|July 23, 2014|
|Pinterest and Shopify Combine Forces To Improve Social Commerce|
|By Chris Crum|
Pinterest and Shopify have teamed up to automatically enable Rich Pins for all Shopify merchants.
Rich Pins are pins that contain extra information compared to regular ones. Pinterest has five different kinds: Product Pins, Recipe Pins, Movie Pins, Article Pins, and Place Pins. Obviously the Shopify integration will make use of the Product Pins.
"Previously, setting up Rich Pins for your site involved adding meta data to your site's code and validating the Rich Pins on Pinterest," says Shopify' social media manager Dayna Winter in a blog post. "We've partnered with Pinterest to make the process [...]
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|Google has a new "Webmaster Help" video out. This time Matt Cutts discusses optimizing for the mobile web. Specifically, he takes on this submitted question: [...]|
|The 5 laws of effective e-Commerce websites|
In my last post, I highlighted 5 warning signs that your website sucks along with some tips to make it, um… unsuck. This time, let's take a deeper look at how you can do the "unsuck" part even more effectively.
First off, let's define terms. Many business people think an e-Commerce website is limited only to those sites that actively sell products or generate leads. The thinking goes, if you don't have a shopping cart, booking engine, or lead gen form, you're not [...]
|Overnight Delivery Comes To Google Shopping Express||E-Commerce Taking Place On Desktops Goes Up 12% Since Last Year||Sellers Etsy App Coming To iPhone, Coming Soon For Android|
|Google announced that Google Shopping Express is bringing overnight delivery to Northern California (from Fresno and Porterville in the south to Eureka and Crescent City in the north). The new overnight service is available immediately in East Bay [...]||comScore put out new findings indicating that desktop-based e-commerce in the U.S. has grown 12% versus the same period last year. According to the firm's estimates for Q1 2014 U.S. digital commerce sales, desktop e-commerce spending reached $56.1 billion during the quarter. That's actually the eighteenth consecutive quarter of [...]||Etsy just announced the launch of a new iPhone app specifically for sellers called (appropriately) Sell on Etsy. An Android version will come later this year. "Etsy sellers are conducting more business from their mobile devices than ever [...]|
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