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Having an online store is one, if you don’t know how to reach people and get your first customers, then soon you will soon be out of business. And even if you have customers, it’s important to keep promoting your online store. That’s why marketing is a very important part of succefully running an ecommerce site.

UK retailers should engage more with researching shoppers

UK retailers should engage more with researching shoppers

UK fashion retailers are missing out on an annual spend worth almost 12 million euros because they are not engaging with shoppers who are increasingly researching fashion choices before purchasing. Retailers should re-evaluate their marketing content to focus on product attributes over the brand image, a new study suggests. Continue reading

‘IT teams delay optimization improvements’

'IT teams delay optimization improvements'

An optimized ecommerce website is of great importance to retailers. But research shows that it’s probably not the best idea to let the IT team decide when to implement data-based optimization changes, as they only slow down the process. More than half of improvements were delayed by IT until they had the time to deal with them. Continue reading

Importance of comparison shopping in Europe

Comparison shopping engines in Europe

An increasing amount of consumers are researching products before they decide to buy them. An important information channel during this process is the internet. In Central and Eastern Europe, comparison shopping engines have gained a key role in the buying decision process during the last couple of years. Continue reading

Twenga becomes Google’s Premier SMB Partner in France

Twenga partners with Google

Solutions provider Twenga announced today its strategic alliance with Google and the fact it’s joining the Premier SMB Partner Program. This Google initiative connects small- to medium-sized business owners with established advertising companies who are specialized in AdWords. Twenga is now one of a dozen AdWords Premier SMB Partners in France. Continue reading

How to advertise on Instagram

How to advertise on Instagram

Earlier this month, Instagram made it possible for any company in 30 selected countries to advertise on the platform. Already, companies have seen some great results and analysts predict the social network could make as much as 1 billion euros in annual revenue in the next four years. But what is the best way to promote your products on Instagram? Continue reading

Some German consumers pay more if they visit a store directly

Some German consumers pay more if they visit a store directly

Dynamic pricing isn’t something completely new. Lots of ecommerce website change the price of an item, based on variables such as the weather, website traffic, actual demand et cetera. But what if a consumer that visits an online store via Google Shopping needs to pay less than a visitor who shops at the website directly? It happens at German online lens retailers Lensbest and Mister Spex. Continue reading

Zalando: this is how Europeans like to shop online

Online shopping habits in Europe

Europe is a very complex entity. Similarly, in the area of ecommerce. There are many differences between the nationalities that are spread across the continent. And that’s something Zalando, Europe’s biggest online fashion retailer, loves to utilize. Now they’ve shared what they think are the differences between online shoppers in Europe. Continue reading

Differences per country in terms of coupon hunting

coupon codes

A survey among several European countries shows that it’s especially the Dutch and Irish consumers who are interested in fashion deals. Italians on the other hand, aren’t that keen on such deals. Of all 17 discount categories, coupon codes for women’s clothing didn’t make into the top 5 of most used discount codes for this country. Continue reading

Ecommerce in France: retailers are investing in mobile

This year, 19.2% of online sales in France will be carried out on a smartphone, still many retailers don’t have a mobile strategy in place. But mobile is the top priority for investments in the next 12 to 18 months. eTail France interviewed dozens of retailers to discover what they do to respond to the several big challenges in the market today. Continue reading