B2B customer survey incentive

I am working on some new products for my SAAS company and as part of this I am looking to reach out to the ecommerce community for some insight to confirm the research. The big question is what would you as the ecommerce community want as an incentive (if any) to tell me what you think? Disclaimer: I work for a SAAS logistics provider in the UK. Original link
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How Post-purchase Holiday Emails Can Drive Sales

When it comes to online shopping, the holiday season reigns supreme. Between Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and general Christmas shopping, more people are going online to buy gifts for their friends and family. In fact, last holiday season, online shopping generated a record-setting $108.2 billion in revenue —almost a 15% increase from the 2016 holiday season. Image source Due to the overwhelming popularity of online shopping, you’d think running an eCommerce site was pretty easy, right? After all, nobody wants to deal with crowded malls and holiday traffic when they can order from the comfort of their own home. But as the store owner, your job extends beyond helping the customer during their shopping journey. A large portion of your work should be spent not just attracting new customers, but also creating marketing and engagement campaigns that strengthen relationships with existing ones. And one of the best ways to boost...
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PayU extends cooperation with Google Pay

Online retailers that use the services of PayU can now offer Google Pay in their ecommerce websites and mobile apps. Two years ago, the Polish payment service provider was also chosen as a partner for Google to introduce its payment method Google Pay to Poland. In November 2016, Google launched its own payment system, then called Android Pay, in Poland . That was quite surprising, as the Eastern European country was only the second market in Europe where consumers could use this payment method to make mobile contactless payments. Active in six European markets Now, online retailers that cooperate with PayU in Europe can now offer Google Pay as a payment method in their online stores or mobile applications.  In Europe, PayU has local operations in Russia, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Turkey. No need to create accounts on every website “Thanks to Google Pay, users in Poland...
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Had 244 website visits but no sales

Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts Posted by 4 comments 43% Upvoted What are your thoughts? Log in or Sign up log in sign up Sort by Community Details r/ecommerce Rules Do not link to sites or blogs within your post Do not post promotional content Be polite and helpful Disclose your affiliation (if applicable) Do not post your store for sale Original link
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Maybe stupid question but..

Say I wanted to start a neon sign drop shipping website but a lot of the signs I would sell cost the same on Amazon, would customers still buy assuming they didn't check the price on other websites? Thanks Original link
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Need: Some advice on choosing ecommerce solution.

Looking to start a small business selling digital content. Looking for a recommendations for a solution that allows for digital storage (10GB or so), tiered content (starter, intermediate, expert), subscriptions, ability for people to upgrade/downgrade subscriptions and recurring monthly payments (preferably Stripe AND Paypal, unless you have reasoning to go another direction). Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you. Original link
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Trump To End Chinese E-Packet Delivery

For anyone interested in design and implementation of ecommerce sites. Ask your questions on selling tips, marketing, seo, products, checkout, conversions, etc. We offer helpful and honest discussion to help you sell more online. RULES - This is a self-post only sub. 1 - Please do not link to sites or blogs within your post content. Linking to your site for review or for examples of specific issues is allowed and encouraged. Other than sites for review or specific issue examples, please post any other links in the comments section. 2 - Do not post promotional content here as it will be reported as spam and removed. Occasionally we will have a sticky post for just such submissions. 3 - Be polite to each other. When reviewing a site for a user, please be civil and constructive. Do not attack, harass, or stalk other users. Violation of this rule will...
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.shop extension trustworthy in 2018?

So the .com of my desired domain name (for a webshop) was taken, and using .shop would actually flow well with my domain name and it would keep it shorter and perhaps more memorable than the alternatives that I have. What's your opinion on a .shop extension's trustworthiness? Are there any successful .shop websites that you know of? Has there been any research on the subject? Original link
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The End of Ownership

By Des Cahill,  Head CX Evangelist, Oracle When I was a kid, there were three channels on TV. You had to be home in your living room to watch your favorite shows at the exact time when they were broadcast. Now? I can binge on Westworld, The Walking Dead, or Leave it to Beaver, whenever and wherever I want. There are hundreds of satellite and cable options like Hulu, Netflix, AppleTV and Amazon Prime offering something for everyone. NBA Channel, heck yeah! This explosion of choice is happening in practically every category and industry. Where once there was a narrow selection of vendors offering a limited range of products, we now have a seemingly endless selection of offerings with a vast range of consumption options. Buyers have embraced this cornucopia of choice with a healthy appetite to trial, test, and experiment. Brand loyalty is increasingly fragile and fleeting as buyers...
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JD.com’s green initiative for sustainable consumption

JD.com, China’s largest retailer, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and The China Children and Teenagers’ Fund (CCTF) are partnering to launch a second annual Green Planet-Sustainable Week, raising awareness about sustainable consumption in the world’s most populous nation. The seven-day program, which kicked off this week, will reinforce JD’s commitment to help the retail industry develop more sustainably, reducing the impact of China’s booming consumption on the environment. For the event, JD will promote pollution reduction through the use of reusable shopping bags, created from the fabric of discarded apparel in response to a call from WWF to reduce pollution caused by plastics. The bags, which are also regularly used in JD operations, will be distributed free during the event and include RFID Chips that can be scanned as coupons in offline stores through JD’s partners. JD’s Green Planet-Sustainable Week also kicks off a new clothing drive for the company’s recycling program. Taking advantage...
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