Monthly Archives: December 2010

  • The New York chapter of the Magento Meetup group met on the evening of December 8, 2010. A frigid winter night did not keep away a well-received turn out of returning attendees along with a crop of new faces. From seasoned pros to entreprenuers, all arrived ready to share their knowledge and discuss possible solutions to their specific questions.

    Hara Partners lead Project Manager and Software Architect, Mai Erne & Jun Zhao,
    discussed differences of the Enterprise edition and the formatting of
    Magento in the most efficient MVC (Model - View -Controller) hierarchy.

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    The lights went low and the knowledge was turned on.

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    Attendees left with a great perspective on the subject matter from a warm, programmer-friendly ambiance.
    Our moderators are always conscious of the programming community and we welcome any ideas or suggestions.
    Dont miss out on attending the next NY Magento Meet Up!

    Visit and sign up at as we are always open for topic and workshop suggestions.

  •  Google: Making Sense of the Latest Changes


    ChannelAdvisor published a recent study on the latest development by Google product serach entitled Making sense of Google's latest changes.

    The key findings include:

    1. Linking your Merchant Center and AdWords accounts
    2. UPCs should be used whenever possible (available)
    3. Constantly monitor the Google Product Search for changes
    4. Actively manage seller ratings
    5. Test product extensions provided by Google

    The white paper also advises to get ready for mobile commerce, but we find it very much depends on the products and audience.

  • E-Commerce Statistics - E-commerce Reaches Record Sales

    E-Commerce StatisticsThe Census Bureau released a recent study on e-commerce statistics where e-commerce now has a moved well over the 4% mark of retail market share. This is still a relatively small share and it needs to be seen how e-commerce will grow vis-a-vis the brick-and-mortar economy.

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