E-Commerce-Literature: recommended by ePages
How to be successful with my E-Commerce-Project? And how to use the ePages-Software-Feature for that? Our blog gives you the answers for that. In order to always be up to date in the rapidly changing E-Commerce-Business we do look in to interesting articles and blog postings on a daily basis. Find the most interesting ones we came across in our series “E-Commerce-Literature: recommended by ePages.” Have fun exploring.
Giving your customers a chance to tell you and other customers their opinion about your products and your service can have a massive positive impact on your business. The best example for that: Amazon. So open your shop for customer feedback and start using social media to get in contact with your target group. The following two articles give you a good starting point in doing so.
How To Engage Customers In Your E-Commerce Website
One of the most influential factors in our buying decisions is the opinions of our friends and relatives. Likewise, a large majority of online shoppers now trust what other customers say about the products they buy more than the e-tailers themselves. The reason is that we trust people who are “on our side,” even if we do not know them personally.
35 Essential Social Media Resources You May Have Missed
Chances are you’ve been waiting in line all week for the iPhone 4, which means you haven’t been keeping up on your social media resources. Tsk-tsk.
Due to the ongoing financial crisis, VAT in Great Britain is going to rise to 20%. Find all relevant information in Chloe Rigby´s article on internetretailing.net.
VAT to rise in January: Emergency Budget
VAT is to rise to 20% from January, Chancellor George Osborne announced in today’s emergency Budget. The move means that from January 4, the rate will rise by 2.5% from its current level of 17.5%.
But is the financial crisis slowing down the growth of e-commerce? Apparently not, as internetretailing.net is stating in the following article by Chloe Rigby.
Growth in online shopping at its fastest for two years
Some £4.5bn was spent online in May, as the UK’s e-commerce market grew by 22% compared to the previous year. The total spent online, according to the latest IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index, was equivalent to £73 for every person in the UK.
Volker Schwarz studied German, History and Politics at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum. From 2004 to 2009 he worked as a freelancer for several marketing and communications companies in Hamburg, including e-commerce companies. Between August 2009 and December 2011, he worked as an online editor at ePages.
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