About Craig Fox

Craig Fox is also the founder and visionary behind Pinnacle Cart eCommerce software. With over 45,000 clients, Pinnacle Cart is one of the world’s leading ecommerce solutions for small to medium-size business. Prior to starting Pinnacle Cart in 2002, Craig worked extensively with a number of small businesses helping them develop and achieve their online business objectives. Craig decided he could do better and Pinnacle Cart was born. Large multi - national companies have aligned themselves with Pinnacle Cart these days including Sprint, Vodafone, CenturyLink, Parallels and GoDaddy. Hailing from Minnesota, Craig hangs out in Phoenix, AZ these days shaping the brand messaging for Pinnacle Cart. As often as work permits, though, Craig can be found backpacking around foreign countries across the globe. His mad cover song abilities are appreciated everywhere.

Learn more about Pinnacle Cart and Drift Marketing

By |September 23rd, 2010|

Below is a video demonstrating our powerful new Drift Marketing feature designed to increase sales by providing incentives to customers who abandon their carts. We’ve been getting a lot of positive feedback from customers who have enabled this feature so if you haven’t started using it yet, take a look […]

Pinnacle Cart Introduces a Free Migration Service That Allows Merchants to Seamlessly Move Their Stores to Pinnacle

By |September 14th, 2010|

Below is a press release we issued today regarding switching shopping cart providers.

Pinnacle Cart is widely known as one of the most Search Engine Friendly shopping carts on the market; and it is the only cart dedicated to increasing site traffic, sales, and decreasing cart abandonment rates.

“With this service, merchants […]

Pinnacle Cart 3.7.5 is out!

By |August 26th, 2010|

Yes, we finally got the latest rendition of PinnacleCart out the door. We are uber excited about the new features included in this version. Click here to see all the new goodness. We will be adding a couple of tweeks throughout the next few weeks to assist with some of […]

Pinnacle Cart 3.7.5 Preview – New Templates

By |August 10th, 2010|

We’ve added a bunch of new Web 2.0 templates to the latest version of the cart due out in the next couple of days. All of the templates you see below are designed to be fully editable through our “Point and Click” Cart Designer toolbar. This means you can make […]

Pinnacle Cart 3.7.5 Preview – Quick Start Guide

By |August 3rd, 2010|

We are just wrapping up packaging our latest release v3.7.5 and plan on putting new clients on to the platform later this week. We will be able to update existing clients starting next week.

As many of your know, we’ve spent the last couple of months diligently working on this release […]

Pinnacle Cart 3.7.5 Preview – We’ve got MailChimp on our back!

By |August 2nd, 2010|

Our new platform is fully integrated with Mail Chimp. Once activated, your customers are automatically added to your newsletter lists in MailChimp. Your list is synchronized to reflect “unsubscribe” and other actions generated by your storefront. We’ve also added the tracking necessary for the MailChimp E-Commerce 360 Plugin. All conversion […]

Pinnacle Cart 3.7.5 Preview – Drift Marketing

By |July 31st, 2010|

Come Sail Away, Come Sail Away, Come Sail Away with Me..

Great song, terrible thing to have happen to customers. Pinnacle Cart has developed a marketing tool to recapture customers get caught up in some other moment and abandon their shopping cart before completing their intended purchase.

In our newest version, 3.7.5 […]

Pinnacle Cart 3.7.5 Preview – Sell your products on Facebook, Amazon, eBay, Google and more

By |July 28th, 2010|

Throughout the next week I’d like to give you a preview of some of the amazing features you can expect in the latest version of PinnacleCart. One of the most anticipated features in the new cart is our Product Syndication system. Using our proprietary system, you can easily push all, […]

Update on PayPal and American Express

By |June 28th, 2010|

PayPal has recently entered into a new agreement with American Express that may affect your business in relation to the type of payments you can accept. As of July 13, 2010 stores using Website Payments Pro and Virtual Terminal will no longer be able to accept American Express. They are […]

Wait a second….I’ve seen you somewhere before!

By |May 26th, 2010|

Marketing – especially internet marketing – is full of buzz words. Perhaps you’ve come across the most recent addition to marketing lexicon – “remarketing.” The simple definition of remarketing is displaying an ad to a customer who has already visited your site or taken a specific action within a specified […]