Linda Bustos

About Linda Bustos

E-Mail: linda.bustos@elasticpath.com

Bio: As Director of Ecommerce Research at Elastic Path, Linda Bustos is the author of the Get Elastic Ecommerce Blog and provides consulting services to some of the most exciting ecommerce companies in the world. Linda has helped Get Elastic land a coveted spot on the AdAge Power 150 and become one of the top 10 marketing blogs in Canada. Get Elastic is also recognized as the #1 Ecommerce Blog according to PostRank and with a daily readership of over 20,000, is the most subscribed ecommerce blog on the ‘Net. Linda’s articles have appeared in Mobile Marketer, CMO Magazine, E-Marketing + Commerce, and Search Marketing Standard, and she has provided expert opinion to Inc Magazine, Entrepreneur, Time, the New York Times and Forbes. She is a frequent speaker at industry events, including Shop.org Merchandising Workshop, XCommerce, Conversion Conference, and Affiliate Management Days. Previously, Linda has been named one of DMNews’ 30 Direct Marketers Under 30 for her contribution to the marketing community through Get Elastic.


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3 Trends Transforming Education Publishing

Digital commerce touches a number of industries beyond online retail, and exciting things are happening in the publishing world, particularly education publishing. As digital invades the classroom, education publishers are looking more and more like tech ...
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How People Buy: The Evolution of Consumer Purchasing [Infographic]

This week’s infographic comes from Hubspot, and timelines how the US consumer has bought, from 1900 to today – the “evolution of consumer purchasing.” How should your digital commerce strategy change to keep pace with the changing ...
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Storytelling Through the Category Page

When you think of storytelling in an online store, what comes to mind? Product page copy? Embedded video? Blogs? Look-books? Certainly not on the utilitarian category page… But I found a fantastic example of storytelling right in the category results ...
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Breaking Bag: Reinventing the Ecommerce Experience

This was Amazon’s home page in 1995. By ’98, it had adopted the “catalog” look: The ubiquitous format for most online shops today, one that few have veered from. The Web has changed since ’98 Clearly the Web has changed ...
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Your 12-Step Landing Page Recovery Program [Infographic]

Today I and a few hundred digital marketing professionals from all over the map converge for Unbounce’s Call to Action Conference ( #CTAConf ) right here in Vancouver. We’re also happy here at Elastic Path to have Unbounce as our new downstairs ...
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