Entries tagged with "e-Commerce"

Personalization 101: The Least Online Marketers Need to Know

Posted by Alexander Svensson | Comments

There’s this belief in the online marketing world that web personalization is synonymous to big data, and that you have to be an enterprise-level company to do it.

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Rethink those Advertising Dollars: What Mary Meeker’s 2016 Report Means for Marketers

Posted by Martin Greif | Comments

For checking the health of online marketing, the web, and perhaps technology in general, there is nothing quite like the annual Mary Meeker report. (The SlideShare deck has been viewed over a million times, guys.)

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Nudge Your E-Commerce Customers to Purchase with these Tips

Posted by Martin Greif | Comments

It’s common practice for e-commerce shoppers to add items to the cart with the intention of checking out later.

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5 Ideas to Boost Your Small E-Commerce Business Conversions

Posted by Robyn Benensohn | Comments

“If you build it, they will come.” Not.

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6 Persuasion Techniques You Need to Arm Your Site With

Posted by SiteTuners | Comments

Most people have an operating theory of free will - we have particular tendencies, but for the most part, we make our own decisions based on rational options.

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7 eCommerce Site Mistakes to Get Rid of in 2016

Posted by SiteTuners | Comments

Featured products on the homepage. Rotating banners. Backgrounds that add “personality.”

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E-commerce Optimization: Tactical Tips for Selling More This Holiday Season [Free Webinar]

Posted by SiteTuners | Comments

Holidays are coming, but chances are your e-commerce site isn’t ready. 

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2 Reasons the Home Page Exists, and Why Web Sites Fail

Posted by SiteTuners | Comments

If you look at major e-commerce sites, with the prevalence of rotating banners and large static images, you’d think that home pages are primarily meant to be commercials.

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