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PayPal Update Costs Sellers

In a move causing uproar in the eCommerce community, PayPal has announced a change in its refund policy that is causing a direct hit to…
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Updates to Google Shopping Feed

In a surprising post, Google has announced a new policy set to help merchants that rely on organic, rather than paid traffic. Outlined in an…
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We are nr.1! Absolute Web has won the Vue Storefront challenge!

Here at Absolute Web Services, we have assembled a team of some of the best web developers and designers. Our team likes to think ahead…
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7 Ecommerce Instagram Ad Hacks

This past June Instagram hit one billion monthly active users worldwide. With that number steadily rising you’re probably more motivated than ever before to launch…
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Absolute Web Services presenting at B2B Online Miami

Absolute Web Services is excited to be presenting B2B solutions at Booth 109 at the B2B Online Miami conference on November 12 – 14. We’re honored to…
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Top WooCommerce Plugins and Tools to Increase Conversion Rates and Drive Sales

WooCommerce is the most popular ecommerce platform in the world right now with more than 2,000,000 live websites. WooCommerce is dominant because of the numerous…
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2019 Ecommerce Conferences to Attend

2019 is filled with e-commerce events that you won’t want to miss. Whether you decide to attend a conference, convention, exposition, or summit, they’ll provide…
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Multivariate Testing: What it is and How to Run the Best Tests

What is Multivariate Testing? Multivariate Testing, also known as MVT is the process used by optimizers to test multiple variations of multiple elements, then measuring…
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Absolute Web Services Named the Top 2018 Ecommerce Development Company

We like to think that our name says it all: Absolute Web Services handles nearly all aspects of digital development, e-commerce, and marketing. Thanks to…
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WordPress – 15th Anniversary

WordPress has come a long way, 15 years to be exact. On this day, May 27th 2003, WordPress was released by Matt Mullenweg and Mike…
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