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E-commerce - Why We Dumped WooCommerce via Curagami

E-commerce - Why We Dumped WooCommerce via Curagami | AtDotCom Social media | Scoop.it

Dumping WooCommerce
The DIY don't need to know code to build a great and scaleable online store may be mostly myth. Like all bell curves there may be one or two highly profitable Shopify, Volusion or Big Commerce sites but those few "rich getting richer" sites stand on the shoulders of many little guys just scaping by.

If that sound like a rigged game we agree. We shared all the reasons we dumped WooCommerce including our own idiocy in this mythbusting Curagami post:

 

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Mobile Shopping Catches Fire with Affluent Consumers - eMarketer

Mobile Shopping Catches Fire with Affluent Consumers - eMarketer | AtDotCom Social media | Scoop.it
Mobile shopping is close to reaching critical mass with affluent consumers, particularly younger ones. Among wealthy consumers under 45, 49% are shopping on mobile, compared to 22% of older affluents.

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Amazon’s Mobile Strategy Is for You to Buy Something in 30 Seconds

Amazon’s Mobile Strategy Is for You to Buy Something in 30 Seconds | AtDotCom Social media | Scoop.it
The man responsible for Amazon’s mobile shopping strategy talks about app design, shopping habits, and how to make it easier to act on your impulses.

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Level343's curator insight, March 25, 2013 10:10 AM

Mobile shopping is still a sliver of overall retail, and of Amazon’s revenue. While the company doesn’t divulge details, analysts think that maybe 8 percent of the company’s $61 billion in annual sales come from phones and tablets. But Hall’s domain is growing as more people use smartphones and tablets. Amazon runs a slew of mobile apps, including the basic Amazon Mobile shopping app. There’s also Flow, which pulls up price information (and a chance to buy on Amazon instead) for any product you aim your smartphone’s camera at.