Monthly Archives: October 2010

Recently a fellow online marketer mentioned that the ecommerce community is “burnt out” on Social Media.   We’ve seen the webinars and read the books.  We tweet, we post, we have a Facebook page to read messages (from our Moms) and some of us even play Farmville (although few will admit to buying a virtual [...]

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On Wednesday, Shop.org hosted a webinar featuring specific, actionable tips you can immediately implement to improve your SEO, mobile marketing initiatives, and paid search efforts. Most importantly these tips promised to help you make money now! Shop.org and NRF members got to hear from a handful of the best speakers from the highly-rated Shop.org 2010 [...]

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One of our biggest requests since I joined the Shop.org team in 2008 has been to allow attendees to view recordings (not just the slides) of the sessions they missed at the Annual Summit. We understand that attendees can’t be in four tracks at once and even that some sessions are so dense with information [...]

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More than 3,500 people attending the Shop.org 2010 Annual Summit. Many of you applauded the sessions and speakers at the event and have asked us for more on two specific areas of content – tactical, practical tips and anything and everything mobile. We’ve been listening and have two outstanding webinars lined up for Shop.org members [...]

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Impending Halloween celebrations notwithstanding, retailers and consumers are already focusing on the holiday season ahead. Today we’re releasing the results of the 2010 eHoliday pre-holiday retailer and consumer surveys, conducted in partnership with BIGresearch (Shop.org members can download the results here). As usual, it is chock full of insights into retailer expectations for the season, what [...]

Posted in: @Shop.org | Holidays | Marketing | Social Media