Payvment, a leading social commerce platform on Facebook, has reached an agreement with us to transfer all of their 200,000 sellers to Ecwid. Greetings to all Payvment sellers on behalf of the Ecwid community – welcome aboard! We’re glad to have you join our family of over 250,000 sellers in 174 countries and are here to help you grow your business.
Recently we've released an Ecwid version that supports two more PayPal products: PayPal Payments Advanced and PayPal Payflow Link. They allow customers to pay by credit card without leaving your site pages.
Now, just in time for the holidays, PayPal is rolling out new financing tools that can help you boost sales. If you’re using one of PayPal’s checkout products to accept payments, now you can offer customers financing through their Bill Me Later® service.
We're pleased to announce our Series A round of venture funding and a planned opening of our first United States and United Kingdom offices. The $1.5 million funding was completed by Runa Capital, a global venture capital firm. You will find the details on Techcrunch, VentureBeat or in our official press-release.
Today we’re happy to announce a new major version of our Facebook app with some new, very useful, and highly anticipated features added.
- Browse your products right inside your Facebook tab
- Straight forward installation process
- Manage your pages easily
- Easy and free way to create custom Facebook tabs
On 28 Apr, 2010 our CEO, Ruslan Fazlyev presented Ecwid at The Next Web 2010 conference.
Video of his presentation
We continue interviewing Ecwid merchants about e-commerce and their shops.
Today we feature Mike LoCurto, Natural Body Inc.com Partner, who will share some experience on how to run a successful online store.
Today we're announcing a new format of our blog posts: interviews with store owners about e-commerce.
Below is our interview with Amy Vander Vorste, the owner of Ojamiya.com.
Have you ever thought about how fast your shopping cart is? We suggest doing so. According to many investigations your store speed directly influences your sales.
It's a well-known fact that every 100ms of latency costs Amazon 1% of profit. A 2 second delay is 20%, and so on.
Customers don’t like waiting. There are a zillion different web stores they can go to. So don’t irritate your visitors with delays, your pages should open fast, period.
So what are the ingredients of a really fast store?