The eCommerce landscape is rapidly changing and in order to better understand these changes, we're taking a look at the "eCommerceToday" infographic, by CueCommerce.
Are you toying with the idea of developing a mobile app for your business? Do you think a mobile app would benefit your business but you're stuck as to what it should include?
If you've been thinking about a website redesign, chances are good that you've been reading about various techniques to optimize your site for mobile devices. In order for your site to be successful, it's extremely important to consider how your website will look and how your message will be conveyed on the smallest of screens.
When it comes to content strategy, SEO has traditionally been the primary focus for digital marketing professionals. This strategy is no longer enough, as content marketing has become the key to search engine performance and building a successful digital presence.
If you're a small business owner who has put off committing to a website, the time has come to build one. If you have a website that is operating more like a novelty than a utility, the time has come for a redesign.
In order to succeed in the digital age, the traditional bricks and mortar store needs to make changes that enable them to move with the times. By embracing the multi-channel retail solutions available, you can keep your bricks and mortar store relevant in the digital age.
With eCommerce sales on track for a 20% growth up to $1.5 trillion in 2014, it's safe to say that the Internet has revolutionized the way we do business. Through the power of the web, a small business owner can reach entire countries, or, with the right logistics, the entire planet, using a single website.
With literally thousands of eCommerce sellers out there, how do you persuade the right customers to walk through the virtual doors of your online store?
eCommerce has changed the way companies connect with customers and market goods. In the online world, shoppers form opinions, assess value, and make buying decisions without any first-hand experience of the items they are paying for.
eCommerce; Augmented Reality (AR); Virtual Reality (VR): Three rapidly evolving digital technologies that have long held the theoretical promise of delivering more convenient, enhanced and immersive shopping experiences to consumers.