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Online retailers can make up for the lack of physical and personal interaction possible in a brick-and-mortar store is by providing stellar service. Though good service can vary according to product niche or location, online visitors are generally looking for a pleasant shopping experience with clean and easy navigation, including the all-important shopping cart.
Are multichannel marketers making the most of social media? They
Outdoor gear and apparel merchant Patagonia has replaced its fly fishing print catalog with an online e-catalog.
Nearly 20% of social consumers are now using social networks as their core navigation tool. Rather than using search engines or content hubs such as Microsoft or Yahoo, these consumers are looking for content within social networks and clicking from there. Here’s what that trend means for e-commerce.
While there are some benefits to learning from mobile commerce trendsetters, businesses serious about embracing new technology and attracting next generation consumers need to act now to diversify their multichannel sales strategies by testing the mobile commerce waters.
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To get a bigger piece of the e-commerce pie, more merchants are offering alternative payment methods. According to the 2009 fourth-quarter mystery shopping
While rank is certainly important in search engine optimization, it is not the only or even best indicator of SEO success anymore. So why do so many companies
Most people hope for a fat wallet provided it’s stuffed with cash but BigSkinny.net is all about streamlining the wallet situation. The company, which
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