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Daily E-Commerce Pulse Report: Fri 12 Oct 2018

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

  • 7 Innovative Ways Retailers Are Using Beacon Technology - Imagine this -- you walk into a store and peruse the shoe display, and suddenly your phone pings. The same red heels you've been eying online are now on sale, 20% off, just for you. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: ways, innovative, customer, shopping, app, shoppers, retailers, technology, instore, beacon, customers, store, using, discounts.
  • BigCommerce Launches Amazon Product Catalog Import Support, Reducing Manual Error and Saving Sellers Hours of Work - There’s no denying that Amazon represents a massive opportunity for ecommerce brands to reach customers at scale. However, selling on… from www.bigcommerce.com
    Topics: storefront, merchants, link, catalog, manage, product, listings, import, bigcommerce, amazon, products, catalogs.
  • CS-Cart releases renewed marketplace software - Ecommerce software provider CS-Cart has released a new edition of its marketplace software, called Multi-Vendor Plus. The solution, aimed at lager marketplace businesses, has several new features for both online marketplace owners and vendors. CS-Cart develops software for creating online multi-seller marketplaces and the more traditional single-seller online shops. Since Continue reading from ecommercenews.eu
    Topics: online, releases, marketplaces, cscart, owners, vendor, vendors, marketplace, software, renewed, multivendor, products, solution.
  • Everything You Need to Know About Ripple - Bitcoin might command most of the public’s mindshare on cryptocurrency, but Ripple is a company you definitely don’t want to overlook. Founded in 2012, Ripple sells a currency settlement and exchange platform and issues the third largest cryptocurrency (based on market capitalization) in the world. But its value proposition doesn’t stem from being a Bitcoin copycat. It actually stems from being one of the most unique cryptocurrencies on the market. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: xrp, bitcoin, ripple, global, transactions, payment, system, need, know, process, financial, institutions.
  • - There’s no “secret” to Instagram success. But if there were, it would be consistency, quality, and high levels of engagement. Unfortunately, those things are easier said than done. What’s more, Instagram has more than one billion monthly active users and 25 million business profiles, so competition for attention is tough. […] from www.oberlo.com
    Topics: best, media, social, profile, scheduling, instagram, post, schedule, business, need, posts, know.
  • First-Party Data: How You Can Optimize Your Ads Targeting By Relying On Yourself - “No one knows your customers better than you do.” We’ve all heard this old adage before, but it has never been truer than it is now. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: audiences, create, ad, targeting, firstparty, relying, ads, audience, thirdparty, data, specific, optimize, information.
  • How this Kazakhstan internet giant built success on ideas from Russia and China - The advantage of entering an emerging market is that the market still has a lot of empty space to fill, and as a startup you can be the first player. Kazakhstan might not be the first country that comes to mind when you think of overseas expansion. However, it is the world's largest landlocked country, and shares borders with Russia and China, which are important consumer markets as well as technology hubs. from techcrunch.com
    Topics: market, million, ideas, internet, russia, built, success, app, chocofamily, rakmet, china, service, users, giant, kazakhstan, started.
  • How to Make a Product & New Brand: Blueprints for Success - In this guide, you'll learn how to make a product & create a brand strategy that will elevate your ecommerce business from the crowd. from bootstrappingecommerce.com
    Topics: idea, youre, blueprints, success, brand, ideal, branding, design, business, product, products, logo.
  • In Germany, smaller online stores hardly grow - Although ecommerce in Germany continued to increase last year, the growth is increasingly shifting to the top online retailers. Smaller online stores in Germany can hardly grow anymore. This is shown by a recent EHI study. Last year, the 1,000 top-selling online stores in Germany generated revenue worth 42.8 billion Continue reading from ecommercenews.eu
    Topics: online, hardly, stores, smaller, shops, increase, retailers, germany, grow, euros, billion, generated.
  • - Hardware and home improvement retailer Mr DIY has launched an e-store on Shopee. from insideretail.asia
    Topics: shopeemr, shopping, diy, shoppers, successdiscounts, mr, launch, quickly, launches, retailer, shopee, tremendously, regionwe.
  • Shopify opens its first brick-and-mortar space in Los Angeles - Shopify, the provider of payment and logistics management software and services for retailers, has opened its first physical storefront in Los Angeles. The first brick-and-mortar location for the Toronto-based company is nestled in a warren of downtown Los Angeles boutique shops in a complex known as the Row DTLA. For Shopify, Los Angeles is the […] from techcrunch.com
    Topics: angeles, los, physical, shopify, work, retailers, support, customers, business, brickandmortar, opens, space.
  • The Plain English Guide to XML Sitemaps - You wouldn't design a new kitchen without creating a blueprint first, would you? So, why would you design a website without creating a sitemap? If you want to launch a website that Google (and your potential customers) can discover, you'll need a sitemap. Here's how to create one. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: websites, youll, xml, google, english, guide, plain, search, page, sitemaps, sitemap, website, click.
  • Using Google Analytics to Track On-site Promotions - Measuring the impact of banners and promotional links on the home page and other key pages can be challenging. In this post, I will provide instructions for identifying on-site banners and other key links that drive clicks and conversions from www.practicalecommerce.com
    Topics: onsite, promotions, events, internal, google, track, promotional, page, reporting, analytics, revenue, clicks, tracking, using.
  • Walmart is working with Eko to create interactive content - Walmart and Eko announced a partnership this morning to create a joint venture for interactive content called W*E Interactive Ventures. The best example of the interactivity that Eko enables is probably “That Moment When,” a comedy web series that the startup created last year in partnership with Sony. In a series of short videos, you take […] from techcrunch.com
    Topics: interactive, create, walmart, content, shows, partner, eko, venture, viewer, series, partnership, working.
  • Why Companies Are Buying More of This Type of Ad - A new report from eMarketer indicates that companies are spending more than ever on digital video ads. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: spend, social, spending, likely, report, companies, buying, ads, type, users, digital, ad, video.
  • Zuora partners with Amazon Pay to expand subscription billing options - Zuora, the SaaS company helping organizations manage payments for subscription businesses, announced today that it had been selected as a Premier Partner in the Amazon Pay Global Partner Program.  The “Premier Partner” distinction means businesses using Zuora’s billing platform can now easily integrate Amazon’s digital payment system as an option during checkout or recurring payment […] from techcrunch.com
    Topics: provide, businesses, offering, billing, subscription, world, payment, options, expand, partners, amazon, platform, zuora, pay.
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