Viewing & Updating Orders

You can manage all of your internet orders directly via your website portal.

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Using Email Buddy

Email Buddy is a system we’ve built into your website that allows you to send simple marketing emails directly from your website. Your website visitors can subscribe to receive your emails directly from the form on your website. When they submit their details, their email address is automatically added to your mailing list. Read More →

WooCommerce Store Stock Management

Managing the products on your website is easy using the Stock Management option.

Log in

First things first, you will need to login to your website management portal using your Shop Manager website credentials.

Stock Management

Once you are logged in, select the Stock Management option available under the main Products menu item

You will then be presented with a list of all the products added to your website. From here you have a number of different options. Read More →

Digital Strategy – 2016 Update

Some great advice about the importance of your digital strategy in 2016 by Smart Insights

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Why Do You Need An App?

We believe an app is absolutely critical for businesses in today’s tech savvy, mobile world but don’t just take our word for it. Read what Forbes magazine have to say about it too.


Automatic Push Notifications

How to set up an automatic push notification

Automatic push notifications are connected to regularly updated content in your app (eg: your blog or Facebook posts). They save you time by sending an automatic push notification every time you release your new content.

Once setup your app will detect your new content and automatically send out a new push notification to your app users, this new push links directly to your new content.

The first thing you will need to do is to log into your app management portal using the credentials we supplied to you when your app was released.

1: Setup

In the tab Users > Push > Schedule, you can schedule the automatic dispatch of notifications each time new content is added to one of your sections in your application. 

Select the concerned section of your application, possibly the sub-category, and if you want, add a prefix to your alerts (a little introductory text to your messages, in the example above, “New Article:” ).

You have the option to create an unlimited number of sending rules (avoid overwhelming your users with push notifications or you will run the risk of them deactivating notifications on their devices, and even uninstalling your app).

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Your App Statistics

How to view downloads, launches, etc.

Your app management portal allows you to see the statistics of the use of your app.
This data will allow you to better understand the behaviour of your users, and they will give you information on the quantity and type of traffic on your application.

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How To Send A Push Notification

Log In

First things first, you will need to log into your app management portal using the credentials we supplied to you when your app was released.


Sending your push notification

To send push notifications to your users, go to the menu Users > Push > Send.

Type your message into the designated field.
A push notification is meant to be short, so the section is limited to 130 characters.

Important: Only users who have agreed to receive push notifications upon installing your app will receive messages.

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Our New Blog Is Up & Running!

Welcome to our new blog. We’ll keep you up to date with all the latest news regarding our mobile apps here so check back regularly!