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Deep PCIng

Destiny Hagest takes us down the PCI rabbit hole, from origins to implementation to test. If you have never had to deal with PCI compliance, congratulations, but as the great ecommerce migration continues being aware of the basics is critical, What is PCI Compliance: “Originally set by the major credit card companies, the PCI Security […]

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Morning Coffee for Ecommerce: Trending

It’s Thursday so ecommerce, WooCommerce, all the commerces! There are some interesting events that you can still sign up for to expand your horizons: first thing this morning we have Demo Day 2020 ,the final show of Kiuas Accelerator – showcasing the 16 most promising early-stage startups in Finland. Also concurrently we have the last day of 5to9 (I’ll be speaking at 11am CT), and finally WordPress London Meetup 12th Anniversary this afternoon.

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Morning Coffee for Ecommerce: Tips are Appreciated

The next three and half months in ecommerce will certainly be record breaking beyond anything expected. When you can’t go out and crawl the mall because it’s locked down, or will have a heart attack when everyone is sneezing because of fall weather, you’ll be at some of the big tent online retailers (Amazon, Walmart, Costco, Tartget). Ok but I also think there is a growing flight to quality and local, more than ever we want to see our neighbors succeed. And there are plenty of local or regional stores that are heading full steam ahead into ecommerce. Let’s help them out.

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Q*BERT

Ecommerce SEO often feels like hopping from one new Google rule to another, let’s welcome Google’s BERT (Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers) into our alphabet soup, not that expanded acronym actually helps me understand what it is. Omnisend looks at what BERT and User Intent mean for you. Also it’s complicated: “While most Google updates come with a set of tactics that merchants can employ to help raise their rankings in the SERPs, Google has openly acknowledged that no such strategies exist for BERT.”