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  1. that I do not understand the question, describe in detail where and what do you want to do?
  2. Step 1. Explore the keywords. Terms or phrases by which customers are looking for you Step 2. further study related topics analyze customer interests. Are vegetarian diets popular? Do people eat gazpacho and are they interested in its recipes? So you will more precisely pick up keywords on interests of clients. This should be done at least once a year in the optimization frame Step 3. finding out the key words check how your site is connected to them in the search, that is, which of these phrases cause the appearance of your site? These data will help to understand what results and what does not If the popular phrase "fresh vegetables" does not direct people to your site, consider this in terms of its search engine optimization. Step 4. Think about how they can be eliminated? Perhaps your site does not indicate that you regularly deliver seasonal products Step 5. Are there any links to your site. Ask the authors of culinary blogs to rate your farm and perhaps recall it in their next publications. Step 6. Make a list of the plan for improving search engine optimization. Step 7. If you have a list of tasks, let's look at the priorities. Add a section about eco-friendly products to your site but this is an additional cost for the programmer. In the meantime, you can write a short article on the blog. Step 8. Assign the time of the assignment to gradually complete the optimization plan throughout the year. Step 9 adjust and update your plan. When new products appear or when you work on your site, as search engines constantly update their search algorithms. For example, a lot of news related to the increase in the number of smartphones. Step 10 Check if there are pages that are rarely visited by a search? Upgrade them! Step 11 If your turn comes but does not buy anything you need other CALLS TO ACTION Step 12. Monitor results and focus on weak points.
  3. As credit card feature is not yet enabled for Andriod users, could it be possible to add Name on receipt to identify the customer?
  4. Is there a way to insert my costs per menu-item?
  5. Can owner print receipts for employees from BackOffice?
  6. Does anyone ever have this problem? I am really sad but I don't have money for another printer :( Thak you! Guadalajara, Mexico.
  7. How do you integrate the Loyverse POS to the Elavon processing account?
  8. Is there re-branding feature in Loyverse
  9. Is it possible to receive stock from supplier?
  10. How to integrate our own hardware for cash payment system ?
  11. How to add item in favorite in Loyverse POS?
  12. Hey, Guys, I am looking into getting Loyverse as the POS system for my Resort. My question is if it is difficult to connect my existing brother printer which is linked to our windows PC to print out the receipts of our guest when they check out. Do you need a different software to add logos?
  13. There are lots of ways to uniquely identify open orders across different devices, automatically or manually!! Why not sync them across all the devices then? At present, I have lots of troubles if the customer adds/update his order then I need to find the right device and then only make changes. Same chaos happens at the time of billing, I need to find the right device and only then I can generate the bill. It's not really agile in an agile world. I need to book customers with their representatives only. If the person who took the order has his shift over then he can't leave because he will take away the open order with him. You can also track who add/update the order by adding a subscript for the modifier - if this what you think is a challenge. In short, it's not a big change but it makes the application use the cloud capabilities little better.
  14. Can I change the date on the receipt?

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