17 October 2019

Second blog on the E-commerce website – WooCommerce

WooCommerce is an open-source e-commerce plugin for WordPress. It is designed for small to large-sized online merchants using WordPress. Launched on September 27, 2011, the plugin quickly became popular for its simplicity to install and customize and free base product.

10 October 2019

First blog on the E-commerce website options

Online shopping is a form of electronic commerce which allows consumers to directly buy goods or services from a seller over the Internet using a web browser. Consumers find a product of interest by visiting the website of the retailer directly or by searching among alternative vendors using a shopping search engine, which displays the same product's availability and pricing at different e-retailers.

1 October 2019

Blog Series on E-commerce websites

Welcome to our series on the best e-commerce platforms to sell on. Over the next ten weeks we will be exploring the advantages and disadvantages of each of these platforms for your companies website.  Square Online Store, WooCommerce, X-cart, Zen Cart, Magento Open Source, OpenCart, PrestaShop, osCommerce, JigoShop, Drupal Commerce, WP ecommerce, Ubercart, Wix, Big Cartel, Jimdo and Ecwid.

23 September 2019

Eighth Instalment of the Video Blog Series: Storyboard

Step 8: Storyboard
Okay, so you’ve written your script, you’re done now, right? Not exactly. It’s now time to work with an artist, illustrator, or designer to create visuals that go with your script.

14 September 2019

Seventh Instalment of the Video Blog Series

Step 7: Write the script
Every writer, creative director, director, etc, likely has their own way of writing scripts. There are also countless “script templates” for how to lay everything out (while these may seem pretentious, they actually are pretty helpful).

7 September 2019

Sixth Instalment of the Video Blog Series

Step 6: Outline the idea

Assuming you have a loose idea for your video, it’s now time to start fleshing out the details. To do it, I would suggest you start at a high level, then work backward from there. It’s time to start thinking about the details of the story. For example:

31 August 2019

Fifth Instalment of Video Blog Series: Future is Video when it comes to creating content, you only have to choose the type of video that best conveys your message

There are many different types of videos that you can create. Here are a few types for you to consider: Animated video, Live-action video, 360-degree video, VR video.

25 August 2019

Fourth Instalment of the Video Blog

More and more people are becoming accustomed to streaming TV shows and full-length movies online. What length plays well for YouTube videos these days? And how does the appropriate length differ for the different types of videos your organization may be considering putting online?

18 August 2019

Third Instalment of the Video Blog

Step 3: Set the tone
Creating and editing video is not a cumbersome process anymore. But, what matters is the Video Content. Video Content is the basic and important part of your video. Getting a huge number of viewers on your video depends on the video content and is a challenging task. In most cases, if the video is way too long, then you can expect that viewers will consistently drop off.

13 August 2019

This is our second Blog in our 8 week You Tube video series – Choosing a Direction for your video

Today's blog focusses on choosing a direction for your video to be produced, but first there are a few minor but key points that need to be considered before any video shooting begins. First off there are the 3 stages of video production: Pre-production, Production and Post-Production