You might be surprised to learn that WordPress has changed hands over the years. Here’s what we can learn from WordPress acquisitions.
The technology landscape is always changing. These are the top technologies changing eCommerce in 2020.
Here at CreativeMinds we like to think we’ve got our finger on the pulse of the eCommerce community, and that includes knowing what’s what when it comes to the latest news and trends around the world.
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The online arena for Ecommerce is an endlessly shifting space, with new trends and technologies changing the game every day.
But one thing that’s constant is how Ecommerce revenue grows year over year. In fact, by the end of 2019 it’s expected that Ecommerce retail sales will total over a record $3.4 trillion. By the end of 2020, projections show that number will rise above $3.9 trillion.
The on-site search performance of a website can make or break a visiting user’s experience.
Yet for some unfortunate reason, this critical aspect of website navigation is often under-invested in, or just plain ignored completely.
We’re in an age of big data and deep analytics, where it’s well understood that businesses are only as good as the information they’re operating on.
The same is true of Ecommerce webstores, and to that end, a myriad of services have emerged over the years to inform and support Ecommerce efforts. Google Analytics is perhaps the most popular of these, but for many webstores, it isn’t necessarily the most effective. Moreover, in the cutthroat competitive world of online selling, using anything but the best tools can lead to costly handicaps.