious scripts on your website. They […]

Posts and comments in “any” language in WordPress!

By |2009-04-13T02:52:50+01:00April 13th, 2009|Technology, Web Development, Wordpress|

Have you ever thought of writing your blog posts in a language other than English? or even let your visitors leave comments in another language!?


Well, some may answer with “Yes! in French!” (or Portuguese, or Italian…), but, what I mean is in other languages like Arabic, Farsi (Persian), Urdu, Chinese…, languages which have characters other than the basic “A,B,C…”

Basically, when you write a blog post on your blog, it is stored in a database, and what characters that database supports, defines the characters you can use for writting your post.


Well discuss about the two general types of WordPress, the WordPress.com blogs and self-hosted WordPress installations.


WordPress.com blogs:


Typing other languages such as Farsi or Russian or Arabic should be supported by default and […]

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