eCommerce in Africa: “Africa is teeming with young people, and therein lies a huge opportunity for e-commerce” Read Article “We are leading ever increasingly connected digital lives. These online dealings affect our offline personas. So what happens if your identity Continue reading The eCommerce Advice Newsletter is a weekly roundup of interesting eCommerce News from around the globe, as well as advice to assist you with your own eCommerce Store.
Chicago – January 20, 2015 – Anthem Marketing Solutions has released the eighth installment of its semi-annual study comparing online and in-store pricing of consumer goods across a range of regularly purchased categories. The key findings in this study include: Continue reading PRICE ADVANTAGE CONTINUES TO INCREASE FOR ONLINE CHANNEL
ASOS.com is a British online fashion and beauty store. Primarily aimed at young adults, ASOS sells over 850 brands as well as its own range of clothing and accessories. Sales for the financial year ending 31 August 2013 were £753.8 Continue reading ASOS is 15 Years Old
E-Commerce and online transactions are booming in Mozambique due to an increase in mature online users, faster and more affordable internet and a slow but steady sophistication of a nascent developer community. LAM recently stated that online ticket sales are Continue reading How to Shop Online in Mozambique?
Ecommerce, with all its convenience, was supposed to be the death of traditional retail. That’s why hearing ecommerce leaders get excited over opening brick and mortar storefronts feels a bit like having your tech-obsessed friend talk up VHS. Designer-gown rental Continue reading Why These Ecommerce Front-Runners Are Building Brick and Mortar Stores
Jumio’s perspective on the abandonment challenge If 66% of your shoppers abandoned their shopping at an in-store checkout, would you be worried? According to Jumio’s Consumer Insights study, that’s exactly what is happening in the M-commerce channel. So how can Continue reading 5 Tactics to Reduce mCommerce Abandonment
You’re a small retailer, and you’re nervous about Amazon.com. Well, you shouldn’t be. Sure, they’re a giant, and aggressive. Yes, people may be able to find the same products you sell for a cheaper price on Amazon. Many may not Continue reading How You, the Local Business Owner, Can Take on Amazon
By: Jonathan D. Novotny | Founder of CloudSales.co.za Most online stores operated by small businesses in South Africa fail to provide the user with an experience which leaves them at-ease and confident about their order being processed and delivered. Continue reading How to Sell Online in SA …and be Successful