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Just four years from its beta launch in 2010, Pinterest has 2.5 million page views per month, making it the fastest growing social platform today.
But its popularity is not the only draw â€“ Pinterest is more successful than Twitter and Facebook at turning followers into consumers. Here is a quick roadmap for adopting (or improving) your Pinterest eCommerce strategy.
Introducing #CoolToolTuesday: on the first Tuesday of every month, a staff member here at Ripen will share one of his or her favorite online resources. Our first contribution comes from Dave Rekuc, the head of our marketing department…
No one can deny that the invention of the internet has had an all-encompassing effect on our day to day lives – from the way we interact in our social lives to how we put together our professional image, to how we research topics and share information. It therefore follows that the internet has had […]
Is your site ready for the busiest season in online sales? Make the most of the holiday rush with our 6-part checklist for eCommerce business owners:
Even though the technology is thirty years in the running, 3D printing is only now being distributed on a wider, more affordable scale. As they are being developed across the world, cheaper constructions using different materials are being created. What will be the effect of personal 3D printing on traditional eCommerce?
“Think outside the box.”
You’ve heard it a million times. When everyone in the field is zigging, zagging can help you stand out in an oversaturated one-size-fits-all market. The Mini Cooper’s “big” debut during a time of ever-expanding SUV cabins is a memorable example.
But even reactionary stances like these pale in comparison to truly creative approaches.
Sometimes the right answer isn’t inside or outside the box.
Sometimes the box just doesn’t matter.
Although infographics are abundant and a great piece of viral media, they need to be done correctly in order to be relevant and useful. Here’s our advice when assembling one of these info-art masterpieces.
Active on about 90% of searches, Hummingbird is the name of the biggest update to Google since 2010â€™s Caffeine, which adapted search to rapidly updated information and allowed for faster responses in general. What we know so far is that Hummingbird will let Google handle longer queries more deftly and be better able to process searches in question form (in addition to keyword queries).
It is a power move for a company to have enough faith in its ad that they donâ€™t need to push the product or a recognizable brand name. And as we are in an age of increasingly brilliant ads, it’s important to stop and take a look at the best specimens. Here are four examples minimal advertising in their prime…
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Mashable recenty posted an infographic from VocusÂ that highlights the increased number of transactions occurring on Facebook and debates whether the platform is dominantly used as a water cooler or a marketplace.Â It concludedÂ 50% of online sales will occur via social media by 2015. The reason for its success, as many consumers and eCommerce business owners […]