Here are some more articles from trusted sources on these topics: landing page optimization, business models for MMO games, Google's take on frustrating checkout processes, and pricing strategies in a volatile currency market.
E-commerce is no different than gymnastics. In place of cartwheels, handsprings and somersaults, we have product functionality, marketing initiatives and customer acquisition.
From cars and phones to plowing services, consumers are buying into subscription payment. This is especially true in the software sector.
If you sell software online, you've come to the right place. We've been keeping our eyes open for relevant e-commerce information for e-commerce professionals. Take the time to read these articles, take notes on them, and try to apply them to your business. If you do, you'll come away with lessons about A/B testing, pricing strategies, your relationship with resellers, new UK cookie laws, new payment methods, and social media vs. search engines. Post in the comment section to help us understand your perspective on any or all of these topics. We'll be sure to respond.
In this month's E-commerce Digest we look at business models and DRM issues from Nintendo and Pottermore, investigate the social sales funnel, and review some key tips in PPC advertising and web design.
"Basically, if a given software package or service isn’t free/open, it should be as easy as humanly possible to try it, pay for it, and start using it in production. If it isn’t easy to get started with your product, I’m going to find another vendor."
Now with February winding down, it's time for another edition of our Blogger's Digest series. This month the digest explores tips for competing in the Chinese e-commerce market, the differences between American and British affiliate marketing, cloud security, the interrelationship between Google's new privacy initiatives and e-commerce, and more.
The first month of 2012 was pretty exciting. Wikipedia went dark, Zappos got hacked, Google is streamlining its privacy policies, and Facebook hinted at an IPO. But for this month's Blogger's Digest, we ignore most of these headlines and instead, focus on some relevant and practical matters that pertain to the e-commerce world. After the digest, we pose a few topical community questions and encourage you to comment.
We want to end the year with a look at some of our top posts and reflect on the eclectic e-commerce tips and tricks we spent our year investigating
Summer is ending and change is in the air, but Building Keystones continues to empower companies and individuals with our September Blogger’s Digest, where we offer valuable insights into ecommerce...