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The Top 3 e-commerce Filtering Mistakes

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On Ecommerce Outtakes, we see our fair share of e-commerce filtering mistakes. Maybe more than our fair share, actually. So today we wanted to break it down, and show you where these missteps fall. When you take a broad view and separate it into categories, these are the top 3. Let’s take a look. Filtering […]

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Amazon’s confusing cell phone case search

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I was looking for a new case for my cell phone the other day, so I headed over to Amazon.com to shop around and check out some options. What I found was a very confusing shopping experience, which actually resulted in my almost ordering a case that doesn’t even fit my phone. Here’s why. Using […]

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Walmart is Missing some Refinements

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We thought we’d never find anything wrong with Walmart’s website, but there’s a first time for everything! Today we’re featuring an outtake on the mega retailer, because we noticed some issues with their filters and refinements that could use improvement. It began when I was searching for a certain watch on the site. I wanted […]

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Sandro: Easy on the Eyes, Hard on the Mind.

The shiny shirt under the vest at the bottom right caught my eye. Where my eyes go, my mouse goes but sadly I do not find what I want.

Sandro creates collection after collection of slightly bohemian, retro yet elegant looks which are fan favorites with the Parisian hip. Sandro has been growing in recognition in the last few years and it is no surprise that they decided to start US e-commerce operations earlier this year. As a fan of the company, I find myself […]

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Beauty.com Could Use a Touch up

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I was in the market for some new makeup brushes, and as usual, I decided to see what I could find online. Since I encountered some issues with Sally Beauty last time I used their site, I thought I’d try Beauty.com instead. The site is easy enough to navigate from the home page. I hovered […]

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I don’t have Forever to Search…

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Is anything worse than a search function that doesn’t work? As far as eCommerce missteps go, it’s a pretty big one. It turns out that Forever 21 is an offender, as I found out browsing on their home page. A pair of red jeans in one of the images caught my eye, and I wanted to […]

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1-800-Flowers is No Bed of Roses

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I was looking to send some flowers today as a birthday gift, so I decided to check out 1-800-Flowers. With all the gift options available, I figured it would be a great place to start. However, the downside to so many different types of products is that it’s not always easy to find what you’re […]

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Costco, there’s still room for improvement

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Costco recently updated their website and added some new features to make it “easier to browse” their site. Of course, I had to check out the new Costco.com and see if it passed the ECommerce Outtakes test. What I found was that although the new features and navigation are nice, there are still some organizational […]

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Payless, make the most of BOGO

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There’s nothing like a “buy one, get one” sale, especially from the brand that practically coined the term BOGO: Payless. I was shopping around on their site, and I was actually surprised to find that the brand doesn’t do as much as it could to promote the deal it’s famous for. My first issue with […]

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evo, something’s wrong with your links!

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It’s barely fall, and I’m already thinking about winter. Call me crazy, but I love snow!  I wanted to look at some winter sports gear, so I decided to head over to evo’s website. When I accidentally typed into my search bar instead of my navigation bar, things got weird. Evo had a link in […]

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