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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.

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

Catalogs in ecommerce: unnecessary or indispensable?

Catalogs

Catalogs were a very important marketing tool during the mail order era. But now with the success of ecommerce and the almost extinction of the mail order business, catalogs are however still being sent to millions of consumers. How could it be that such an old-fashioned looking medium is still being used by lots of retailers? Continue reading

These retailers are the biggest AdWords spenders in Sweden

AdWords in Sweden

One of the hardest parts of making an online business successful is getting the marketing right. The most well-known and easy-to-reach channel is probably Google Adwords. However, due to its character the competition is high and thus the channel might be expensive as well. What online stores in Sweden spend a lot on Google Adwords? Continue reading

‘Companies should embrace social logins’

'Companies should embrace social logins'

When you want to onboard a customer to your online store, app or online community, you want them to register. But that’s something not every customer likes to do. Difficult forms with too many mandatory fields push people away. Social logins however are convenient and easy to use. More companies should embrace social logins, says the CEO of Veridu. Continue reading

Very.co.uk gets fully personalized homepage

ShopDirect

Digital retail group Shop Direct has turned one of its brands into a fully-personalized shopping experience. Online customers who visit the homepage of Very.co.uk will not only see their name turn up in a carousel image, but they will also see their interests reflected in the different parts of the homepage. Continue reading

“Personalization is the future of online shopping”

Personalization

Retailers in the United Kingdom could be missing out on 94 million euros in additional revenue as they are failing to personalize the shopping experience. More than half of British consumers said they are more willing to choose for a retailer if it offered them a good personalized experience. Continue reading

KupiVIP launches its own Cyber Monday

KupiVIP.ru, one of Russia’s largest online retailers, announced its own one-day sale. Today it’s “Shock Sale” and the main purpose is to beat the sales records and to attract the maximum number of users to its website in 24 hours. Continue reading

Facebook introduces “Shop Now” button in Europe

Facebook Shop Now in Europe

Companies with a Facebook Page are now able to add a call-to-action button, for example “Shop now” with a link to a product,  to the top of their page. This feature was introduced in the US at the end of last year, but now it’s also available for companies in Europe. Continue reading

Email marketing company Soundest adds new features

Email marketing software from Europe

Email marketing service provider Soundest had added some new automated features to its service. These features should help online retailers with developing customer relationships and growing sales. The company now has more than 5,000 customers from 115 countries. Continue reading