Posts Categorized: E-Commerce

The Beginning of Twitter E-commerce

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Partnering with Fancy, Gumroad, Musictoday and Stripe; Twitter has just released their newest feature: a “Buy” button. Click here for original source. Twitter is excited to announce the new way for you to discover and buy, all in one tweet. This new feature has rolled out in the iOS and Android Twitter apps, giving users [...]

5 Ways to Convert Millennials to Your E-commerce Store

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What Are Millennials: Consumers born between 1980 – 2000; usually glued to an electronic device and follows trends like it’s a trend. The reason we are talking Millenials (Generation Y) is not just because they have finally gone back to school, but because the Gen Y market has grown to a $200 Billion market. Not [...]

Masters of Inbound Marketing: Shopify

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Masters of Inbound Marketing is a new feature which examines how amazing businesses have implemented inbound strategies to their advantage. Since its inception in 2006, Shopify has revolutionized commerce. In case you’re unfamiliar with the service, here’s what you need to know: Shopify is an e-commerce platform which enables its users to create and manage [...]

Consumer Psychology Behind the E-Commerce Checkout [Infographic]

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E-Commerce has become a significant revenue stream for companies across the globe, but how much do we really know about the consumer’s psychology when they purchase goods over the web? Research has shown that a consumer will assess a product within 90 seconds and will then make a quick initial judgement on whether they decide to make a [...]

How to Transform Your eCommerce Store Into a Personable Sales Machine

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eCommerce is the mainstay today. According to Forrester Research – thanks to statistics from Internet Retailer – eCommerce spending will reach $262 billion this year. By 2017, this number is expected to grow to $370 billion – a neat 10% compound annual growth rate from 2012. Travel, a popular eCommerce inclusion, was not a part of this [...]