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Monsta G Magento online store now live

August 22nd, 2011 No comments

One of our clients – Monsta G’s store is now live. The store was built in Magento Commerce and turned around in a week. The store features:

  • mp3 Album Downloads
  • CD purchases
  • songs downloads from Albums
  • bundling free albums with other album purchases
  • Apparel purchases

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Do you need an online store? reach out to us at info@dzineclub.com

Total Value of Products on DIY Online Store

June 29th, 2011 No comments

We have just created a widget that shows the total value of products being sold through our DIY Online Store platform.

The widgets are updated in real time and as clients add new stores to the platform or more products the values will add up.  So feel free to visit our site at any stage and look at the updated running total.

 

The widgets come up in three spots

Home Page Widget

 

DIY Shopping Cart Value

 

Side Bar Widgets

DIY Online Store Value small

New DIY Shopping Cart Store now Live – Performance Canoes and kayaks

February 4th, 2011 No comments

PCK DIY Shopping Cart now Live

Performance Canoes and Kayaks, one of our favorite clients have now gone live with their online store build in the dzineStore DIY Shopping Cart platform.

PERFORMANCE CANOES & KAYAKS specialises in technically advanced, high quality, paddle-sports equipment for paddlers at all levels. PCK is an authorized Australian agent for the iconic STRUER brand, as well as performance specialists ELIO, PLASTEX, SIPRE, LETTMANN, SELECT and G’POWER. PCK also offers versatile adventure touring solutions for the intrepid recreational paddler with the expedition tough range from NAUTIRAID. Recently they have also introduced the SEA EAGLE brand to our range, the global leaders in inflatable water sports equipment.

Shopping Cart Look and Feel

The shopping cart look and feel has been customised a lot based on the look and feel of their current website http://www.pck.com.au

The new look was given quickly by grabbing the existing css and changing that on the current store.

Facebook/Twitter Integration

They are also leveraging Facebook integration by having a Like Us button on the sidebar and share me and tweet me on the product pages.

dzineStore DIY Shopping Cart V3

When dzineStore V3 comes around next month, they will be able to utilize youTube integration helping their customers make better decisions by using videos against their product.

They can also utilise their current subscriber base by sending quick emails to them.

Click here to view Performance Canoes and Kayaks Online Store

 

DIY Shopping Cart - Performance Canoes and Kayaks

CommWeb Magento Integration

December 29th, 2010 No comments

CommWeb Payment Gateway for Magento Commerce

Commonwealth Bank - Commweb Magento Commerce

Other than eWay, CommWeb is another way to accept payments via your website. CommWeb is a fast and reliable payment gateway via Commonwealth Bank that allows you to accept payments via your website or your Magento online store. Commweb allows you to accept all major credit cards in real time and provides the merchant with same-day settlement to their Commonwealth Bank business account.

CommWeb also comes with support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Click here for for information about CommWeb

Please download this booklet to view the merchant fees for using CommWeb with your Magento store.

DzineClub Magento Development

DzineClub provided Magento Commerce Development with integration to CommWeb, eWay and Paypal Payment Gateways. To view more information about our Magento Development please click here:
http://www.dzineclub.com/magento-commerce.php

DzineClub Magento Video Tutorials and Resources

Our Clients also get indepth video tutorials, which teach them how to work with their Magento Installations.
http://www.dzineclub.com/blog/2011/02/magento-commerce-development-videos/

If you want a new Magento Store, want to enhance your store or want to know what things you can do with your existing store, please contact us

Selling Products – Use Videos

December 5th, 2010 No comments

Here is a great article on BBC Business which talks about using videos to sell your products.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-11899824?OCID=spttb

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DIY Online Store – DzineStore – Updates

November 30th, 2010 No comments

WIth the launch of two new online stores based on dzineStore framework here are the udpates on the platform:

Modern Skin – Looks Better

The store has been updated so that it looks much better than the older store. It is more sleek, pleasing to the eye and more functional.

The buttons have been smoothened and the menu bars have been give the web 2.0 effect.

DIY Online Store - New Look

 

Share your product on Facebook, Twitter

The social media integration has been improved. There is a button next to each product to like it in Facebook or tweet about it in twitter.

DIY Online Store - Social Media Integration

Build more subscribers, fans, followers, viewers and customers

The Store itself now has integrations with your Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and eBay accounts. If you have a Facebook account, a twitter account, a YouTube page or an eBay store, all you have to do is put the link to them on the control panel and they will automatically show up on the homepage and on the store pages.

DIY Online Store - Facebook, Twitter and Youtube

Google Analytics Integration with Online Store

Just put in your Google Analytics code and the Online Store will start showing Analytics reports on your Google Analytics Dashboard.

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Campaign Monitor Integration

Do you use campaign monitor as your email provider. If you do, the newsletter section can subscribe visitors directly into your campaign monitor account.

online store campaign monitor integration

 

Flash Slider on Front Page

You can choose between a flash slider or a jQuery slider on the front page to promote your products. Having jQuery slider means that your store is 100% visible in iPhone and the iPad and your mobile customers can buy products using their mobile devices.

Better PayPal Integration

We have improved the PayPal integration so that you only need an email address to start your online store making it quicker and easier to set up. You can also accept payments via credit cards through the PayPal integration making it more safe and secure for both yourself and your customer.

 

Lots of more updates coming soon, stay tuned. Pricing for dzineStore starts at $1000 AUD + GST per year. If you need a store by Christmas, please contact us at info@dzineclub.com

dzineStore Online Stores going live

November 27th, 2010 No comments

The new version of dzineStore now officially version 3 is up and ready to help Small and Medium businesses sell sell sell online.

 

2 new online stores going live this week

Based on the new version, there will be two more online stores going live this week. Right in time for christmas. One of the stores only started a few days ago, which means we had to do some improvements on the framework to allow for speedier uploads and set ups.

 

New Customisations

The platform now allows multiple customizations. Not only can you use your own colours and look and feel, but the new framework allows a whole css file to be uploaded giving you more control on the positioning of the elements.

 

Front Page Sliders for Promotions

The Front Page Promotions has been upgraded so that you can choose between a flash one or a javascript one. Both of them have their advantages and disadvantages.

 

iPhone and Android Compatible – Mobile Commerce

The store looks good on both the iPhone and the Android browsers. A customer can also buy products using the mobile.

 

Quick to Set Up

The store is even quicker to set up. If you have the product images and a paypal account handy, it will be a matter of minutes before a customer can buy your products online.

More information coming soon. Stay tuned.

David Jones Online Store

November 5th, 2010 No comments

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After venturing unsuccessfully in the Online retail space in early 2000, David Jones have just launched their online. The store looks great and we are excited that it will bring out all those other big retailers back into the online space.  Big Australian retailers has traditionally not been as open to online stores and have tested the waters and decided not to jump in. This hopefully paves the way for online shopping.

There are some things that we don’t understand from a usability perspective why they have been put in such as double scroll bars. However the store is sleek and works fairly well. Hopefully this works great for them.

Current Online Projects

October 27th, 2010 No comments

DzineClub is a fairly new business so not everyone knows what we do and what we are currently working on. Everyone that we have been talking to is asking what Projects DzineClub is working on currently. So I thought we would put up a list of our projects so that you know what we are working on, our expertise and if you have a similar project in mind.

Home Builders Website – Zuccala Homes

We are currently finalising Zuccala Homes website which is a CMS driven home builder website. The website has a good mix of jquery, flash and social media components. Here is a list of what we are doing with them

  • Custom CMS Implementation
  • Search Engine Optimisation
  • Web Analytics
  • Email Marketing

Recruitment Website – Melbourne

We are currently building a recruitment website for a Recruitment company in Melbourne. The CMS will allow the client to post jobs and use custom advanced pages

  • Custom CMS Implementation
  • Search Engine Optimisation
  • Web Analytics
  • Email Marketing
  • Social Media Strategy

A high profile rapper from California

We are currently doing the whole digital strategy for a rapper in California who is about to launch his debut album.

  • Website Development
  • Search Engine Optimisation
  • Social Media Strategy
  • Email Marketing
  • Selling Songs and Ringtones
  • Merchandise store

Hopefully this gives a basic idea of the projects that we are capable of running. Feel free to reach out on info@dzineclub.com for any questions.

Online Stores / e-commerce Must Do’s

August 30th, 2010 No comments

Easy to reach contact Information on each page

Helps the customer enquire about the product at any stage of the purchase. If they were not sure about buying the product, your reply should help them make the decision.

Allow to buy without creating an account

Make it easy and quick for the casual shopper to your online store. As long as you get paid for the product and it is easy for the customer to buy it, that is all that should matter. Also make sure that you have the option to create an account for easier repeat purchases.

Product refining options

As you dig deeper into category, there should be options to refine your search based on different attributes. Colour, size, price etc.

Price Range Options

Have a few price ranges to match the budget against products. More often than not a visitor is thinking more around the price than the product

Multiple and Detailed Product Pictures

With latest zoom plug-ins and scripts, there is no excuse to not have a picture that can be enlarged and zoomed into. Most products also require multiple angle shots for best customer experience.

Detailed Shipping Rates and Calculator

Don’t make the shipping rates a last minute surprise (or shock) Inform your visitors from the start on how much it would cost them to ship the product.

Return Policy

Customers are always wary of buying products online. Make sure that you have detailed the return policy and re-enforced it on the pages to keep them at ease.

Alerts for out-of-stock Products

Set up alerts for products that are out of stock. When the product lands in the store, the customers get automatically notified.

Related and Combined Products

Show a list of related products. If a customer is already looking at a product, chances are that they will want a related product or look at a related product as an alternative.

Product Pictures in Real Life

Make sure you have enough of the product pictures in real life scenarios. Think of IKEA for example. This makes a huge different in user perception.

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