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Daily E-Commerce Pulse Report: Thu 12 Jul 2018

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15 interesting articles found from a total of 22 different sources analyzed:

  • 24 Excel Formulas, Keyboard Shortcuts & Tricks That'll Save You Lots of Time - Marketing and Microsoft Excel go together like peanut butter and chocolate. There's just one problem. For many of us, trying to organize and analyze Excel worksheets can feel like walking into a brick wall over and over again. You're manually replicating columns and scribbling down long-form math on a scrap of paper, all while thinking to yourself, "There has to be a better way to do this." Truth be told, there is -- you just don't know it yet. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: formula, shortcuts, formulas, tricks, keyboard, thatll, cell, example, values, column, save, youre, enter, excel, cells, lots, value.
  • 6 Ways to Quickly Improve Your Conversion Rate and Make More Money From Ecommerce - Optimize your digital strategy and make more money. from www.entrepreneur.com
    Topics: ecommerce, ways, rate, money, customers, need, sales, customer, quickly, improve, youll, products, site, conversion, product.
  • - Alibaba and JD may appear to dominate China’s e-commerce market, but new research suggests new players are increasing their influence. from insideretail.asia
    Topics: alibaba, ecommerce, share, retail, rivals, keen, tier, sales, facing, emarketer, players, retailer, jd, cent.
  • Fashion app 21Buttons raises €15 million - 21Buttons, a social-commerce fashion app from Spain, has raised almost 15 million euros in a Series B round led by Idinvest Partners. With the fresh capital, 21Buttons wants to invent in talent traction for tech and product profiles, and user acquisition. 21Buttons was launched in Barcelona in 2016 by Marc Continue reading from ecommercenews.eu
    Topics: spain, raises, 21buttons, shared, fashion, app, launched, launch, million, social.
  • - Japanese online fashion retailer Zozo has skin-tight bodysuits to help shoppers upload their measurements online. from insideretail.asia
    Topics: zozosuits, customers, online, fashion, zozos, fitting, clothing, retailer, items, zozosuit, adapt, clothes, business, develops, bodysuits, zozo.
  • Fitts's Law: The UX Hack that Will Strengthen Your Design - The next time you get in your car, take a closer look at your foot pedals. You might notice something you’ve never paid too much attention to before: your brake pedal is bigger and closer to your seat than your accelerator pedal. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: design, cursor, strengthen, website, user, fittss, hack, ux, button, space, users, buttons, law.
  • Getting Started with Marketing Automation (for Ecommerce) - Marketing automation is the process of using software to manage repetitive marketing tasks. Examples include automated emails based on a user’s action and automated social media posts. Offering relevant cross-sells ... from www.practicalecommerce.com
    Topics: ecommerce, based, marketing, tools, getting, email, tool, data, users, automation, started, offer, integrate.
  • - Grab has unveiled what it describes as Southeast Asia’s “first everyday superapp”, GrabPlatform. from insideretail.asia
    Topics: unveils, services, everyday, grab, superapp, asia, app, users, items, company, delivery, southeast, grocery, thailand.
  • - Kate Hudson’s activewear brand Fabletics charts Asian expansion, starting with Philippines. from insideretail.asia
    Topics: fabletics, vision, hudsons, activewear, techstyle, continue, trajectory, stores, launch, yearonyearfabletics, kate, brand, hudson, philippines.
  • - Portuguese accessories brand Parfois is planning an expansion into Asia and Eastern Europe. from insideretail.asia
    Topics: susana, plan, venture, spain, eastern, asia, smaller, global, parfois, sales, tmall, stores, expansion, brand, eyes.
  • The Dunning Kruger Effect: Why Your Coworkers Believe They're Way Smarter Than They Actually Are - If you’ve ever been a manager, you know how frustrating the Dunning Kruger effect can be. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: way, percentile, coworkers, performance, im, believe, test, kruger, training, skills, dunning, effect, smarter, actually, reasoning, theyre.
  • Top 10 Ecommerce Growth Hacking Techniques - In this article, we’ll discuss 10 actionable growth hacking techniques to help you reach the next level of success for your ecommerce business. from bootstrappingecommerce.com
    Topics: ecommerce, sell, website, growth, person, discounts, techniques, hacking, shoppers, products, amazon, customers, product.
  • Unriddled: New Ads on Facebook (This Time in AR), YouTube's Fight Against Fake News, and More Tech News You Need - Welcome one, welcome all to another Wednesday: the day that marks the halfway point -- almost -- to the weekend . from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: fight, ads, public, groupon, unriddled, need, youtubes, read, fake, ar, company, facebook, week, million, users, products, tech.
  • What to Post on Instagram: 20 Post Ideas to Spice Up Your Feed - For many small business owners, there’s no question that they should be building a presence on Instagram. They sign up for an account, set up their profile, but then they hit a hurdle: What exactly should you post?More from www.shopify.com
    Topics: share, spice, followers, content, users, post, feed, products, brand, instagram, posts, ideas, product.
  • Your Twitter Following Is About to Drop. Here's Why. - Twitter announced today the latest of its efforts to fight platform abuse and maintain authenticity on its network. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: locked, vijaya, total, twitter, public, follower, gadde, following, heres, users, accounts, drop, counts.
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