FAQs: E-commerce Website

A merchant account is a special agreement with a bank that allows you to accept credit card payments. If you want to sell online, you will need to provide your shoppers with payment options that will make them feel comfortable about their transactions. Credit card transactions are the most popular method of online payment and the best way to process credit card payments online is to have your own merchant account.
No, as such there are no limits on the size. The biggest benefit of having an online store is that you can add unlimited products and catalogs and at the same time you can grow your customer base as you require.
No. Your business is unique and deserves a unique design concept, not to be put in the same old box. That’s why every eCommerce package includes your own design concept. The design team at CyberWhatever will work with you to refine a unique look and feel necessary for your online success.
CyberWhatever has a amazing team of design professionals. They can assist you with the design and development of a company logo, newsletter templates and overall branding to create a unique presence.
Order placed, order shipped are the most common auto-generated user notifications.
Yes, you can use your existing domain registered from any domain registrar. You can also register a new domain while placing your order with us.
Nope. you can add unlimited products and categories on your e-commerce website.

FAQs: Facebook Ads

Facebook ads are posts or content that are paid to be seen. Often times when you’re scrolling through your news feed, either on your mobile device or desktop, you’ll notice posts that say “sponsored” under the page’s name.  Those are the paid ads on Facebook Platform.
It depends entirely on your campaign objective. A campaign objective could be website clicks, post engagement, video views, phone calls, and even new follower generation.
Yes. If you want to run a Facebook ad campaign, you’ll need a business or brand page.
You can run a variety of Facebook ads creative.  From images and videos to carousel ads with multiple images and videos.  Creative capabilities are virtually endless.
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International currency exchange rates are determined based on market values on the day of the transaction. Facebook will not charge any additional fees for international currency transactions. If you have any questions about transaction or currency exchange fees that may be applied by your bank, please contact them directly.
Your business may be eligible to apply for monthly invoicing if it meets some initial requirements. In most cases, these requirements include, but aren’t limited to:
  • Having a Facebook account representative.
  • Spending a minimum of GBP 10,000 a month in each of the last three months.
If you meet these requirements, ask your Facebook account representative about applying for monthly invoicing.
An advertising coupon is a form of payment for your Facebook ads. They can be redeemed for advertising on Facebook and/or Instagram, depending on the type of coupon. You can receive a coupon from Facebook in two ways:
  • Through periodic in-product promotions or through facebookmail.com.
  • Through partnerships that Facebook has with other sites or companies.
Currently, you can’t purchase or request coupons directly from Facebook.
If you’re having trouble with adding your advertising coupon to your ad account, this may be because:
  • something went wrong, and there was an error while applying the coupon to your account. If this happens:
    • Ensure that you have a valid payment method connected to your ad account by going to your payment settings. If you don’t, you can add a new payment method.
    • Cancel your promotion, wait a few hours and then try to claim your offer again.
  • The coupon is invalid or has expired.
  • The coupon has already been used, either on your account or on an account that shares a credit card with your account.
  • The number of free promotional uses for the coupon has been reached.
  • Your account has used a coupon in the past.
  • The coupon is for new advertisers only, and your account is too old to redeem the code.
Please make sure that you’ve read the terms, conditions or procedures applicable to your advertising credit.
You can pay for Facebook ads with one of the following accepted payment methods:
  • Credit cards and co-branded debit cards (American Express, Discover, Mastercard and Visa)
  • PayPal
  • Bank account (direct debit) in supported countries
  • Local manual payment methods in some countries and currencies
The payment methods available to you vary depending on the country and currency of your ad account.
When you’ll pay for your ads depends on how you pay for them. When you create your first ad on Facebook, you’ll add a payment method to your ad account, and that payment method determines your payment setting. There are two main payment settings for Facebook ads:
  • Automatic payments: We’ll automatically charge you whenever you spend a certain amount known as your billing threshold and again on your monthly bill date for any leftover costs. This is how you’ll pay if you use PayPal or most credit and debit cards to purchase ads.
  • Manual payments: You’ll add money to your account first and then we’ll deduct from that amount up to once a day as you run ads. This is how you’ll pay if you use a manual payment method (like PayTM or Boleto Bancário) to purchase ads. With manual payments, you won’t have a billing threshold.
If the online banking information you entered at registration is correct, you’ll need to contact your bank for additional info to find out why your payment was declined. Learn more about what to do when ad payments are declined. When an online banking payment is declined, we’ll stop the campaigns on your account until you have paid the amount you owe. To pay your balance, you can add a new payment method and then use it to pay your current balance manually. Bear in mind that you won’t be able to add a different bank account at this time.

FAQs: Google Ads

There are some great staff at Google but when you call the main helpline you are unlikely to get the same person. If you do they have to help many people and will not be able to help with more detailed elements like tracking return on investment and discussing the best goals to set up in Analytics to measure.
This is how you make your payments. Your choices are:
  • Automatic payments: You’re automatically charged after your ads run, either 30 days after your last automatic charge or when you reach a preset amount (known as your threshold), whichever comes first. You can also make payments at any time to control your costs.
  • Manual payments: Pay when you want for future costs. With this setting, you make a payment before your ads run. Then, as your ads run and you accrue costs, the credit from your payment will decrease. When your payment is used up, your ads will stop running.
You might be able to use the monthly invoicing payment setting if your business meets certain requirements. These requirement include, but aren’t limited to:
  • Being registered as a business for a minimum of one year.
  • Having an active Google Ads account in good standing for a minimum of one year.
  • Spending a minimum of $5,000 a month (this can vary by country) for any 3 of the last 12 months.
After you create or edit an ad or extension, the review process begins automatically. All content in your ad is reviewed, including your headline, description, keywords, destination, and any images and video. During this process, the ad’s status will be “Under review.” If your ad passes the review, its status will change to “Approved,” and it will start to run. If the review indicates that your ad violates a policy, its status will change to “Disapproved,” which means it can’t show anywhere.
Most ads are reviewed within 1 business day. However, some reviews take longer if the ad requires a more complex review.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new European data protection law that will enter into force in May 2018. Although GDPR is a European regulation, many non-European entities using online advertising services will be impacted. For more information about the GDPR, and its implications for your business, please contact your legal department or advisors. Certain features in Google Ads require you to provide the following contact information:
  • – Primary Contact/Primary Representative [Optional]: This is the primary point of contact, to whom notices will be sent.
  • – Data Protection Officer [Optional]: This person is responsible for making sure that your organization complies with the GDPR requirements. If your organization has a data protection officer, please add your data protection officers details.
  • – EU Representative [Optional]: If you have a representative in the EU, please add your representative’s details.
Yes, you are in complete control, and will determine what your advertising budget will be.
Yes, just let us know where you want to advertise, and we will set the account up so that your ads are confined to your specific geographic specifications.
Costs can vary depending on factors such as advertising goals, target location and the industry competition for your placements and keywords. Our Google Ads Specialists work with you to determine specific costs for your campaigns and stay within your budget.


A reputable search engine optimization company will provide you with a monthly report. The contents of that report will depend on the nature of your business. If you’re running an e-commerce site, you can expect to see a report that shows you conversions. On the other hand, if you’re running a “newsy” website, your report will focus more on traffic trends. As a rule of thumb, though, SEO firms provide reports that show how well your site ranks for keywords related to your business and keyword growth over time, changes to rank over time, traffic patterns, and goal reports.
There are several ways that SEO firms improve your website’s rank in the search engine results pages (SERPs). First, they’ll conduct a site audit to find things that are preventing your site from ranking well. Then, they’ll fix those problems, usually with on-site SEO. Next, SEO companies use a tool like SEMRush to research keywords relevant to your brand. Then, they’ll optimize your site for those keywords. Finally, they’ll build a backlink profile so other sites are passing PageRank to your own website, and build a strategy using content marketing, social media, PPC, and other factors to continuously boost your rank.
SEO consulting is performed by a team of SEO professionals who are contracted to optimize one or more websites for the search engines. Typically, SEO consultants build backlink profiles, handle onsite SEO, recommend content marketing strategies, review analytics, and track results. A great SEO team will also provide reports that show you how well their optimization efforts are working. At Ignite Visibility, we’re proud of the fact that we were named the #1 SEO company in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada by Clutch.co. We were also named the #1 SEO company in California for three years in a row. We have a proven track record of working with our clients to ensure maximum online visibility. Our process of optimizing websites for search engine results has been carefully refined over the past 10 years of providing outstanding service to our clients. Let us put that experience to work for you so that you can build brand-name awareness online and watch your sales skyrocket
It’s a global economy. That’s especially true in the Information Age. If you want to reach people in a different country who speak a different language, your website needs International SEO. Effectively, International SEO is the same as geo-targeting. If you’re selling blue jeans for $20 each to U.S. customers, you’ll want to show customers from the U.K. how much those jeans cost in British pounds. For customers in France, you’ll not only want to convert the price into Euros, but you’ll also want to translate the product descriptions into French. When you work with us, we’ll put our team of International SEO experts to work so that your website is properly structured for a global audience. Then, we’ll make sure that it’s properly optimized for the customers in all the countries that you’re targeting. In addition to that, we’ll also build backlinks from region-specific websites to give your site more authority. Finally, we’ll write the necessary code to ensure that search engines in various countries index your website.
Local SEO differs from traditional SEO in that it’s an effort to rank a website for people in a specific region. Whereas traditional SEO usually involves ranking a site so that people all across the nation (if not all over the world) will find it when they search for a specific keyword or phrase, Local SEO is meant to reach people in carefully defined area (such as Chicago, Illinois or Huntsville, Alabama). Why would businesses want to limit their SEO efforts to a local audience? Typically it’s because they’re “mom and pop” shops that cater predominantly to a local clientele. For example, if you’re an electrician in Chicago with a website, it’s not likely that you’d want your site to be visible to people in Los Angeles who are searching for an electrician. You would, however, want people in the Chicagoland area to find your website. Keep in mind also that when people search for local businesses, some of the results appear in the Local 3-Pack. That’s a box with highlighted business listings that appear at the very top of the search results. If you’re running a business in need of Local SEO, let CyberWhatever team help you with it.
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. It’s a way to increase the number of visitors to your website by ensuring that it ranks well in the search engine results pages (SERPs) for specific keywords. For example, if your company is selling blue jeans online, you’d want your website to appear on the first page of the search results when people search for “blue jeans” or “buy blue jeans.” There are several ways to ensure that your site ranks highly in the SERPs. One of the best ways is to put links to your site on other websites. That’s called building a backlink profile. Another great way to ensure that your site ranks well is to start a blog and post quality, shareable content on a regular basis. That’s called content marketing. It’s also important to ensure that your site is properly optimized for the various search engines. That’s called “onsite SEO” and typically requires the aid of a tool that crawls all over your site looking for problems that the search engine bots might encounter. At CyberWhatever, we’ll put all of our available resources to work to ensure that your site ranks as high in the SERPs as possible.
SEO is an investment into the future of your company. The organic traffic generated from search engine optimization has a much higher ROI in the long-term, than that of paid search traffic. If your website isn’t on page 1 for your top keywords, you are missing out on a large piece of your online potential. If you request a free consultation, our digital marketing consultants will present you with an SEO plan specific to the needs of your website, providing a road map to success.
With over 200 different ranking signals, it is difficult to predict how long it will take a website to rank. In our experience clients typically see significant improvement on long tail keywords in the first 90 days and more competitive search terms around 180 days. SEO is a long-term strategy but has consistently proven to provide the best ROI.

FAQs: Wordpress Websites

WordPress is a popular content management system (CMS) that you can use to power your website on your own hosting plan. WordPress makes creating a blog, landing page, online store, forum or other website possible for users around the world.
WordPress is used by more than 1 in 4 websites, so it only makes sense that it can become a target from time to time. But this shouldn’t be anything for you to worry about if you follow a few basic tips to keep your WOrdPress website secure.
Yes – you can export content from your old blog to then import on your new WordPress blog. For full instructions based on your old blog platform checkout the official WordPress guide for importing content.
A post format is a style for your blog post that is typically based around the media/content in the post (image, gallery, video, quote, etc). This option can be found when you create a blog post on the right side of the screen in the “Format” meta box.
To choose a category and add tags to your post, use the meta boxes to the right of your content when creating a post. You can choose from existing categories and most used tags, or you can create new ones.
Select the category you wish to delete in the Category tab, then choose delete. Press OK when the confirmation pop-up appears. Please remember that the posts from this category will be moved to the default uncategorized category.
In the Administration Panel go to the Users section. From there you can choose to add a new user by clicking the Add New button. To manage current users go to the Authors & Users where you can change the role of a user or remove it.
o add an image gallery you can use the built-in WordPress gallery option. Simply click the “Add Media” button at the top of your post content and select the “Create Gallery” option. Then just select the photos you’d like to use and click the button to “Create new gallery.” Before you finish and insert it though be sure to check that number of columns and where the images link to (if you link to media file for an image lightbox, attachment page if you want to open the image in a new tab or custom URL). A second option is to use any image gallery or media options included in your theme. Some themes will include a gallery post format, and you will see an “image Gallery” meta box beneath your content when creating a post. Simply use this option for “Add Images” to select and insert the images you want to use in your gallery.
In the Admin Panel menu find Users. It will open a list of users. Find yours and click Edit User. In the New Password section type in the new password. Once it is done, click the Update Profile button.
WordPress caching dynamically saves and serves an HTML version of your website for your visitors. This puts less of a strain on your server resources, limits database lookup and can greatly speed up the time it takes for your pages to render.
CDN stands for Content Delivery Network. The CDN stores copies of your website content (specifically images, Javascript and CSS files) and delivers it to your readers using a network of servers around the world. This way when readers visit your website data is loaded from the server closest to them. CDNs also tend to have very fast response and loading times with minimal downtime.
We see this question a LOT and the answer is maybe. The issue typically isn’t with the number of plugins you install but rather the size, function and quality of the plugins.
Spam is the off topic, irrelevant, inappropriate and unwanted comments, pings and even social media tags you’ll receive at some point when running a website. Usually these are bots and not real people leaving comments on your website.
WordPress.org allows you to download the WordPress software and get some information on the program while WordPress.com is a blog network where you can join and host your blog. The services are free for both websites but some add-ons or upgrades are only available for premium users.
Minimum requirements for WordPress change over time. At the moment to run WordPress your host needs PHP 5.2.4 or greater and MySQL 5.0 or greater.
First look at your control panel to see if you need to create a database manually. If so, you can use cPanel and click MySQL Databases section. If you are using phpMyAdmin, navigate Home › Privileges › Add a new User.
WordPress supports only MySQL database servers. Other databases are not supported at the moment.
To access your Administration Panel, enter the address http://yourwebsite.com/wp-admin/ in your browser.