Grey market, e-commerce among main targetsThe NationThe Revenue Department is planning to collect tax from the grey market, e-commerce and the sale of Buddha amulets to compensate for lost income resulting from next year's reduction in the rate of...
'E-commerce space to see disproportionate growth'Indian ExpressThe e-commerce market attracted private equity/venture capital deals worth USD 410 million in the first half of this year, driven by category leaders, with the sector likely to grow "disproportionately"...
From The Article: "Pinterest is the third most popular social website (Experian traffic report April 2012), just behind Twitter and Facebook. In just over six months, Pinterest has become more popular than LinkedIn, Foursquare, Instagram, and Google+ (based on traffic volume).
You don’t have to be a lifestyle-type site to win on Pinterest, you merely need to make your brand fun and create interesting, shareable images.
Pinterest offers other benefits, including social links generated from content shared on Pinterest".
Retailers are turning to export and international sales for business development in online shopping and retail sales. How many though have considered the impact of cultural differences on the chances of their e-retail success?
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Marty Note Hang with this video for a bit. The unfortunate MySpace reference aside the general ideas are accurate. What seems like a flood of data now will seem paltry tomorrow. What feels connected now will seem awkward and like rough friction tomorrow.
I see walls between what is WEB and INTERNET and what is not crumbling fast. We will know we've arrived at the magic kingdom described here when we aren't Internet marketers anymore. Once our titles return to just Marketers we know we've arrived at the promised land.
Avalaunch, an internet based firm which specializes in online marketing, promotion, and optimization, has unveiled an updated version of its famous History Of Marketing Channels graphic. This is a timeline chart of the progress that mass media advertising has made over the past two centuries. The chart shows that techniques of mass advertising have evolved hand in hand with technological developments in communication. Starting with the newspaper, and ending (for the moment) with the internet and the Android phone, advertising has been an essential ingredient in the mix.
The chart begins in the year 1839, a time in which advertising posters were banned from being placed on private property in London. We can only imagine the nuisance felt by elite Victorians on waking up to find scurrilous notices for shaving cream and meat pies plastered up on their doors! Beyond these minor inconveniences, the fact that Londoners felt the need to enact such legislation shows that mass advertising was already well underway in the West. Keep in mind that this was the golden age of the newspaper. London's famous Fleet Street printing presses were already churning out thousands upon thousands of ads which were reaching the public in numbers that had never previously been possible.
The History Of Marketing Channels chart continues on past that era, all the way up to the present time. Along the way, such dates as 1864 stand out. Apparently, this was the date of the earliest recorded instance of unsolicited spam reaching the public by means of the telegraph! Another landmark date would be 1908, which saw the establishment of the Harvard Business School. This was, of course, the very first institution in the West which sought to distill the techniques of mass media advertising down to a practical science.
From there, the chart takes in all of the significant dates that have seen major new developments in advertising, from the invention of the telephone and the radio, down to television and the advent of the world wide web. The chart necessarily ends in 2012, but manages to pack in all of the amazing technological developments that this past decade has produced, from the Android right down to the I-pad.
They done an excellent job of reminding us just how far the techniques of mass media advertising have come. The chart is an excellent resource for those interested in this subject matter, and is highly recommended.
With over 170 million active users and playing a significant role in media consumption, Twitter has turned into the go-to site for real-time updates and gathering snippets of info from those we’re interested in. Pretty much everyone knows how to put a tweet together and how to reply to users, but what about more advanced features such as shortcuts, apps and SEO. If you want to improve your knowledge or want to pick up a few tips and tricks to help you get more out of the service, then read on.
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