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Daft Integration for Estate Agent Websites in Ireland

May 15, 2014 | By | No Comments

Daft LogoWe recently developed a website where we have integrated Daft.ie (Ireland’s biggest property website) API into a website.   The info passed on was integrated on this website. The website has two types of listings – listings not listed on Daft and ones that are. The ones that are listed on Daft are automatically added to the respective category listing. Then when ‘click for more details’ the user is sent to the respective listing on the daft website.

We offer full or partial Daft.ie API integration for Estate Agents websites in Ireland into any WordPress, Joomla or other websites requiring a feed from their respective Daft listings.  With this service your website will pull full or partial data (as required) from your Daft listings onto your website – so when you update / add / delete your Daft listings, they will automatically be updated on your website.   Please note in order to get a feed from Daft, you (or your client) has to be a registered estate agent and have listings with Daft.

If you have any questions in relation to Daft

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What does ‘sort by position’ mean and how to effect this in Magento

May 13, 2014 | By | One Comment

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When looking at your Magento website, you may want to effect exactly which products show up in what order on any particular category.   By default, Magento will sort by ‘best value’ in the backend, which shows up as ‘position’ in the frontend.   But what does this mean?

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How Do I Get Default Quantity of 0 Instead of 1 in Magento

May 13, 2014 | By | No Comments

Your website shows a quantity of 0 in the quantity box but you can still add the item to your website’s cart. Shouldn’t it say 1 by default; well – yes I think so.

As an ecommerce website owner, you will run into 100s of questions you’d like to have easy answers to without having to know how to code.

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Touching Up, Preparing and Optimizing Images for your Website

May 28, 2012 | By | No Comments

Touching up pictures for your website can take just a few minutes of your time and can greatly enhance your ecommerce website, gallery or images added to your web pages or blog.

I will run you through a number of simple techniques in order to make a difference to your chosen pictures very quickly.

The screenshots I will show throughout this tutorial are of me using Adobe Photoshop CS5, however all techniques I am using are also available using previous versions (at least CS3) and Elements 7 – the position of the tools might’ve slightly changed but should be in the same area.

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Ecommerce SEO Tips – Content Problems

March 23, 2012 | By | No Comments

We provide SEO services for a number of ecommerce websites and am always following fellow SEO’ers and web designers to see what they have to say for tips, experimental data and more.   And even if you know half this stuff, written in a new light, we can always benefit from some more refreshing Ecommerce SEO Tips.

For a refreshing read and good data on this, I’d like to thank Yoast (who needs no introduction) and Brian (from ecreativeim) who wrote some excellent articles on this subject (follow the links).

Okay, so where do I start here – well first of all, this article has everything to do with how your website is built and not necessarily with link building; but all good SEO starts with a quality website.

I’m not going to talk about title tags, descriptions, headers, keyword density or any of that here.  It’s about quality content.

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Google SEO Tips

March 20, 2012 | By | No Comments

Contrary to popular belief – Google do give lots of direction on SEO and try to give webmasters and website owners tips on how to improve their visibility on the web.  Check out their webmaster blog or follow Matt Cutts blog.

With a constantly adjusting algorithm, the way to stay ahead of the game is to follow Google’s guidelines and those guidelines are all centered around quality and usability.

Google just issued a new video with some new tips to make your site more search engine (and user) friendly and here are some of the highlights I took out of it:

Use image and video sitemaps if warranted on your site.  It will not only improve your video’s be found on video search, but can also improve in organic search result with your video posted in search results

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