Archive for the ‘dynamic content’ Category

Wooslider Plugin by WooThemes

Sunday, May 12th, 2013

Wooslider is a really cool plugin introduced by Woothemes. It makes it really easy for website owners or administrators to add a image sliders to their websites. Wooslider comes with a variety of content layouts and slider types. It is very easy to customize, and with a little knowledge of  CSS you can make amazing slider types yourself. This plugin is recommended for every website owner to have, because it offers intuitive dashboard which makes life a lot easier for non-technical website owners who want to update their website slider. It is worth $29, this product can be found at

WooCommerce Facebook Tab plugin for selling through Facebook

Friday, April 26th, 2013

WooCommerce developed this plugin in order to get your business to achieve the maximum sales and increase your sales potential through Facebook. This plugin allows you to showcase and sell your products through Facebook, it is a very nice plugin to have on the Facebook page for your business.


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More and more Australians to start online businesses

Friday, April 19th, 2013

Due to the economic slowdown Australians are becoming more reliant on online business sites, which is just another way for boosting economy and going about increasing their savings. Online business is very successful and offers many benefits, whether it is used to increase the number of sales for a business, to get a business back on track or to start a new business from scratch.

ING Direct executive director Rob Hendriks says “Australians are very creative in boosting their income. We see an increased effort in selling goods online, taking additional jobs, and especially in New South Wales we see a lot of women entering the workforce.”

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The number of online shopping users in AU is on the rise

Friday, April 19th, 2013

A research which has been put in Australia shows that the number of Australian internet users who visit online shopping websites is increasingly on the rise. This is due to the fact that the traffic on social networking sites in Australia has been decreasing.

Internet users use the internet for many reasons such as socializing with friends, looking for things of interest, and more importantly do online shopping. At the very breakthrough of social media networks, it was thought that social media networks like Facebook or Twitter were the best places for every business to market its products. People tended to use Social media networks and rely on it since it offered them a free way of marketing and advertising, however many business owners have realised that social media networks are not to be the domain marketing  strategy for businesses. This is because  every successful business must have a formal website with a registered domain name where the products can be professionally showcased, an online shop is the place where every user would go to browse for products and make an instant purchase.

Another reason for the decrease of the use of social media networks is that Australian internet users have become more aware of the fact that social media networks is not the best place to browse for products. Social media networks are kind of like the fans place but not the best place where people would trust a brand to succeed and use as the main marketing strategy.

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Business sites increasingly using dynamic online content: Akamai

Monday, March 4th, 2013

Akamai Australasia senior manager, Ian Teague, has discussed the growing trend of businesses adding dynamic content to their websites.

Dynamic content such as video reviews & staff introductions are becoming a popular way to engage with web users.

“Everyone is doing business online and have an online precedence, but it has to go further than just basic content” he said.

“People want a rich, engaging experience, so they are putting media content on their website to make it more engaging.”

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