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  • I just installed Google Checkout on my MonsterCommerce site. The GoolgeCheckout button is way too big, it makes it confusing with my standard checkout button. How can I reduce the size of the google checkout button? I would like it to be 1/2 to 1/3 the si
  • “This is giving the security department a good reason to ask for more budget,” she says. Jen Heil, vice president of technology at MonsterCommerce in St. Louis, agrees. MonsterCommerce deployed encryption hardware from nCipher as part of a project to reto
  • What are the secrets of converting visitors into customers? Most ecommerce sites that struggle to convert suffer from the same half dozen minor problems.
  • Introducing Ella Christine
    (tags: coworkers 🙂)
  • Many merchants in the auto industry find MonsterCommerce to be just what they need to power their online business. Whether it’s a automobile dealership, performance auto parts or car audio, it’s easy to see why they’ve picked MonsterCommerce.
  • Woot.com is an online store and community that focuses on selling cool stuff cheap. We sell one item per day until it is sold out or until 11:59pm central time when it is replaced. It started as an employee-store slash market-testing type of place for an
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