Today, we’re launching our WordPress plug-in for inbox.photo.
The purpose of this plug-in is to streamline linking of your inbox.photo shop from your WordPress based site. Integration is made easy by generating ordering buttons or snippets using a dedicated shortcode.
A product widget is also available for themes supporting sidebar widgets. Continue reading WordPress plug-in for inbox.photo
No doubt about it, photokina is the world’s leading trade fair for photo. We will be exhibiting at photokina 2016.
We will be showcasing our range of products and will be glad to demonstrate the latest features added. Continue reading Meet us at photokina 2016
Some times, too much is too much.
And when it comes to placing online orders for photo products, the easiest, the best.
With this in mind, we’ve released inbox.photo for small photo businesses willing to provide their customers with modern online photo products ordering capabilities.
No software to install, no web hosting to manage, inbox.photo is a fully hosted solution. Thanks to the latest HTML5 technology, it runs on all terminals, what ever the operating system (assuming it runs a modern web browser), what ever the device including tablets and mobile phones.
inbox.photo is a over easy solution for allowing your customer to place orders of prints, canvas or posters. Continue reading Introducing inbox.photo
Improving email delivery is a key issue especially in ecommerce. But before wondering how and what to optimize, first is to get a good picture of what is happening and what goes wrong. Following good practices is obviously a good rule to follow but implementing DKIM, SPF and DMARC can also help improving email delivery rate at this stage.
DMARC helps you know what ISPs know about the incoming emails and why they should deliver these emails. Once activated, supporting ISPs automatically send you reports of incoming emails received. Reports refer on your SPF and DKIM records. Fine tuning these records will help reducing spammy emails and, in the end, improve your sender reputation which leads to better email delivery rates.
Eliminating spoofing reduces risk of being considered as a spammer. Continue reading Understanding and improving email delivery
We are humans, we hate waiting.
Therefore, speed matters in every action we take. In fact, speed seems to be hidden in our mental approaches (it probably has something to do with adrenaline).
Speed sensation relies on multiple factors. The first one is obviously speed itself. But the second one that comes right next is clarity, understanding things quickly, feeling confident. We often instantaneously have feelings and follow them. Thanks to some signs, we know we are in the right place, we know we will find what we are looking for, etc.. Continue reading Speed matters
Koffeeware provides two main products, Creator Five and Photo Web Shop. We get often asked how do Creator Five and Photo Web Shop really differentiate? Some information to better understand which suits best your needs.
To make it simple, on one hand, Photo Web Shop is a turnkey e-commerce environment to create photo products centric web shops. On the other hand, Creator Five is an online tool to provide for product customization functionnalities. Continue reading What distinguishes Creator Five from Photo Web Shop?
Our redesigned demo site is now up and running. As the majority of our customers’ web sites have been updated to HTML5 so is now our demo web site.
This new web site demonstrates what HTML5 can bring to your online photo products shop using four examples of product families: photo books, mobile phone cases, prints, cards and calendars. All these families of products benefit from the latest in-browser technology for a simple path to product customization. Continue reading New HTML5 demo site released
HTML5 has been around for some time. It suddenly has come a new buzzword for online photo businesses. Put simply, for non involved people, HTML5 sounds like just another version of that underlying language for web pages. Not really the stuff everybody feels concerned about.
But HTML5 has far more implications, some of which are highly beneficial to online photo services. Continue reading Why HTML5 is important for online photo businesses
As a follow-up of the Heartbleed vulnerability issue, we have reviewed all Koffeeware services for impact for the issue described in CVE-2014-0160.
A short explanation, for over two years, the Internet’s most popular implementation of the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol has contained a critical defect that allowed attackers to pluck account passwords, authentication cookies, and other sensitive data out of the private server memory of websites. Continue reading OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability issue
Selling photo products online is a tough task as photo publishing ecommerce competition is playing hard. This said, multiple ways exist to increase the average revenue per order. Continue reading Increasing the average value of photo products basket