About Armando Roggio

E-Mail: armando@practicalecommerce.com

Bio: Armando Roggio brings 13 years of Internet and marketing experience to the Get Elastic Blog as a contributing author. In addition, Armando is the Contributing Editor for Practical Ecommerce and Site Director for Ecommerce Developer while serving as a consultant for ecommerce, social media, recycling, agriculture and semiconductor companies in the United States, Europe and China. He has previously held positions as Marketing Communications Strategy Manager for Micron Technology and Regional Manager for the Hearst Corporation. Armando is also a retailer himself for Cowboy Toys & More, All Amercian Mercantile Co. and more. Checkout his personal site at aeroggio.com.


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Five Bold Predictions About Mobile Ecommerce Development

The way that consumers access the Internet and shop online is changing. Desktop computers, laptops, mobile Internet devices, and mobile phones are converging into a larger category of Internet enabled devices. Millions of new users and new shoppers come ...

SEO Mythbusters: Are JavaScript Menus an SEO No-No?

JavaScript enabled, dynamic menus allow you to pack a lot of information in a tight space and make it easier for shoppers to find what their looking for. But for years, SEO professionals have advised against using JavaScript menus, warning that search ...

The Pros and Cons of One-Page Checkout

Shopping cart abandonment is an epidemic in online retailing, with some companies reporting that more than 60% of checkouts end without a conversion. Preventing even a relatively small percentage of these abandoned carts would significantly improve revenues ...

The Classic Case for Event Delegation

Event delegation in JavaScript is the concept of using a single event listener to manage all of the mouse and keyboard events on a given page thus improving performance. Often web developers will assign an event listener to each element that is associated ...
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