A new study from Barilliance claims that over 30 percent of an online retailer’s revenue results from personalised product recommendations during the last financial quarter.
Tim Ash, CEO of US company SiteTuners, says that building an online sales channel by copying a successful competitor isn’t as effective an approach as analysing the needs of your site’s visitors.
Missed the webinar? Read through this summary of do’s and don’ts of cross-border trade covered last week, or watch the webinar itself below.
A major hurdle towards greater acceptance of alternate payments methods for online and offline retailers is the need for guaranteed security of transactions.
Handling payments, returns and taxes is difficult enough for a national business; when cross-border trade is considered, it only gets trickier. ChannelAdvisor’s Mark Gray provides some advice for budding global traders.
Social media is a relatively new science for the retail sector, with some taking to it more smoothly than others.
Twelve months is a long time for retailers, online or offline, and retailers will innovate the provision of service through already-existing smartphone technology, writes Nuance Communications’ Michael Steinmann.
It’s a big world out there. But with more and more shoppers purchasing from international retailers, the globe is starting to seem pocket-size – at least in the e-commerce space.
In the retail world every month carries with it a new marketing opportunity. In February that means Valentine’s Day, meaning shoppers will soon be inundated with flowers, chocolates and assertions of love being in fact in the air.
Are you one of those eBay sellers who use to sell a ton on eBay, and when they released the Cassini search engine your sales dropped out of nowhere? Well, you aren’t the only one.