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You know you’re supposed to be gearing up for the mobile commerce revolution the one that everybody keeps saying is coming. The thing is, it’s already
As more mobile Internet users emerge, mobile search is heating up. Here are a few things to think about as you explore how mobile affects your business.
NO DOUBT WE’RE ALL GETTING A LITTLE TIRED OF HEARING that mobile commerce is coming and that we need to get in on it now. Tell us something we don’t know.
If you want to build a following using social media, don’t try to sell on Facebook and Twitter–just be yourself.
L.L. Bean was named Catalog of the Year for 2010 and Musician’s Friend earned the Website of the Year honors in the 25th Annual Multichannel Merchant Awards. L.L. Bean also took the Cross Channel Merchant of the Year honors, it was announced during a …
Wine merchant Geerlings & Wade launched a mobile commerce site on May 19. The site, which had a soft launch last week, is designed to bring a simpler home page to users accessing the site from a mobile device, says Chris Edwards, general manager of Geerlings & Wade and the Winetasting Network.
With Apple announcing that it sold 1 million iPads just 20 days after its April 3 release, Michelle Eichner, vice president of e-mail products for Pivotal Veracity, thinks merchants need to keep it on their mobile commerce radar.
Ever since The Republic of Tea launched its first Website in January 1999, the teas merchant
If 2010 is going to be the year mobile commerce takes off, we’re off to a slow start. Many marketers are not ready to face m-commerce.
Website data can be an early indicator that specific offline marketing efforts that mention a URL are either succeeding or askew.
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