When you’re trying to get your head around Magento for the first time, it can feel like a lot of work. Of course, we’re here to help, but for your own professional development, it can be useful to have an e-book to refer to. If you’re looking for some e-book Magento guidance, you’re in luck because today we’re going to mention a few popular Magento e-books you might like to consider.
First of all for anyone having just started in eCommerce, how about Magento 2 Beginners Guide, by Gabriel Guarino.
Even if you’ve been doing it for a while, this e-book will take you through the basics and help you identify anything that needs to be improved or tuned up to make you more profitable. This one includes some information on newsletters, transactional emails and handling your contacts.
It depends on your learning style, but sometimes it can be helpful to have a step-by-step guide that spells it out for you while you follow along. You’ll find this in Learn Magento CMS and Commerce for beginners by Blerton Abazi. In this ebook, you can learn all the major elements, such as products, codes, shipment, payment, themes… all you need to get you started, or as a refresher for the more experience Magento user.
The imaginatively named, Magento 2 Cookbook, by Ray Bogman and Vladimir Kerkhoff, presents more than a handful of delicious ideas for professional online retailers. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a newcomer, you’ll be covering store development, catalog management in no time at all.
If you’re looking for the ultimate Magento guide, Michael Angrave and Lee Hancock’s ebook is actually called Magento Marketing: The Ultimate Guide to Increasing you Online Sales. Whether or not it’s really the ultimate is a matter of opinion, but you’ll certainly learn a lot here about driving traffic to your site and increasing conversions.
There are so many other ebooks we could mention, but let’s just add a final one to the list for now. Learning Magento 2 Administration by Bret Williams and Cyndi Williams talks tactics and strategies for optimisation of your online store. Upselling, cross-selling promotions. It could make a big difference to your profits.
Get yourself an e-book to get up to speed on Magento. There’s always more to learn.