Why the Latest Aabaco Announcement on Google Analytics is so Good.

By: Jessica Guadiana on February 4, 2016

Last week, Aabaco (Yahoo! Store) finally made the announcement I have personally been waiting years for. Drum roll please… Aabaco stores will now directly report Ecommerce data in Google Analytics! Previously, Yahoo! and Google didn’t play nice. When enabled, Google Analytics was able to report all website activity but sales data. This left store owners […]

New Certificate and Faster PayPal Checkout for Yahoo! Stores

By: Brandee Bell on September 16, 2015

Image Source PayPal Switches to New Certificate If you’re a store owner, you may have received an email from PayPal titled IMMEDIATE ATTENTION REQUIRED: PayPal service upgrades, informing you of the changes to their certificate. In a nutshell, PayPal will be discontinuing the use of the VeriSign G2 Root Certificate, and replacing it with a […]

Shedding Light On Luminate: What We Know So Far.

By: Brock Cooper on August 7, 2015

We’ve been partners with Yahoo! for many years and have watched as the site’s small business section grew and expanded. The company recently announced the small business arm will spin off and be renamed Luminate. This has many Yahoo! store owners nervous about the future of their stores and the changes this will make, so […]

Keeping up with Mobile in Yahoo!

By: Brandee Bell on May 27, 2015

Yahoo! recently released a mobile template to keep up with Google changes. As you probably already know, Google updated its mobile algorithm in April. In this latest update, Google identified mobile friendly pages and uses this as part of mobile rankings. Yahoo!’s solution for overcoming this comes with some challenges. The mobile template is not […]

How to Use Yahoo! Store’s 301 Redirect Manager

By: Jessica Guadiana on April 29, 2015

When it comes to moving a website to a whole new domain name or just simply deleting pages, there is more to it than meets the eye. Completely deleting a page (or whole website) without the proper steps can have negative SEO ramifications, because essentially search engines will try to locate a now non-existent page […]