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Design your website in India – make the top notch website for your business

Design your website

Altumcore focuses on the most reliable website for your nature of business. It creates the perfect, but the unique layout for every nature of the business separately.

A website is a collection of web pages containing all sorts of information related to your business. Usually, a website begins with a home page. This home page consists of basic information about your company. It includes the history, aims, and motives of your company.

The home page is followed by a number of other pages. The description of your services or the product description is made in the following pages. The website also contains the contact information of your company. The contact information makes it possible for your potential clients to contact you.

Another very thoughtful feature that is provided by Altumcore Technologies – Website Design and Development Company in India is the clarifications of the query page. On this page, your loyal customers will type their queries regarding your services. You can clarify their queries as and whenever possible. This maintains a healthy relationship between you and your client.

The website is created in a desktop. But these days mobile phones are mostly for internet surfing. So it is of utmost importance that your website is as efficient and glossy in the mobile screens as it looks at the desktop. This automatically elevates the amount of traffic for your website. Responsiveness is also checked by the team of Altumcore Technologies.

Altumcore Design and Development Company – explore the various kinds of websites

There are 8 types of websites you can choose from. All of these are based on the kind of business you own.

The websites are:

  • E-commerce website

    – this is created by the team of Altumcore Technologies to allow the interested customers to shop directly. The customers need not visit the store to buy the product. Payment will also be done online in these kinds of websites which include online transactions.

  • Informational websites

  •  these are the simplest kind of websites. These websites contain only information related to a topic. This topic is relevant to the services provided by the company.
  • Photo sharing websites

    this website is a great attractive one for photographers. This website lets photographers share their unique photos with each other.

Other websites by Altumcore Technologies include blogs, personal websites, catalog type of website and many others. The websites contain innovative colors and designs.

The website should be coded in an optimized way. The better optimized your code is, the rapidly your website will get top-ranked. Altumcore Technologies takes care of that part as well. This helps in SEO.

Contact us today and get a kick start to your website development.

Keeping your WordPress Website Safe: Internet Security

Getting Screwed over Internet Security

It is something over the top and highly complicated, but then it’s all about right protection of your data and system. One may be screwed if nothing is done to protect oneself and the Internet has always been a war between Good guys and Bad guys. Something that we also call as Ethical Hackers and the Criminal Hackers which can be good at times and bad at times.

They have pretty much the same work and possess similar knowledge. All that’s different is their motive, their approach towards something. Recently there was news of WordPress sites under attack from new Zero-Day in WP Mobile Detector Plugin. The WP mobile detector plugin is an effective tool that simply detects mobile users visiting a site and allows webmasters to load a specific mobile-friendly theme.

The Attack by a WP Mobile Plugin

The attackers used this plugin to upload backdoor scripts on WordPress sites in such a way that it would show adult-themed SEO spams on it. Such affected websites would cause severe deterioration of website value among the market.

This kind of vulnerability that came almost after 20 years the PHP coding started is a very serious concern. Something of this extent where an attacker can easily upload any file on the WP site calls upon the basic lessons on file upload security.

Averted a Severe Vulnerability

It is scaring for many who have their websites based on WordPress. But it should be learned that a much dreadful attack was averted by many developers who notified about this loophole to Developer and later to the WordPress Plugins Directory.

The action was swift and WordPress has not only removed the plug-in from the directory but also released it Version 3.6 which had this vulnerability fixed. By the time plugin was removed, it had more than 10 thousand installs but after the update, it has only a bit more than 1000.

The similar code like the Zero-Day was also found in another plugin called ImageMagick which is used to directly or indirectly resize the images uploaded by the end users. There is no panic as security firms like Sucuri have confirmed there is a connection between the two vulnerabilities.

Yet, one thing is for sure, how hard one may try but it is sure going to be attacked yet one has to be ready and prepared for any type of vulnerabilities.

5 Amazing Habits of Marketing Specialist which can do wonders

Here are 5 Amazing habits of Marketing Specialist which can do wonders.

#1 Know what’s trending, & I’m not talking about fashion


When I wake up each morning, before I even think about what I’m wearing for the day, I need to find out what’s trending. What’s going down on Twitter? What International Day is it today? When it comes to trending topics, being in the know early in the morning can give you time to think about any reactive content during your commute, and it saves you the embarrassment of not having a clue about what’s going on around you.

#2 Stay on your toes, 24X7


Checking out Twitter in the morning is not enough. Ideally, have an alert system setup, or keep a social media channel open on a tab of your browser to remain in the know. Even if you do get to know something, keep your work schedule flexible enough that you can take out time for ad hoc requirements at a moment’s notice. Like I said, jumping on board a key trending topic is always a great way to get your brand involved in an open discussion. Obviously, it is important to do this while keeping it as relevant to your brand as possible. Spontaneity is a key!

#3 Social media really doesn’t sleep. #Ever.

And so, neither should you. These statements is a well-known fact, however until you live and breathe social media, you cannot appreciate it properly. Being available at all hours to react, amend or delete scheduled content it’s extremely important. If not acted upon quickly, it massively impacts your reputation.

#4 Let people chat.


People talk. They may skip meals, sleep, and a lot else but they’ll never stop talking! And it’s a good thing – they’ll chat about everything from the lack of salt in the Rajma in lunch or the India’s score in the day’s cricket match. And that’s where all the ideas are born. The best ideas always pop up in random conversations with the people around you. Nothing inspires creativity like the sound of rustling biscuits and namkeen packets. I can remember at least ten different instances when my team came up with excellent ideas over tea and snacks!

#5 Don’t shut people up.


The biggest mistake that a lot of people make is to dismiss other people and their suggestions. Sure, maybe they’ll be wrong 9 times out of 10 but it’s all worth it for that one time that they might be right. Also, each time you rubbish someone’s opinion out of hand, you’re probably intimidating another person to keep quiet about their brilliant idea and just imagine – this could be the idea that could change your world. I’m not saying that you need to listen to each and everything that every random person on your floor has to say. You have to be able to weed out the chatter to get to that goldmine of ideas. So, as a marketing specialist keep an open mind. Don’t dismiss people outright – you never know when they might be right!

Until then, keep at it or at least begin! After all, the secret to getting ahead is to get started.

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Drupal vs Joomla vs WordPress, Which one is the best?

WordPressJoomla and Drupal all frameworks offer great features, tons of customizations, ease-of-use, and strong security.

The best websites today are powered by easy to use content management systems (CMS) that allow you to make changes to a website without needing to touch a single line of code.

If you want to get a new, powerful website online, but can’t wait around or shell out the big bucks ($3k+) required for a custom site, look no further than these three options.

Oh yeah, all three are also free.

Choosing the right one can be difficult because they’re all good options.

But chances are, one of these three will fit your unique situation the best (whether that’s firing up a simple business website or running a fully functioning social network).

Let’s see how they compare to find the perfect choice for you.

Quick Overview:

  • WordPress – Best choice for beginners because of its ease-of-use, it works especially well for small to medium sized websitesblogs and smaller e-commerce stores.
  • Joomla – Great for e-commerce or social networking websites, but requires a basic understanding of technical skills.
  • Drupal – The most difficult, but also the most powerful. It requires a familiar understanding of HTML, CSS and PHP.


Which one is the right for your needs? Read our in-depth review to find out.



WordPress is the world’s most popular content management system.

Despite its humble blogging beginnings, WordPress has taken the world by storm (literally), powering over over 60 millions websites today.

If that’s not impressive, WordPress is also used on over 40% of CMS-based websites– leading the market of DIY CMS websites by a wide margin.

Here’s why it’s so popular.

  • Easy to Install – Many web hosting companies (like Bluehost) offer instant, automated WordPress installs. That means you can get a brand new website up-and-running in less than five minutes! (It takes longer to go brew a cup of coffee than it does to have new WordPress website online.)
  • Customizable – WordPress has significantly more plug-ins, themes and other customizations available than any other CMS. Because of it’s widespread popularity, more third-party designers and developers will create free (or relatively inexpensive) new WordPress tools to help you create/start a blog that looks like a high-dollar custom website (while only setting you back less than $100).
  • Free– WordPress is absolutely, no-strings-attached free to use. And building on the last point, there are easily tens of thousands of free plug-ins and themes available to choose from. This is perfect for most beginners putting together their first site because it keeps costs down.
  • Community Support – If you do experience issues or have questions about your new WordPress site, you can easily tap into the millions of people already using and supporting it. Their support forum includes helpful contributors that can answer any question you might have, within minutes, again – for free. Awesome, right?

Of course, WordPress isn’t perfect and does have its drawbacks.

Chief among them: WordPress is an easy-to-use framework because it locks down the ability for most users to make significant visual edits (for their own good). So you can’t make a TON of structural website changes without the help of a designer and/or developer.

However, for a beginner, this is probably the most suitable platform to build a site.


Drupal is the second most popular content management system available today, used by sites both large and small.

It’s among the most powerful open sourced options available, which means its learning curve is also a bit steeper.

Here’s where Drupal excels:

  • Technically Advanced – Drupal is the most technically advanced of these three content management systems. Good for technical people who like to get their hands dirty.
  • Improved Performance – Drupal pages typically load more quickly, and have faster response times than those made with WordPress or Joomla. Part of the reason is because it’s less resource-intensive, requiring a less expensive server or hosting setup. (However like with all CMS, adding too many third party Plugins can bog down performance.)
  • Customizable – Drupal is easy to customize with many widely available plug-ins, themes and other configurable options to choose from. You can also edit the root files directly, perfect for those developers who need to make more significant changes.
  • Free – You can download the Drupal software for free, and install it on your own hosting server. If you don’t which host to use, use this best web hosting chart.

Drupal is the most powerful content management system out of the box. But with that power comes some additional difficulties for the website owner.

Anyone considering Drupal should have at least a basic knowledge of HTML, PHP and other common web programming languages. You don’t need to be an expert necessarily, but being able to troubleshoot error messages and identify code problems will be a HUGE benefit.

If your website begins to gain traction, evolving beyond a simple business site or site, you’ll need to have (or hire) technical expertise to make sure it continues to run smoothly.

Which can be a bit of a problem, because it’s typically a little harder (and more expensive) to find someone with advanced knowledge of Drupal’s steep learning curve. Whereas it should be much easier and less expensive to find someone relatively tech-savvy to help you make basic WordPress updates.

Also, unlike, there is no option to have a website hosted by Drupal themselves. That means purchasing your own domain and hosting is required before getting started with a new Drupal site.


Joomla is like the compromise between WordPress and Drupal.

It’s powerful enough to run most websites without any problems, and it doesn’t require the same level of technical experience to run as Drupal either.

As the second most used CMS (behind WordPress), Joomla also has a lot of plug-ins and themes available to choose from (around 6000 or so)similar to both WordPress and Drupal. So customizing the look and feel of your site shouldn’t be problem.

Here are a few more reasons Joomla might be ideal for you:

  • Social Networking – Joomla makes creating social networks of all three options. Social networks can be a powerful asset for many sites, and with Joomla, you can have one up and running extremely quickly and easily.
  • Commerce Sites – Joomla also makes setting up an online store quick and painless. You can setup eCommerce shops with both Drupal and WordPress, but it tends to require more effort and special customizations.
  • Not too Technical – Joomla has found the middle ground between the ease of managing a WordPress website and the power of a Drupal site. The good news is that most non-tech savvy people should be able to run a great Joomla site without needing any technical support.
  • Help Portal – Joomla offers a great help portal for asking questions and getting technical support. It’s not fast or extensive as WordPress’ community-based support pages, but is definitely quicker (and cheaper) than Drupal’s technical support options.
  • Free – Like both WordPress and Drupal, Joomla is another free option to use on your own web servers. However similar to Drupal, there is no option to have it hosted for free like WordPress offers.

Joomla users love that their websites can do or be almost anything, without sacrificing ease-of-use. Joomla has brilliantly combined the power and flexibility Drupal has to offer, while also retaining the intuitive, user-friendliness that WordPress excels at, making it a perfect middle ground in a crowded marketplace.

Making Your Choice

Everyone will say their content management system is the best. All three are excellent choices in most cases.

But your own unique scenario will require different capabilities, which probably makes ONE of these three CMS options the perfect fit.

Looking to get started quickly with a simple business website or blog? Look no further than WordPress.

If you have high hopes from day one that your site will grow significantly, requiring extensive features and unlimited customizations, take the plunge with Drupal.

Split between those two options, or need something unique like a social network or eCommerce site, Joomla might be the best bet.

All three platforms are free.

Each offers a variety of helpful third-party tools to add unique features to your site.

And you’ll find readily available technical support with each one (although Drupal’s might be among the most expensive).

Is It Possible to Migrate From One to Another?

There’s no wrong option per se.

However, if you feel like you made the wrong choice and want to switch down the road, it is relatively easy to migrate from one to another.

Just make sure you have both the time and expertise readily available to make sure there are no problems during the site transfer.

My Favorite Choice Is…

I’ll be honest.

I like WordPress.

My own site (this one you’re currently reading) is built on WordPress.

It’s super easy to add new content and there are tons of free plugins and layouts to choose from so I can easily change and tweak basically anything I want without needing to know HTML, CSS, or any other programming languages. It also has a ton of security updates and features, so it’s nice knowing that other professionals have my back.

If you’re just starting out, go with WordPress.

Chances are, you’ll never leave (even when your site has tons of posts and truckloads of visitors).

Guidelines for Ecommerce Marketing in late 2016 and early 2017

Following article gives you guidelines for Ecommerce Marketing in late 2016 and early 2017 and tips which can help you to have a substantial growth in upcoming months.

Unfortunately the internet doesn’t take down information when it’s no longer applicable, so it can be hard to sift through it to find good ideas for current tactics.

So to save you the hassle of wading through pages and pages of outdated data, we’ve collected the must-have best practices for ecommerce marketing in 2016.

Get Serious About Website Security

The past few years have been full of news stories about security breaches and data theft. A successful attack can greatly damage a company’s reputation, or even bring it down completely.


Even small companies have to take the time to improve their site security.

You might think that the chances are small that you’ll be attacked, but it is not worth the chance. A hijacked WordPress site could suddenly become a spam platform. A stolen customer list full of marketing information is useful for unscrupulous spammers and identity thieves.

The problem has gotten so pervasive that Google has taken steps to mark sites that it thinks have been compromised with big warnings, and also to reward sites that use technologies such as SSL to improve security. Google itself has largely moved to SSL throughout its network of websites.

In short, if you want to maintain your good SEO rating, you can’t ignore web security this year. Work with your web development team to ensure that you – and your users — are protected.

Perform an SEO Site Audit

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Speaking of SEO, when was the last time you ran an SEO audit on your site? And when was the last time you checked for W3C compliance?

As best practices and standards change, you need to make sure your site is staying up to date and these two audits are great places to start.

SEO is never a “one and done” thing, even for on-page optimization. Over time, links and images can go dead on your site, and you should be reviewing your time on page and click through rate to make sure you’re giving your page the best chance of climbing in the rankings.

You also may not be taking advantage of emerging web features like microcodes and author tags.

At least quarterly you should run a site audit to make sure nothing has slipped.

W3C compliance doesn’t necessarily boost your SEO, but it does ensure your site is as compatible as possible with as many devices as possible and it makes your website easier to index.

Compliant code also makes for a better user experience (UX), which can increase your time on page and therefore improve your rankings.

So, yes, this means you may need to get more involved with your web development department to talk about how you can work together to ensure good W3C-compliant code and deliver a good UX to your audience.

The Need for Website Speed


Website speed is another factor that’s playing an ever-increasing role in SEO and in conversions as well. According to research from the Aberdeen Group, a 1 second increase in page loading times results in a customer satisfaction drop of 16%!

Speed is especially important for mobile users.

Mobile internet users want information as quickly as possible, so you should make your speed increase there first.

Loading speed is a combination of several factors, including your hosting, the files the page is loading (think big picture files), how many widgets or Plugins are installed, and more.

Blogs Are Still Good For Ecommerce…


Content is still king and blogs haven’t gone the way of the dodo because users have become accustomed to marketing that speaks to their needs and solves their problems.

Content marketing is still a very important part of ecommerce marketing and the usual best practices still apply:

  • Post consistently to the blog at least once a week. It is better to stay consistent than to post more. Brainstorm an editorial calendar for topic ideas.
  • Ensure your posts use good SEO practices. Your keywords shouldn’t saturate more than 1.5% of the actual article content.
  • Use header tags and title tags to help Google discover your keywords instead.
    Don’t skimp on the images (or the alt tags.)
  • Make your blog posts interesting to read for your niche, just like any good copy.

…But Sharing is Better

While blog posts are great content marketing collateral, whole tackle boxes of techniques have come up to get those posts the attention they need.

Social media and guest posting are the primary ways of getting your articles and calls-to-action in front of more eyeballs. If you aren’t marketing your articles on social media and making connections with other bloggers through guest posts, you’re missing out on a lot of your audience.

Nearly every business can gain a marketing boost from a social media strategy; even a stodgy B2B business can use LinkedIn.

Not every marketer may find guest posts as useful.

Guest posts are a great strategy for small niches where there is enough audience interest or size that you can spread marketing capital around to help each other out.

Is Your Ecommerce Mobile Yet?


If you’ve been putting off getting your site mobile-ready, pick up your Smartphone or tablet (preferably both) and try to use your site. Try to reach as many pages as you can and use as many features as you can. How was the checkout experience? Did it feel smooth or did you want to throw your device against the wall?

There is no excuse anymore to avoid building a mobile site. At the very least, use a responsive theme in your CMS to avoid user frustrations. Better still, work with your web team to develop a mobile-friendly site that is separate from your core one.

As consumers continue to shed desktops and laptops in favor of tablets and smartphones, we bet within a decade’s time it’ll be those users who need special handling for their ancient devices. Get ahead of the curve now.

 Start Your Ecommerce Marketing Year off Right


Ecommerce marketing is an exciting, challenging, and fluid field to work in. A little bit of IT, a little bit of marketing, and a whole lot of staying on top of the latest trends.

Take these basics to heart and you’ll be off on the right foot for 2017.

Understand what demonetization of Rs. 500 and Rs.1000 means to us – the common man.


Early morning I woke up to two major changes and a bunch of memes floating around. One – a little MODIfication of our economy. The other – an election result of a progressive super power, While both the changes are bound to impact us, let us talk about the one closer to home.

We took some professional help from the top chartered accountants registered with  to understand what demonetization of Rs. 500 and Rs.1000 means to us – the common man. What are its implications on us? And what is potentially the next move?

Here is what you need to know:

What is this about?

The directive is – The notes issued by RBI till November 8, 2016 will now lose their legal tender character.

 “Which simply means, these cannot be used for transacting business and/or storage of value for future usage. These bank notes can be exchanged for value at any of the 19 offices of the Reserve Bank of India or at any of the bank branches or at any head post office or sub-post office.”


What are the repercussions?

Speculations are rife about the impact of this move by Modi. Some call it an admirable move, some call it a nuisance and there are even some who are clueless. Some repercussions can be as follows:


  1. Individuals – The impact on them is negligible. All you need to do is get your 1000 and 500 rupee notes exchanged. So your cash in hand will become money in your bank account in case the sum > Rs. 4000. Any amount < Rs. 4000 will be given back to you in cash in accepted (legal) bank notes.
  2. Salaried professionals needn’t worry too much as they do not have much black money. They also get paid via net banking and the transactions are accounted for.
  3. Small business owners needn’t worry as most of their transactions are recorded and made online.
  4. Farmers or rural areas without access to banks or internet facilities might suffer a bit in the short term, until a proper infrastructure is setup.
  5. Fall in real estate prices as this will cause a decrease in the purchasing power of people. Hence, a decrease in demand and an over abundance of supply will cause the lowering of prices.
  6. Increase in prices of precious metals (as people will tend to get rid of black money by investing in them)

What can you do?

What we can do to come up from this situation is


  1. Educate as many as possible.
  2. Support the move. As we can finally gain an understanding of the amount of money/wealth present in India currently. This will lead to a conversion of money to online mediums and help in improved tracking.
  3. Help out those in the lower economic segment by educating them and not getting rid of your notes with their ignorance.
  4. If the cash (Rs. 4000) is not enough for your needs, start paying more through net banking, online, mobile wallets. This is a good time to start going digital!
  5. If you do not have a bank account, its time you open one. Bank accounts (depending on their kind) give you interest on your balance as well.
  6. Once the ATMs are functional, you can withdraw cash from ATMs up to a maximum of Rs 2,000 per card per day till November 18. The limit will be raised to Rs 4000 per day per card from November 19. Otherwise, you can always withdraw cash against a cheque.
Comment your views to help and reach out common people of India

11 Best Ecommerce WordPress Plugins that would trend in 2017

This article features Best Ecommerce WordPress Plugins that would trend in 2017 so you can launch a powerful ecommerce store using WordPress.

WordPress has grown into a powerful ecommerce platform. While there are a ton of done-for-you ecommerce solutions like Shopify and BigCommerce, WordPress is still the go-to choice for a majority of shop owners.

Please Note: All prices were correct as of this posts publishing date.



Woocommerce is the most popular ecommerce plugin for WordPress. It can easily be added to almost any theme. Just plug and play. The beauty with WooCommerce is it can scale for larger online stores that need additional functionality.

Payment Gateways Supported: Amazon, PayPal, Stripe, 2Checkout, Mijireh and a ton more.

Price: Free.

Shopp Plugin

Shopp Plugin is a premium shopping solution plugin for WordPress with a rich and polished feature list. It is easy to install and manage, and is compatible with almost all WP themes. Some of its important features are support for physical & digital products, order history, email notifications, fast product search, shipping rate calculations, discounts and promo codes.

Payment Gateways Supported:, PayPal and Google Checkout. Available as an optional add-on:, PayJunction, FirstData/LinkPoint, HSBC ePayments and eWay Payments.

Price: Free for personal use without support. For a single site licence it costs $75, and for a full developer licence it costs $299.

WP eCommerce Plugin


WP eCommerce claims to be the original eCommerce plugin for WordPress. There are mixed feelings about the WP eCommerce plugin, some people say it is only for a handful of products, but I’ve seen sites with larger inventories. WP eCommerce has umpteen free and premium themes built using its code, and its seemingly infinite list of features, it really is an essential powerhouse of a plugin.

Payment Gateways Supported:, DPS, Chronopay, Paypal and more.

Price: The Free version is limited in terms of payment gateways and features. The Gold Cart version is $100.

WordPress eStore Plugin

Over the years, this premium WordPress shopping cart plug-in has evolved and it focuses more on bloggers looking to sell digital products and services.

Price: This premium plugin costs a flat rate of $49.

Payment Gateways Supported: PayPal, 2Checkout, Google Wallet,, BitCoin, Braintree, Offline (payment via cheque, cash or bank transfer) and a premium module to add more if needed.


Originally PHPurchase, Cart66 has evolved into a cloud based WordPress ecommerce solutio and a standalone plugin (Cart66 Pro). You can sell services, memberships and physical products with ease. Cart66 has a powerful dashboard-based order management system, simple system to track your orders, you have the option to offer discounts and provide shipping options. Cart66 really has everything out of the box. No add-ons needed.

Price: Cart66 standalone plugin is $98 for a single site and $300 for unlimited sites. Cart66 Cloud is $95 per site.

Payment Gateways Supported: The standalone plugin supports 2Checkout,, eWay, PayPal, Stripe, offline payments and more. The cloud version of Cart66 has a massive list of over 70 payment gateways.

ShopperPress Plugin


ShopperPress is an open source fully featured shopping cart theme for WordPress, that is perfectly suited for selling all types of merchandise, services, and digital downloads.

It is packed with all of the features you would expect from an ecommerce, with a few extras added in. It allows for Adsense integration with dedicated advertising slots and you also have the option to import from Amazon, Ebay, CSV and Datafeedr.

Price: ShopperPress has a flat price of $79, which has been recently reduced from $200.

Payment Gateways Supported: ShopperPress has integration with an awesome 20 payment gateways all of which are easily activated via the admin area, they include: PayPal,, PayFast, 2C0, Google Checkout, Sage Pay… and many more.

eShop Plugin


eShop is a completely free, very easy to setup and accessible shopping cart plugin for WordPress, packed with all of the required features for setting up a small personalised online shop.

Price: Free

Payment Gateways Supported: PayPal and offline payments. Merchant gateways still included but no longer supported:, Payson, eProcessingNetwork, Webtopay, iDEAL

WordPress Shopping Cart Plugin

Tribulant developed this plugin to be super easy to set up. With its fairly easy to use interface, you can set up your multiple products and categorize/organize them into multiple product categories. Add additional images to showcase your products so that users know what they are buying and add digital downloads to products if needed so that users can securely download paid files from your website.

Price: It costs $69 for a single installation and $325 for an unlimited licence.

Payment Gateways Supported: PayPal (Standard), 2CheckOut, MoneyBookers, First Data (Linkpoint & YourPay), Realex Payments (redirect), eMatters (HTTPS), Ogone PSP (Basic), (AIM), eWay (Shared), credit card (POS) and wire transfer.


Jigoshop was started in 2011 by a UK based development firm. Jigoshop is actually very similar to WooCommerce. Jigoshop’s original developer helped build Woo. You can read a good head to head comparison here. One thing to note is the Jigoshop themes tend to cost more.

Price: Free, but most of the themes start at $35 each.

Payment Gateways Supported: WorldPAy, FuturePay, Bank Transfer, Cheque Payment, PayPal standard are included free. But you can add more.


Ecwid was founded in 2009 by the same guy that started X-Cart. Ecwid now has over 800K stores online. The integration with social media is awesome. You can sell your products directly on sites like Facebook and Tumblr. Ecwid caters their product to small businesses looking to get started quickly.

Price: Free for 10 products, but their most popular business plan is $35/month.

Payment Gateways Supported: The free version supports PayPal. The paid version has over 40 payment gateways including 2Checkout,, ClickAndBuy, iDEAL, Payleap, iPayment, Stripe, and more.

MarketPress eCommerce

MarketPress eCommerce is created by WPMU DEV. It comes with everything you need to sell and deliver physical or digital products. One of the big advantages of MarketPress is multi-site integration. This means you can create an Etsy-like store network that you control.

Pricing: $19/month.

Payment Gateways Supported: 2Checkout, AIM, Bitpay, eWay shared payments, eWay Rapid 3.0 Payments, iDEAL, Manual Payments, Skrill Moneybookers, PayPal Payflow Pro, Paymill, PayPal Chained Payments, PayPal Express Checkout, PIN, Simplify Commerce by MasterCard, Stripe and WePay.

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Any guesses who is the manufacturer of Iphone 7 Camera Module?

LG will also contribute in manufacturing camera modules for the iPhone 7 family because of the short supply from Sony. All the variants of iPhone 7 will feature optical image stabilization.

As the day of iPhone 7 launch is nearing, the rumor mill is also starting to catch more speed in releasing leaks and reports about the next family of iPhones, iPhone 7. There have been rumors that iPhone 7 Plus/Pro will feature a dual camera engaged with OIS at its back and the regular iPhone 7 will feature a single lens traditional camera without OIS.

 However, according to the latest reports according to the Normura Securities analyst Christ Chang claims that both the iPhone 7 variants will feature optical image stabilizations (OIS). OIS will result in better quality photos and videos, especially in the case of low light photography and video capture.

Another rumor about the camera of the next iPhones is that Sony has failed to provide the sufficient number of camera modules for the iPhone 7 family so Apple has indeed made a deal with LG for the solution. Now, LG and Sony will be joining hands to manufacture the camera lens for both iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus to meet the requirement.

Though the three big ventures (Apple, Sony, and LG) must assure that all the lens must be of the same quality as camera quality is one of the biggest measures because of which people like the expensive device (Yes, yes obviously; the other being the “because it’s an iPhone”).

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Benefits of having Health Care Apps in your smart phone

Healthcare industry is seeing a revolution with quick accessibility to thousands of efficient medical apps and health apps directly from the smart phones and tablets.In the not-so- distant past, patients had only one source for healthcare expertise —their personal physicians. They relied on doctors to monitor their symptoms, track changes in their health, manage their diseases and personalize their care. But in recent years, mobile technology and the Internet of Things (IoT) have changed all that Now, armed with wearable and mobile healthcare apps, individuals can monitor their own health data and get continuous guidance and information from the devices they carry with them every day.

Benefits of Health Care Applications

 An alternate solution to tackle the rising healthcare costs at hospitals

 More and more adoption can have high impact in the overall healthcare


 Improved Cloud computing technologies is giving more flexibility in the

functionality of Health Care apps

 Instant access to medical literature, medical records, patient information,

clinical practice, research facts, nursing tools, clinical support systems

 Convenient

 Improved medical attention to patients in remote areas too

 Improved decision making

 Enhanced doctor-patient communications


Mobile health is becoming a reality. The market is predicted to reach a significant size in the coming years. Health apps are developed with the potential to benefit both patient and doctors. There is a paradigm shift as this constitutes to cost savings too. Health Care applications are getting safer day-by- day. The impact in healthcare is huge. These apps are proving to have the power to transform medical practices today and in the near future. They are getting ethical and effective. So, go ahead and start using them. Save a visit to your doctor. Several doctors have started prescribing medical apps other than drugs and therapies. These frameworks offer positive experiences that are worth going through. They are going to be ifesavers. Integrated care is here to stay and grow.

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