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Custora U: The best place* for marketing teams to learn about e-commerce analytics

Custora U: The best place* for marketing teams to learn about e-commerce analytics | Cross border e-Commerce | Scoop.it

Custora U is designed to be an accessible and insightful resource for all things related to e-commerce marketing analytics. Each topic is divided into brief basic, intermediate, and advanced modules that make it easy to jump in and learn quickly. Select your role to get started.

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The Growth in cross-border Ecommerce [Infographic]

The Growth in cross-border Ecommerce [Infographic] | Cross border e-Commerce | Scoop.it

A new report from eBay mapping the flow of international sales Value to retailers: ★★★★ Recommended link: eBay cross-border Ecommerce sales report eBay commissioned Nielsen to conduct a research study on the importance of cross-border /...


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Leveraging Pinterest for SEO and E-commerce

Leveraging Pinterest for SEO and E-commerce | Cross border e-Commerce | Scoop.it
Pinterest represents a virtually untapped marketing channel for online retailers and brands. It's capable of driving incremental revenue, improving SEO performance, and increasing brand awareness. Here's how to pin and win for SEO and e-commerce.

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Chafik Yahou's curator insight, August 7, 2013 9:14 AM

Pinterest et SEO, encore inexploité Pinterest un outil puissant pour les marques et e-commerçants qui permet de se s'affranchir de google.

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Here's how to pin and win for SEO and e-commerce

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Market research has proven that customers feel more connected to a brand when they like the person behind it; to that end, blogs and forums are a great way to convey your own personality. Businesses really benefit from forum conversations, too, which provide valuable insight into customers’ thoughts and experiences.

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Google Changes Net Neutrality Tune in Fiber Spat | E-Commerce Times

Google Changes Net Neutrality Tune in Fiber Spat | E-Commerce Times | Cross border e-Commerce | Scoop.it

The Federal Communications Commission is looking into a complaint that Google Fiber's ban on hosting computer servers on its network violates the FCC's Open Internet Order and Rules.

 

In its response to Douglas McClendon's complaint, Google Fiber told the FCC, among other things, that its policy was fully consistent with the Order and Rules.

 

News of Google Fiber's response has sparked allegations that the company has done an about-face on its previously vociferous support for Net neutrality.

"Google is a strong supporter of the open Internet, and our stance here hasn't changed," company spokesperson Jenna Wandres told the E-Commerce Times.

 

This is a standard practice of network management," she insisted.

 

"What about when a community group ... wants to set up a forum for residents to [discuss] crime prevention and community building and needs a server to do that?" asked Stephanie Chen, energy and telecommunications policy director for the Greenlining Institute. "Technically, that's not a private server, but it's also not a commercial one. Would Google fight that use?"

 

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