E-Commerce/Online Marketing

E-Commerce as a Jobs Engine? One Economist’s Unorthodox View – New York Times

Thursday, July 13, 2017

“To be honest, this was a surprise to me — I did not expect this,” Mr. Mandel told me. Then he added, matter-of-factly, “I’m just looking at the numbers.” Those numbers have helped him shape an optimistic, feel-good thesis about what is happening in our economy that may be worth considering, at least as a thought experiment. After all, the Progressive Policy Institute, a Democratic-leaning think tank, says its mission…

This under-the-radar e-commerce giant is the NBA’s new best friend – Recode

Thursday, July 13, 2017

When the National Basketball Association opened its new flagship store in New York City less than two years ago, it picked a low-profile e-commerce brand called Fanatics to run it. And when the NBA announced a new partner this year to design and sell its player replica jerseys online, Fanatics was the partner it chose. What started as a business inside GSI Commerce has come a long way from its…

Five essentials to help beat your competitors at SEO – Telegraph.co.uk

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Search engine optimisation (SEO) is often regarded by businesses as a low-priority task on a long to-do list, which means that it often simply never gets done. And when getting to the very top of the Google search ranks seems like an impossible feat for even the most successful of businesses, it can be difficult to find the motivation to tackle it. Historically, a bit of time and money spent on…

E-Commerce as a Jobs Engine? One Economist’s Unorthodox View – New York Times

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Mr. Mandel has combed through the job statistics on a county-by-county basis and come to this counterintuitive view: From December 2007 to May 2017, by his count, the e-commerce industry has created 397,000 jobs in the United States, and this compares with the loss of 76,000 jobs in the traditional retail industry. And those jobs related to e-commerce, he says, pay about 30 percent more than the brick-and-mortar ones. Advertisement…

E-Commerce as a Jobs Engine? One Economist’s Unorthodox View – New York Times

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Mr. Mandel has combed through the job statistics on a county-by-county basis and come to this counterintuitive view: From December 2007 to May 2017, by his count, the e-commerce industry has created 397,000 jobs in the United States, and this compares with the loss of 76,000 jobs in the traditional retail industry. And those jobs related to e-commerce, he says, pay about 30 percent more than the brick-and-mortar ones. Advertisement…

E-Commerce as a Jobs Engine? One Economist’s Unorthodox View – New York Times

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Mr. Mandel has combed through the job statistics on a county-by-county basis and come to this counterintuitive view: From December 2007 to May 2017, by his count, the e-commerce industry has created 397,000 jobs in the United States, and this compares with the loss of 76,000 jobs in the traditional retail industry. And those jobs related to e-commerce, he says, pay about 30 percent more than the brick-and-mortar ones. Advertisement…

E-Commerce as a Jobs Engine? One Economist’s Unorthodox View – New York Times

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Mr. Mandel has combed through the job statistics on a county-by-county basis and come to this counterintuitive view: From December 2007 to May 2017, by his count, the e-commerce industry has created 397,000 jobs in the United States, and this compares with the loss of 76,000 jobs in the traditional retail industry. And those jobs related to e-commerce, he says, pay about 30 percent more than the brick-and-mortar ones. Advertisement…

E-Commerce as a Jobs Engine? One Economist’s Unorthodox View – New York Times

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Mr. Mandel has combed through the job statistics on a county-by-county basis and come to this counterintuitive view: From December 2007 to May 2017, by his count, the e-commerce industry has created 397,000 jobs in the United States, and this compares with the loss of 76,000 jobs in the traditional retail industry. And those jobs related to e-commerce, he says, pay about 30 percent more than the brick-and-mortar ones. Advertisement…

E-Commerce as a Jobs Engine? One Economist’s Unorthodox View – New York Times

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Mr. Mandel has combed through the job statistics on a county-by-county basis and come to this counterintuitive view: From December 2007 to May 2017, by his count, the e-commerce industry has created 397,000 jobs in the United States, and this compares with the loss of 76,000 jobs in the traditional retail industry. And those jobs related to e-commerce, he says, pay about 30 percent more than the brick-and-mortar ones. Advertisement…

15 Simple Tips For Improving Local SEO – Forbes

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

1. Insert Keywords Across Multiple Listings  Making your brand visible through a variety of local listings is important to local SEO. Insert your local keywords into unique descriptions across multiple listings, make sure that your photos are current, and always include your business category. Once you compile a list, promote it: Reviews are essential not only to boost rankings but also to encourage viewers to take action.   – Ahmad Kareh, Twistlab Marketing 2….

Domain ranking factors: SEO shortcuts you should not take – SmartBrief

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Today, there are over 3 billion people online, from which around 75% won’t click on the second page of the SERP. Add the fact that approximately 93% of all online experiences begin with a search query and you’ll begin to understand the value of SEO. It happens a lot that people reach out to the black hat SEO tactics in hope that Google won’t catch them breaking the guidelines. It…

E-Commerce as a Jobs Engine? One Economist’s Unorthodox View – New York Times

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Mr. Mandel has combed through the job statistics on a county-by-county basis and come to this counterintuitive view: From December 2007 to May 2017, by his count, the e-commerce industry has created 397,000 jobs in the United States, and this compares with the loss of 76,000 jobs in the traditional retail industry. And those jobs related to e-commerce, he says, pay about 30 percent more than the brick-and-mortar ones. Advertisement…

The 5 Most Common SEO Myths – Entrepreneur – Entrepreneur

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Entrepreneur Network provides you with expertise and opportunities to accelerate your brand’s growth. Learn More » I’ve talked with hundreds of business owners, entrepreneurs and marketing managers prior to launching SEO campaigns for their business. From Fortune 500 brands to local dentists, doctors, plumbers and accountants, I’ve fielded questions from people in many different industries. I’ve been amazed at the common misconceptions that I continuously hear about search engine optimization….

E-Commerce as a Jobs Engine? One Economist’s Unorthodox View – New York Times

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Mr. Mandel has combed through the job statistics on a county-by-county basis and come to this counterintuitive view: From December 2007 to May 2017, by his count, the e-commerce industry has created 397,000 jobs in the United States, and this compares with the loss of 76,000 jobs in the traditional retail industry. And those jobs related to e-commerce, he says, pay about 30 percent more than the brick-and-mortar ones. Advertisement…

9 Trusted SEO Blogs | Practical Ecommerce – Practical Ecommerce

Sunday, July 09, 2017

Search engine optimization is always changing, requiring constant investigation to keep up. One of the best ways to identify new trends, in addition to research and analysis on your own site, is reading the learnings of trusted SEO experts. Adding nine blogs to your daily regiment can be a bit daunting, but you can use a feed reader, such as Feedly or The Old Reader, to corral your content into a…

9 Trusted SEO Blogs – Practical Ecommerce

Sunday, July 09, 2017

Search engine optimization is always changing, requiring constant investigation to keep up. One of the best ways to identify new trends, in addition to research and analysis on your own site, is reading the learnings of trusted SEO experts. Adding nine blogs to your daily regiment can be a bit daunting, but you can use a feed reader, such as Feedly or The Old Reader, to corral your content into a…

3 Masterful SEO Insights That Will Change Your Life – Search Engine Journal

Saturday, July 08, 2017

Pratik Dholakiya ‘); $(‘#scheader .sc-logo’).append(‘ ‘); $(‘#scheader’).append(”); $(‘#scheader .scdetails’).append(‘ ‘+cat_head_params.sponsor+’ ‘); $(‘#scheader .scdetails’).append(cat_head_params.sponsor_text); $(‘#scheader’).append(”); } }); }); Some SEO insights offer incremental improvement. Others can change your life forever. We need both. But today I want to focus on three life-changing insights. As you can probably guess, these aren’t “tactics.” These are fundamental ways of looking at your discipline. You may even have heard some of them before. But if…

How The Changing Technological Landscape Will Impact SEO – Forbes

Saturday, July 08, 2017

Shutterstock The era of link buying, keyword stuffing content and over-optimizing meta tags is over. All previous search engine optimization practices that marked the first decade of the industry’s development were replaced by the rise of content marketing, social media marketing and the switch to mobile search. Today, RankBrain and changing technologies are slowly altering the SEO landscape. Preparing for the future of SEO should rely on producing evergreen content…

Opportunities Abound — Meeting The Needs Of China’s Booming E-Commerce Market – Forbes

Saturday, July 08, 2017

For consumers and businesses around the world, from emerging markets such as Bangladesh to advanced ones such as the United States or Germany, going online to shop is becoming a way of life. That trend will lead to global e-commerce sales more than doubling to nearly $4 trillion by 2020, according to research company eMarketer. What is even more remarkable is the growth in cross-border purchases. With more businesses buying online…

Opportunities Abound — Meeting The Needs Of China’s Booming E-Commerce Market – Forbes

Saturday, July 08, 2017

For consumers and businesses around the world, from emerging markets such as Bangladesh to advanced ones such as the United States or Germany, going online to shop is becoming a way of life. That trend will lead to global e-commerce sales more than doubling to nearly $4 trillion by 2020, according to research company eMarketer. What is even more remarkable is the growth in cross-border purchases. With more businesses buying online…