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Today’s Top Ecommerce News

Ecommerce Analytics for Multiple Devices, Channels (PracticalEcommerce.com) “Many ecommerce owners use analytics to measure page views, traffic, and conversion rates. That is all well and good, but it is old-school. In today’s multi-device, multichannel world, marketers are finding it challenging to connect the dots between the web, mobile, and their backend data. A simplified view […]

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Today’s Top Ecommerce News

50 M-commerce Facts and Stats You Gotta Know (Getelastic.com) “Our friends at Mobify put together a rockin’ collection of 50 mobile commerce statistics and facts that you should know. How can you apply this knowledge? Hint: they may help you convince your boss to invest in mobile” 5 Ways to Get More Site Traffic (Pracitcalcommerce.com) […]

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7 Brands Using Tumblr For Business With A Creative Design

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Business on Tumblr is booming. Not only did it get a popularity boost from the buyout by Yahoo but it also has a  55% year over year growth. Its simple interface provides an instant audience that find it easy to engage with content. Brands are noticing this potential and have created pages based on their […]

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Move Over Smartphones,Tablets Set To Take Over Ecommerce

Tablet PC’s are set to lead ecommerce revenue by 2017 according to a study done by ABI Research. While smartphones have led ecommerce growth, more users are turning to tablets for a better user experience and larger screen size. Also while smartphones are currently generating more revenues than tablets the trend is expected to be […]

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Today’s Top Ecommerce News

Promoting an eCommerce Store on a Budget (Theshoppad.com) “It’s difficult to get noticed as an alternative to the 800-pound gorillas of the eCommerce world. The search engines increasingly remove commercial sites from the results, replacing them with their own ads and shopping programs. Today, results focus more and more on content, not products. The secret to […]

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