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Daily E-Commerce Pulse Report: Wed 14 Aug 2019

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

  • 10 Ways Bad Data Hurts an Ecommerce Business - Data is essential for ecommerce businesses. Order quantities, shipping addresses, sales history, marketing performance — all rely on accurate data. Thus missing or inaccurate data can harm a business.  Here are 10 ways that poor data can reduce ecommerce performance. from www.practicalecommerce.com
    Topics: product, hurts, customers, missing, typically, shipping, poor, shipments, rate, ways, ecommerce, problem, business, bad, data.
  • 6 Things to Tune TODAY to Prepare Your Mobile Experience for Holiday ’19 - We have only 3 months until Black Friday 2019, and it's expected to be mobile commerce's biggest season ever. While August may be late to invest in new platform features and functionality, you still have 6 levers to pull to be mobile-ready by November 29. from www.getelastic.com
    Topics: tune, today, chatbots, order, prepare, experience, search, holiday, mobile, chatbot, shoppers, popups, things, using, google.
  • 7 Best WooCommerce Dropshipping Plugins for WordPress Stores - Start your WooCommerce dropshipping store with these 7 top WooCommerce dropshipping plugins! Find the best dropshipping products from these suppliers. from www.abetterlemonadestand.com
    Topics: youre, product, store, stores, plugin, plugins, products, wordpress, aliexpress, import, best, dropshipping, woocommerce.
  • 7 Signs You're CEO Material - You may be starting in your first entry-level position, or perhaps you're an executive VP at an established company. Wherever you are in your career, if you're ambitious and goal-driven, you may have one question in your mind -- Will I be the CEO someday? from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: youre, skills, career, material, good, professional, franklin, leader, leadership, ceo, organization, signs.
  • Deliveroo exits German market - Deliveroo is exiting the German market. The UK food delivery service launched in Germany over four years ago, but now they are exiting the country already. Instead, Deliveroo wants to focus on growing its operations in other markets around the world. In April 2015, Deliveroo expanded internationally for the first… Continue reading from ecommercenews.eu
    Topics: focus, conversions, deliveroo, german, market, service, food, exits, christmas, operations, germany, delivery.
  • How even the best marketplace startups get paralyzed - Over the past 15 years, I’ve seen a pernicious disease infect a number of marketplace startups. I call it Marketplace Paralysis. The root cause of the disease is quite innocent and seemingly harmless. from techcrunch.com
    Topics: techcrunch, startups, users, standard, paralysis, good, marketplace, paralyzed, best, pay, data, job, platform.
  • Instagram Influencer Marketing: The Organic Superfood You Need To Fuel Your Ecommerce Store - When we are looking for recommendations, who do we go to?  Many times it’s someone we know or follow online… from www.bigcommerce.com
    Topics: superfood, store, content, brands, need, campaign, fuel, followers, consumers, ecommerce, marketing, organic, influencer, influencers, brand, instagram.
  • Investment for Swedish retailer Caliroots - Cristina Stenbeck, former chairman of Swedish investment company Kinnevik, has invested 18 million Swedish kronor (1.69 million euros) in Caliroots. The Swedish omnichannel retailer of sneakers and streetwear just announced it made a loss of about 3.75 million euros last year. For comparison, the loss was just about 843,000 euros… Continue reading from ecommercenews.eu
    Topics: product, conversions, retailer, investment, caliroots, euros, christmas, company, swedish, million.
  • - South Korean health-and-beauty stores have suspended sales of products from Japanese beauty firm DHC Corp, after the company made offensive remarks about Koreans. from insideretail.asia
    Topics: young, selling, youtube, dhc, slur, healthandbeauty, stop, south, korean, online, stores, products, korea, chains, offensive, sales.
  • The Ultimate List of Instagram Influencers in Every Industry (135 and Counting!) - In 2017, 92% of marketers who used influencer marketing found it to be effective. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: counting, photos, ultimate, followers, instagramtop, lifestyle, list, influencer, world, fashion, industry, influencers, instagram, million.
  • The other Amazons: E-commerce is booming in the developing world - In several emerging markets, entrepreneurs are using the Amazon playbook to bring e-commerce to their own countries. from www.africanbusinesscentral.com
    Topics: amazons, booming, theyre, tend, online, support, ways, ecommerce, trillion, world, using, developing.
  • The secret of content marketing: avoid high bounce rates - Advice on content marketing always talks about getting people to your blog. But, what about once they’re there — how do you get them to then buy from you? from techcrunch.com
    Topics: techcrunch, readers, secret, rewrite, content, post, testing, high, read, dropoff, marketing, reading, sections, rates, avoid, bounce, visitors.
  • Walmart tops US online grocery market, with 62% more customers than next nearest rival - Walmart is dominating the U.S. online grocery market, according to new research out this week from the analysts at Second Measure. The nationwide retailer today offers grocery pickup and delivery in nearly every U.S. state, and had 62% more customers in June than its next nearest rival. And no, in this case, that rival is […] from techcrunch.com
    Topics: techcrunch, nearest, tops, amazonfresh, customers, amazon, second, foods, walmart, grocery, online, market, rival, sales, report, delivery.
  • What Is Permission Marketing & How Does It Work? - Have you ever signed up to receive email updates and special offers from a brand you love? Chances are, that answer is “a thousand times, yes.” Say you open your email to see a new promotion from Starbucks. Maybe for your birthday, you're offered a free drink or a coupon for 20% off. That offer, and others like it, are examples of permission-based marketing. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: customer, content, permission, emails, offers, customers, does, work, consumers, marketing, receive, email.
  • Why This Founder Took Two Years to Launch - Mel Wells was inspired by her roommate's desire for a 1920s styled swimsuit to start Beefcake Swimwear. Mel took two years to find sustainable fabrics and an ethical American manufacturer before launching. In this episode of Shopify Masters, you'll hear from Mel on why it's important to grow at your own pace. More from www.shopify.com
    Topics: founder, right, youre, really, thats, going, launch, think, doing, yeah, business, im, took.
  • Why eBay and Amazon Sellers Should Make WooCommerce Their New Home - If you have a successful storefront on eBay or Amazon, you might have thought about expanding to your own, standalone WooCommerce store. It may seem a bit overwhelming, especially after you’ve invested time and money into getting where you are right now. But it’s worth it. Yes, Amazon and eBay come with a host of […] from woocommerce.com
    Topics: existing, sellers, store, amazon, customers, product, send, fees, products, ebay, woocommerce.
  • ‘California Consumer Privacy Act’ Impacts Ecommerce Businesses - The California Consumer Privacy Act raises the bar for privacy protection in the United States. The CCPA is a significant step toward protecting consumer data, including the personal information most every ecommerce company collects. from www.practicalecommerce.com
    Topics: information, privacy, data, subject, california, comply, businesses, ecommerce, personal, gdpr, impacts, ccpa, consumer, companies, act.
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