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eCommerce Infographic: Fashion Growth

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As New York Fashion Week comes to an end, and Toronto is gearing up for Toronto Fashion Week it seemed only appropriate to create an eCommerce Fashion Infographic. This infographic looks at how the fashion industry is growing significantly online. Check out the infographic below to learn more about eCommerce…

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Using Site Search Data to Perfect Product Development

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You’ve just come out of an important meeting. Your company is looking to expand and your boss has assigned you and your team the task of generating ideas for a new product to introduce. Filled with excitement, you want to launch something your audience will be receptive to – so you start some initial research. But where do you begin? In this post, we’ll talk about how you can use site search data to improve your product development process and produce products people love.

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eCommerce Infographic: The 80/20 Rule

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The 80/20 Rule, originally coined the Pareto Principle, is the idea that for most events, 80% of the results stem from 20% of the effort. It was developed when its creator, Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, noticed that 80% of the land in Italy was owned by 20% of the population at the time. Since then, the concept has been applied to areas like business (80% of sales come from 20% of customers) and health (eat healthy 80% of the time, indulge 20%.)

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Acquiring vs. Keeping Visitors: Spending Smarter with your Marketing Budget

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Most marketing budgets are spread over a variety of channels such as SEO optimization, Google AdWords, web advertising, social media advertising, and a host of other acquisition techniques. But, one area that often goes overlooked is enhancing the shopping experience through improving site search and navigation functionality. Why spend time and resources on acquisition alone, when your site search and navigation doesn’t allow your potential customers to find the products they’re looking for?

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