Thank you all for your advice. I’m seeing this from my own perspective, I don’t think much when I’m visiting a well-polished webshop but I always think twice before making an order if the webshop seems generic or unpolished. And this the general idea much of the customers have in Sweden.
However, I totally get what you guys are saying, actually this is one of my biggest flaws, that I think too big and too soon which limits my opportunities.
Now I will not be as picky as @Troy-Roberts customer but I still would like to have the shop somehow polished before going live.
TBH, since time is my biggest scarcity I would rather pay for the service of installing, integrate and debug the shop than doing it my self. That way I can rather polished shop while I’m investing all my time on the marketing side of the shop. But seems like my budget of 1 000-2 000 euro is somehow thin for this.
Please keep sharing your thoughts and advice since I’m determined to make this happening. I have decided to go with cloudways as provider and have already installed TB on it.
The DPD module is working great! But I’m not using the cron/email combo yet, as the shop is only half-live. It’s running for Amazon orders (our old shop is still up for all orders directly from the shop). Some things with Amazon orders still need a manual check, which is why I’m exporting manually.
Hi @rubben 1985,
Thanks for your welcome.
I agree with you that lazy load should be present by default in all major themes. Nevertheless, with a little attention, to date no major problems with the loading time of the pages created with Visual Composer. But, loding times can allways be better.
I read the topic and must say that I’m lucky indeed. I hope and expect it stays that way.