|EcommNewz Newsletter Archive
Fight Fraud with Real-Time ID Verify Cloud Service
Did you know that eRetailers lose $4 for every dollar of fraudulent charges online? How much is fraud costing your business? Personator matches name-to-address to verify true customer ID. Know who's behind the credit card. Not only will you save money, you’ll have something even better – peace of mind.
Fulfillment Tips for Increased Holiday Sales
Download our free printable guide to prepare your eCommerce business for holiday fulfillment success!
Who Can You Trust?
Selecting a vendor to outsource your fulfillment can be an intimidating task.
Amazon Reshaping Ecommerce
Amazon recently passed Facebook to become the the fourth-largest US company based on stock market value. By 2020 analysts Rob Sanderson, Managing Director, Senior Research Analyst at MKM Partners, predicts that Amazon will be the largest US company by 2020.
IMPORTANT: New Tax Laws Impact Ecommerce
This report covers everything you need to know about the big sales tax changes that took effect July 1st and provides insider tips to help you stay ahead of the state and federal updates. It also sheds light on the proposed rules still in the works.
Amazon Marketplace Reports Now Available
Amazon is notorious for restricting the type and amount of data they share with their partners, sellers, and advertisers. With Jumpshot Marketplace Report, we extract consumer behavior on marketplaces from the clickstream activity of our 100-million user panel. Now you can understand consumer behavior from product discovery to product purchase.
Uber Now on a 5.5 million Rides Per Day Pace
Ecommerce giant Uber reached the 2 billion ride milestone on June 18, just 6 months after hitting 1 billion according to Uber CEO Travis Kalanick. "It took five years to reach our billionth trip, six months to reach the next billion … and we'll hopefully reach our third even more quickly," Kalanick said in a Facebook post. "Thanks to all the drivers out there for making every trip possible." This equates to a pace of roughly 5.5 million completed trips per day.
Pinterest Announces Visual Based Searches for Products in a Pin's Image.
Pinterest is on the cutting edge of visual recognition technology which matches images with other similar images accurately enough to show related items next to images that have no text at all. Coming soon is a feature that will allow Pinterest users to take a photo of an object like a purse and instantly compare that real world object with other similar ones.
New Google Tool To Improve Your Ecommerce Sites Mobile Friendliness
Google launched a new tool today called 'Test My Site" at testmysite.thinkwithgoogle.com. The tool helps you find out how well your site works across mobile and desktop devices, but its primary purpose is to make the mobile web experience faster.
Ecommerce Action Button Offered By Instagram
Taking the lead of its Mother Ship Facebook, Instagram announced some new tools designed to make Instagram a better place for business. Instagram is already being used by many businesses such as McDonald's, Nike and Ford to effectively promote their products and services. After listening to customer feedback three key needs became clear to Instagram: Stand out, get insights and find new customers.
Q1 Fastest Ecommerce Websites Announced
Catchpoint Systems has released its Ecommerce Web Performance Benchmark report for Q1 2016, ranking desktop websites based on load time. Catchpoint Systems is a digital performance analytics company based in New York City.
Fulfillment Errors Eating Your Profits?
You sell something.
Someone buys it.
It gets shipped to him.
He gets the right item, on time.
Your eCommerce Benchmark Report for 2016.
Have you ever wondered how much traffic your competition is seeing from mobile?
Google Announces New Payment App
Google announced it is piloting a new payment app called Hands Free with South Bay residents. The goal is to let users pay in stores in completely hands-free fashion.
What Shoppers Do and Don't Do Online
Nielsen recently released some findings from its Global Connected Commerce survey looking at what connected shoppers are doing (and not doing) online. One big takeaway is that shoppers are not only "showrooming" (browsing in stores to buy online), but are also "webrooming" (researching online and buying in stores).