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They use cookies to identify the user, and will link this to their database in order to know what is in their cart. This can be demonstrated by how having items in your cart will not transfer between different browsers (which do not share cookies), and also how if you clear your cookies (specifically one they set called session_id), then your basket will be ...


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I believe "recommended" (as in "recommended products") would be a suitable short term for this section/feature. The tool for creating such a feature would seem to be a "recommendation engine" (or "recommendation system"). Reference: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1994642/what-do-i-need-in-a-database-for-customers-who-bought-this-item-also-bought


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You don't want to redirect them - that will probably break your site's functionality. There are various means of managing parameters for SEO purposes; since you mention Google Webmaster Tools, you may wish to look at their parameter management tool. In brief, you can instruct Google how to handle different parameters on your site, e.g., index them, index a ...


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I believe the term as it relates to selling products is called "Cross Selling" as opposed to the technology that allows for suggested similar results of a search which is known as "Incremental Search".


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I am assuming here that "Add to Cart" is an Event Action that would be listed in the Behavior > Events reports. The easiest way to get at this from within Google Analytics is a sequence segment. Your session count will come from inside the segment builder, not from a report. To create the segment, open the segment panel and add a new segment. ...


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It's very simple consider if you have a user account in any website means your details are stored in that particular website server/host. Each and every time you access your account details by entering some details as username and password. This was a front end purpose only. On the backend, the process was different while you sign up on that website to make ...


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Upsell widget is the term for features like "viewed together" where you encourage a customer to buy a better and more expensive product. Cross sell widget is used for feauters like "ppl who bought this also bought that") where you invite a cusomer to buy related products.


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Here are the instructions for how to setup up related products, up-sells, and cross-sells: http://docs.woothemes.com/document/related-products-up-sells-and-cross-sells/ However, if you want to allow a related product to have a discount when bundled, you'll need this plugin: http://www.woothemes.com/products/product-bundles/


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Paypal offers Adaptive Payments which allows a payment to be split among multiple parties. As of right now I think they are the only provider of this kind of service. Adaptive payments handles payments between a sender of a payment and one or more receivers of the payment. You are an application owner, such as a merchant that owns a website, the owner of ...


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Your best scenario is to give user an option to choose payment method. As for choices I'd recommend: PayPal - I that usually people find it most comfortable SagePay - for direct credit card transactions Google Checkout / Google Wallet - for Android geeks optional: BitCoin if you are willing to sacrifice more time for giving your clients an anonymous ...


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It's strange how some people either have a perfectly delightful experience with paypal, yet others experience the wrath of the underworld. You might consider zoho. I started out just testing them, however I have moved my entire business there. Both zoho invoice and zoho books can accept payment. You can get an account there for free. www.zoho.com look ...


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There are lots of carts and scripts that will assist with subscription management but the more important component to this is your payment gateway. What you really want is a gateway that supports automated recurring billing (ARB) and then look for scripts that specifically support that gateway and also create ARB transactions. With ARB, you don't worry as ...


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See this integration guide on PayPal's site: https://www.x.com/developers/paypal/documentation-tools/paypal-payments-standard/integration-guide/formbasics#id08A6F0Q0QY4 This gives information on how to modify the form markup for the HTML buttons to allow different types including different cart functions (Add/Display/Upload). This will only apply if you ...


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