If you’re still using a desktop website and a mobile website, the time has come for upgrading to a responsive design. If you’re a Yahoo! Store and haven’t updated your website to a responsive theme, the time has come – and it’s easier than you may think. Users of Big Commerce and Shopify are most […]
The essential recovery system for abandoned shopping carts – our exciting Conversion Wizard is only $59 a month. No Revenue Share Fees! – that’s right, just a flat $59 a month. Did You Know? – 76% of online shoppers abandon their cart – leaving $18B of lost revenue on the table. Your Store Wizards is here to give […]
Starting in October 2018 – Your Store Wizards has implemented a new billing system. We know many of our customers have been with us since the early 2000’s and we’ve used the same billing systems for many years. We want you to be aware that the way you receive charges from us is changing.
If you haven’t yet stopped to read about the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), you probably have heard the term thrown around. Even though the GDPR is a regulation for the EU (European Union) – it does have some implications for US based businesses. We’re going to take a minute to explain what this means […]
With the recent push for all websites to be SSL by July 18, 2018 – Yahoo’s Legacy Search, which is not compliant with SSL will reach it’s end of life on April 30, 2018. You will see a notice inside of your store editor. It will look something like this… There are solutions and […]
If you currently have Checkout Wizard from Your Store Wizards, you may need to make some changes to your Checkout Wizard for the new release of Mastercard’s Bin Numbers. If you do not have Checkout Wizard from Your Store Wizards you will not need to make any changes – of course now would be a […]
Imagine a new visitor, a potential buyer, clicking on your webpage link among all the search results. As he is directed to your site, he sees a NOT SECURE warning appearing right beside your URL. That could be alarming for many. And it is likely to drive a lot of visitors and customers away.
Starting in October 2017, Google Chrome will begin to display a “NOT SECURE” warning whenever a user enters text on a form located on an HTTP page. This warning is designed to alert website visitors that your website is not running on the HTTPS protocol. Google has made it apparent that this is only the […]