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Daily E-Commerce Pulse Report: Fri 09 Nov 2018

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

  • 3 Email Mistakes to Avoid This Holiday Season - Lessons learned from the ghosts of holiday emails past from magento.com
    Topics: email, sales, mistakes, season, black, emails, instore, text, tomorrow, sure, holiday, avoid.
  • 5 Ecommerce Marketing Trends to Watch in 2019 - The way you market your ecommerce business today may not work tomorrow. Here are five ecommerce marketing trends your business should consider in the coming year. None of these are new, but they should be effective from www.practicalecommerce.com
    Topics: mobile, reddit, page, watch, content, voice, trends, ecommerce, site, search, marketing.
  • - Ask any successful sports coach how they win so many games, and they’ll tell you they have a unique plan for every single game they coach. To have a fighting chance against any of their opponents, they need to prepare a specific game plan tailored to each of their opponents’ strengths and weaknesses. Otherwise, they’ll get crushed. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: youll, include, write, game, guide, writing, help, need, plan, plans, sample, business.
  • - An automated Alibaba hotel is set to open in Hangzhou. from insideretail.asia
    Topics: robots, similar, alibaba, hospitality, company, alibabas, run, features, guests, smart, automated, hotel.
  • - Editor's note: This is the first post in an 11-part series on the HubSpot Customer Code. You can subscribe to the full series here.  The business world is obsessed with growth. We chase it, chart it, and celebrate the moment we’ve captured it  --  even temporarily. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: customers, interest, grow, anymore, series, decisions, customer, hubspot, code, growing, dont, growth, doesnt.
  • How to Achieve a High Performance Score on Google PageSpeed Insights for WooCommerce - Website performance is an essential aspect of web design that is often overlooked by agencies.  If your site responds and delivers content very quickly, you’ll receive many benefits – including an increase in conversions and better rankings in Google. At Herdl, we fully appreciate the benefits that high performance can offer across multiple marketing channels […] from woocommerce.com
    Topics: pagespeed, sites, hosting, speed, score, high, website, wordpress, server, using, achieving, performance, best, insights, site, google.
  • - WordPress is known for being one of the most popular content management system (CMS) software options available to date. One of the main reasons for this is because WordPress is easy to use and meets the needs of almost any type of website and business. Installing the CMS is a simple process that only takes about five minutes. But if you’re new to the software, installing WordPress may seem daunting. That’s why we’ve created this guide to take you through the installation process step-by-step so you can quickly get your website up and running. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: web, install, youll, choose, hosting, website, wordpress, installation, methods, need, cpanel.
  • - Over the past few years, Instagram has seen exponential growth -- from one million users in December 2010, to over one billion in 2018. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: youre, image, click, icon, instagram, guide, account, photos, beginners, post, notifications, follow.
  • - Chinese online retailer JD was outmaneuvered by archrival Alibaba this week over its commitment to importing goods for China’s growing middle class. from insideretail.asia
    Topics: online, commitment, consumers, eclipsed, alibaba, import, commitments, imported, goods, chinese, brands, products, jd.
  • - Founded in 2014 with the aim of creating luxury clothing and unisex accessories, Manière De Voir now wants to make high end clothing more accessible both via price point and its online stores. Guided by the three core brand principles ‘great design, premium quality, customer value’ the clothes retailer showcases its distinct style and the comfort of their items by maximising the use of multiple channels. Via social media especially, customers are encouraged to show off their wares and the brand continues to cultivate a strong following, regardless of gender. from blog.ometria.com
    Topics: gender, manière, customers, needs, voir, data, preempt, personalisation, practice, experience, truly, customer, based, behavioural, brand, used.
  • Resellers on Amazon Can Damage a Brand - Selling on Amazon can generate revenue, reinforce your brand’s reputation, and expose your product to 8 million U.S. visitors per day. Using the Amazon marketplace, the opportunity for success is ... from www.practicalecommerce.com
    Topics: amazon, sales, distributors, resellers, brokers, brands, control, products, damage, brand, selling.
  • - Googling “marketing tips” is like looking up a #MondayMotivation quote to post on Instagram … there are so many, and they all think they’re the very best. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: product, personal, data, tips, ultimate, things, customer, need, content, strategy, list, social, marketing.
  • - Ever wondered how computer programming works, but haven't done anything more complicated on the web than upload a photo to Facebook? Then you're in the right place. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: web, work, page, languages, javascript, website, design, html, language, programming, style, css.
  • What Agencies Need to Know About Commerce-as-a-Service - Commerce-as-a-Service (CaaS) allows your customers to avoid having to choose between their rich content and a robust ecommerce platform. This… from www.bigcommerce.com
    Topics: know, commerceasaservice, platform, customers, wordpress, bigcommerce, need, agencies, commerce, content, caas, ecommerce, clients.
  • Zalando asks for shipping costs for the first time - When you’re talking about Zalando, you can’t ignore their free shipping and return policy. But this unique selling point is about to be less special now. In Italy, Zalando will demand from customers to pay shipping costs if their order value is less than 25 euros. This would mark the Continue reading from ecommercenews.eu
    Topics: italy, fee, euros, zalando, special, shipping, order, costs, value, asks, thats.
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