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Posts by Sean Hayes

Posts by Sean Hayes

Migrating Products With Multiple Options and Prices to BigCommerce

April 4, 2014 | |

Recently we had the opportunity to tackle a very difficult task, migrating product data from a less than user friendly eCommerce platform to a new BigCommerce website. Tackle Depot, a supplier of Fishing and Hunting products, had over 15,000 products across several hundred categories – most with different combinations of options that would change the…

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Accept On-Site Payments In Your Local Currency

March 15, 2013 | |

**NOTE: As of July 2014, we are no longer working on the ProStores platform. Please contact us if you would like to migrate your store to BigCommerce.** This one was a surprise to even us! For years we heard from the developers that the only way to accept payment in anything other than US Dollars…

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BigCommerce, ProStores and Shopify: A Comparison

November 16, 2012 | |

We’ve worked with plenty of platforms and there’s plenty of ups and downs for each. It’s always a matter of choosing the right tool for the job. We hope we can help you with that choice. BigCommerce

What’s New In ProStores 10.3.3?

November 2, 2012 | |

**NOTE: As of July 2014, we are no longer working on the ProStores platform. Please contact us if you would like to migrate your store to BigCommerce.** IntuitSolutions’ servers are now running ProStores Version 10.3.3! What’s new and different in this version you ask? Here’s the run-down: Google Feed File Change – Merchants can specify…

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Homestead StoreFront is ProStores

October 19, 2012 | |

**NOTE: As of July 2014, we are no longer working on the ProStores platform. Please contact us if you would like to migrate your store to BigCommerce.** HomeStead StoreFront is actually the ProStores eCommerce application. HomeStead (Intuit) decided to rebrand ProStores as Homestead StoreFront. Since then, plenty of folks have hosted their ecommerce site with…

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Rely on QuickBooks? Then Depend on BigCommerce

September 21, 2012 | |

Plenty of merchants out there rely on QuickBooks in one form or another. Their suite of inventory and funds management software is second to none for cost, convenience and compatability – three very important factors for most small businesses. But what happens when the shopping platform you use doesn’t play well with the particular version…

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Keeping Pace With The Google Penguin Updates

September 14, 2012 | |

Over the last few months, Google implemented some major changes in how your website is indexed and ranked. Issues that were considered very minor over the years now play a more important role in the value each page is given. Things like:

How to Handle Expired Capture Authorization

January 17, 2012 | |

When collecting payments online you’ve generally got two options regarding when you get paid. Either your payment processor captures the customer’s funds as soon as they click on the Confirm button, or they Authorize the order at that point and actually capture the funds when the order is marked as having been shipped. When Authorization…

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PHP and ProStores – The Possibilities are Endless!

October 7, 2009 | |

**NOTE: As of July 2014, we are no longer working on the ProStores platform. Please contact us if you would like to migrate your store to BigCommerce.** As a ProStores hosting company that offers PHP among the compatible languages in our server environment we’ve had the opportunity to develop some more interesting applications that go…

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ProStores Can Resize Your Product Images For You!

September 18, 2009 | |

Many people are unaware of a useful feature of the ProStores platform. You can submit oddly sized/shaped product photos to the system (one per product) and not only have it generate the thumbnail for you, but have it generate a properly sized main image as well. There are two ways to get to these settings,…

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