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Slow WordPress Sites? This Is Why You Should NOT Speed Them Up

The main problem with WordPress, voiced by users and developers, is relatively poor performance and low site speed. Sites go slower and slower with time and there is a relentless search for new methods, techniques, and patches that aim to solve this problem. But maybe it’s all in vain and there is a better overall solution than to fix a slow WordPress?
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BigCommerce vs Shopify – Similarities and Differences [eCommerce Comparison]

BigCommerce and Shopify are similar, to a great extent, at least when it comes to their core philosophy. Both are one-stop-shop hosted solutions designed mainly for non-tech merchants (but still with good options for big enterprises). They vary, however, in many aspects. In the article, we take a look at areas of pricing, customization, apps and sales features, among others.
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Shopify vs WooCommerce: Which Is Better? The eCommerce Platforms Comparison

In our quest to help you find the best ecommerce platform for your company, we cannot miss the comparison between WooCommerce and Shopify, which are among the most popular platforms available on the market. The areas we will pay attention to are e.g. customization, themes, pricing, performance, sales features, marketing tools, or SEO options.
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Incremental Static Regeneration: a Great Way to Reduce Websites’ Build Time, Costs & Workload

Static sites, while easy to load and provide great user experience with, take some time to build – if you have to add thousands of products to your online store, it will take forever. This is a vital issue for large-scale shops and other enterprises, which means they need a more flexible solution – and here incremental static regeneration may come in handy.
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This is Why You Should Do Shopify Integrations within the Headless eCommerce Approach [Examples]

Shopify is one of the leading e-commerce platforms, serving more than 1.7 million businesses worldwide. It has all the essential features allowing you to run your online store, but still if you want to go totally custom in the headless commerce approach, you should know more about Shopify integrations, and how they extend the functionality of online stores.
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