On Wednesday I visited the eCommerce Expo at London Olympia which is the largest gathering of eCommerce suppliers in the UK. I've been to this event a number of times and its interesting to note the changes in the market that are reflected in the exhibitors and speakers.
Google has been making widescale changes to its services, dropping popular but unprofitable products like Google Reader and iGoogle in a drive to focus on revenue and social. Despite its money making potential, Google Checkout is to be retired on the 20th November 2013.
We are pleased to announce the launch of a new eCommerce site for home interiors in the style of the arts and crafts era.
In this second post of our 'one to watch' series I would tip the ASOS Marketplace as a key place for niche fashion retailers to grow online in what could be a difficult 2012 season.
Pinterest is a rapidly growing social network that we predict should be one to watch in 2012. People are starting to use Pinterest to find ideas and inspiration. In short, Pinterest can be used to influence buying decisions. So if your in the right marketplace, you can use Pinterest to promote your products as well as to stay on top of the latest trends. Click the link below to find out how.
The digital world changes quickly, and we've changed with it. We feel that the new name and strong visual identity better reflects our technology skills and the range of services we offer to customers.
Although this is an important milestone for the business, it doesn't change our vision; to create online technology that helps people to become more effective, productive and profitable.