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Sites: What Works for B2B Buyers?



"B2B buyers have two key…
Ecommerce  B2B  from twitter
17 hours ago by pamneely
Self-Service UX ― Distinguish Primary from Secondary Paths in the 'My Account' Drop-Down (71% Don't) (Baymard Institute)
Edward Scott из Baymard даёт советы по правильному интерфейсу выпадающего меню пользователя в интернет-магазинах.
UX  patterns  ecommerce  navigation  issue 
18 hours ago by jvetrau
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"...m-commerce sales are anticipated to make up to 44.7% of total U.S. sales this year compared to 39.6%…
ecommerce  from twitter
yesterday by bartmroz
What is an Inventory Source? – ShipStation
The Inventory Source drop-down menu lets you link a Ship From Location to either one of the following: An Inventory WarehouseInventory...
HowTo  ShipStation  ecommerce  shipping 
yesterday by jimjulian
ShipStation's Inventory Management Overview – ShipStation
ShipStation offers a few ways for you to view and manage inventory. This directory will guide you to the resources you need to understand...
HowTo  ShipStation  ecommerce  shipping 
yesterday by jimjulian
How do I set up the Branded Returns Portal? – ShipStation
ShipStation knows returns are time-consuming, and likely are your least-favorite part of running your business. The hard truth is they...
HowTo  ShipStation  ecommerce  shipping 
yesterday by jimjulian
The future of Lazada
Its new mission statement is telling.
lazada  alibaba  ecommerce  sea  logistic  strategy 
yesterday by JINYONG86
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The Minute Podcast // 431:
NYC Teams Up with Recyclers and Brands to Recycle Fashion

NYC a…
eCommerce  from twitter
2 days ago by bartmroz
Instagram checkout: Brands will start selling products through the app - Vox
Plenty of brands advertise on Instagram. Now some, like H&M and Warby Parker, will sell on the app too.
instagram  ecommerce  shopping 
2 days ago by jorgebarba
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SUMO Heavy Weekly // Issue No. 166
Subscribe for weekly blog content, news, events and job listings.…
eCommerce  from twitter
2 days ago by bartmroz
Cadillac Partners with Isobar Canada to Launch Immersive Shopping Experience | LBBOnline
The Cadillac Live shopping experience is unparalleled in its ability to provide a personalised window into a Cadillac vehicle, going beyond current online dealer offerings. Taking the experience beyond industry standards like instant messaging and “build your own” functionality, Cadillac connects consumers with live agents equipped with live-streaming mobile Steadicams and Bluetooth headsets, giving shoppers a live video tour with multiple dynamic views of the vehicles so they can explore and discuss every detail of the vehicle. Every agent is equipped with an app interface that allows them to showcase any colour, wheel, and accessory option on-screen for the consumer during the session. Once the Live experience is complete and a shopper has found their desired model configuration, they are connected with a local dealer to book a test drive.
automotive  luxury  livevideo  ecommerce  trends  future 
2 days ago by dancall
Tmall Global Puts the World in China's Shopping Cart | Alizila.com
As their spending power climbs, Chinese consumers are increasingly looking for high-quality products from reputable international brands. In 2018, China’s total imports reached $2.14 trillion, up 15.8% year-on-year from the previous year, according to the Ministry of Commerce. A report by Deloitte showed the size of cross-border e-commerce retail consumer on Tmall Global in 2017 was 10 times bigger than 2014.
apac  ecommerce  luxury  stats 
2 days ago by dancall
Instagram launches in-app checkout with 20 major brands | Mobile Marketer
Though only in beta, Checkout also marks perhaps one of the biggest pushes Facebook has made to compete more closely with the e-commerce heavyweight Amazon, which is starting to snap up a larger share of the digital advertising market dominated by the social networking giant and Google. If Checkout manages to take off, it could command a considerable audience of mobile-minded shoppers, as more than 130 million Instagram users now tap products in shoppable posts per month, according to data shared by Instagram.
instagram  facebook  ecommerce  trends  future 
2 days ago by dancall

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