ecommerce

CSE Feed Specifications & Taxonomy

Feb
04

One of the best way to bring traffic to your ecommerce website is to adding your website to the shopping comparison engines (CSE). CSEs index your product data, and present them to the Internet shoppers for price comparison. Online users browsing CSEs are generally in the market to purchase a merchandise, traffic brought to you by CSEs are targeted traffic you may convert to "real" customers. There are more than a dozen CSEs, some FREE and most PAID engines, will help you increase your sales volume.

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How do I setup an ecommerce website?

Feb
04

Setting up an ecommerce website is a little more involved than setting up a personal homepage. The basic domain and web hosting setup are identical, but ecommerce website requires a few additional components in order to offer credit card processing and secure checkout process. You may also use 3rd-party hosted ecommerce application, but this article discusses the procedure for creating a standalone website built from a shopping cart application.

1. Register a domain name.

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Declined Credit Card Transaction appear as approved by Bank

Feb
04

Every once in a while customers call us at Kiddie Toys, and tell us that they are seeing "unauthorized" credit card charge(s) on their bank account. Customers attempted to place an order online, and the credit card declines for some reason but the bank account of a buyer shows that the charge went through. We (merchant) look up our payment gateway and see multiple "declined" transactions. Customers ask us to remove the charge(s) for those transactions that were never approved in the first place. So, what is going on here?

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