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Daily E-Commerce Pulse Report: Tue 14 Jan 2020

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

  • 16 Tools to Grow a YouTube Channel - Here is a list of tools to grow an audience on YouTube. There are tools to produce and distribute content, manage campaigns, improve search engine optimization, find the right influencers and consultants, and track results. from www.practicalecommerce.com
    Topics: search, tools, free, video, price, channel, youtube, start, videos, plans, grow.
  • 5 Examples of Sensory Branding in Retail - When I was in middle school, the coolest place to shop was Abercrombie & Fitch. I loved going in and picking out my favorite jeans and hoodies. The issue was that my mom — who I depended on to drive me to the mall — couldn’t stand going into the store. Why? Long story short, she referred to her experiences at the Abercrombie store as “sensory overload”. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: experience, sensory, branding, stores, retail, examples, sound, store, consumers, visa, customers, abercrombie.
  • 8 Examples of Influencer Marketing on TikTok - Since TikTok launched in 2017, marketers have been trying to wrap their minds around the odd-ball video platform. Now, many are realizing that the key to brand awareness might involve sponsoring influencer content on the app. Why does this strategy make sense? There are a few great reasons why influencer marketing can be beneficial on a new or niche app like TikTok. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: brand, content, marketing, influencers, video, tiktok, examples, videos, influencer, sponsored, great, product.
  • - A Cartier flagship has opened on Alibaba’s premium Tmall Luxury Pavilion, becoming first Richemont-owned business to launch a standalone boutique on the site. “The Tmall Flagship boutique marks a milestone within the Maison’s longstanding presence in China, reflecting the inheritance of the pioneering spirit embedded in the Maison’s DNA,” said Cyrille Vigneron, president and CEO […] from insideretail.asia
    Topics: brand, flagship, services, tmall, luxury, boutique, maisons, launch, wide, opens, cartier, weibo, pavilion.
  • - Your business lives and dies by the customer experience. Its culture, assets, structure, marketing, and sales all need to work together to deliver satisfactory outcomes. While focusing on the product and trying to sell as much of it as possible is natural, no longer can you afford to ignore the […] from www.oberlo.com
    Topics: experience, companies, customer, business, strategy, need, products, customercentric, company, customers, product, build.
  • How to Build a Product Ecosystem Buyers Will Want to Be In - When I hear the word ecosystem, I think of my science class as a kid. Specifically, I remember having to choose an environmental ecosystem to do a project on. I chose the tundra ecosystem and talked about how the living and nonliving things in this climate worked together to survive the harsh, frozen, and typically snow-covered environment — none of them would make it without the value each element and organism provided. from blog.hubspot.com
    Topics: services, ecosystem, connect, improve, products, needs, way, valuable, customers, product, buyers, build.
  • India orders investigation into alleged anti-competitive practices by Amazon and Walmart’s Flipkart - India ordered a large-scale investigation into Flipkart and Amazon India on Monday after a retail trade group alleged that the e-commerce giants were indulging in anti-competitive practices to gain a foothold in the country. Competition Commission of India (CCI), the local antitrust body, highlighted a wide gamut of issues, including the arrangements between smartphone vendors […] from techcrunch.com
    Topics: traders, ecommerce, small, spokesperson, orders, cci, walmarts, alleged, investigation, practices, ordered, techcrunch, flipkart, anticompetitive, india, amazon.
  • - Design studio Fyra may have created the “perfect” environment for online shoppers to collect their online orders: Box in Helsinki, created for the Finnish postal service. from insideretail.asia
    Topics: orders, posti, finnish, recycling, space, perfect, different, box, pick, missing, place, created, online, parcels.
  • - B2B online community JewelleryNet has launched a series of new features on its platform for sourcing, market intelligence, industry updates and trade fair information. from insideretail.asia
    Topics: jewellerynet, relaunches, markets, features, international, suppliers, fairs, platform, industry, business, jewellery, online, trade.
  • Lidl UK’s online launch is getting closer - Lidl UK is said to launch its online shop later this year. The ecommerce website won’t feature groceries, but instead it will sell wine, spirits and non-food items. The discount grocery store chain hasn’t officially acknowledged the upcoming launch of its British online store, but Lebensmittel Zeitung says British industry… Continue reading from ecommercenews.eu
    Topics: ecommerce, getting, shop, closer, united, lidl, uk, uks, store, spirits, launch, online, wine.
  • - Singapore retail sales in November remained sluggish, rising just 0.6 per cent year on year after motor vehicles were removed from the data. from insideretail.asia
    Topics: services, sales, boost, vehicles, cent, stores, retail, singapore, drives, online, beverage, food.
  • Outsourcing SEO Starts with Knowing Your Needs - Ecommerce merchants have many choices for outsourcing search engine optimization. Finding the right agency often comes down to knowing your business's needs, as well as understanding the different types of SEO services. from www.practicalecommerce.com
    Topics: search, knowing, ecommerce, starts, implement, typically, seo, needs, agencies, technical, clients, outsourcing, recommendations, optimization.
  • Retail Futurist Howard Saunders: 'Shoppable Content Is A Stepping Stone' - Shoppable content has been around for centuries, starting with booksellers that published catalogs a few decades after the invention of the printing press more than 500 years ago. Since then, marketers have steadily adopted the latest technologies to mix content and commerce, turning audiences into shoppers. Read more. from magento.com
    Topics: content, shopping, saunders, shoppable, retail, stepping, products, access, futurist, buy, world, social, online, howard, stone.
  • Salesforce announces new tools to boost developer experience on Commerce Cloud - Salesforce announced some new developer tools today, designed to make it easier for programmers to build applications on top of Commerce Cloud in what is known in industry parlance as a “headless” system. What that means is that developers can separate the content from the design and management of the site, allowing companies to change […] from techcrunch.com
    Topics: experience, site, help, tools, commerce, cloud, boost, announces, developers, need, announced, salesforce, techcrunch, systems, developer.
  • ToursByLocals snaps up its first funding, C$33M, to link sightseers with guides globally - The tours and experiences market is projected to be worth $183 billion this year, and today a startup that has made inroads into the space through bootstrapping is announcing its first outside investment. ToursByLocals — which sources local guides in some 162 countries, then helps tourists search and book them for either individual or small […] from techcrunch.com
    Topics: experiences, snaps, startup, tours, funding, globally, private, tritium, toursbylocals, local, sightseers, guides, tour, link, techcrunch, business, c33m.