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Transforming the Digital Experience for Luxury Brands

The digital world uses plenty of metaphors. For example, your computer’s “desktop,” “dock,” “windows” and “tabs,” or your iPhone’s “lightning connector.” The “online catalog” ...
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Pinterest API and Ecommerce: Will It Be A Flash in the Pin?

Pinterest’s public API launch made waves last week, with 20 partners including ecommerce brands Zappos, Wal-mart, ModCloth, Target and Wayfair on board. The novelty is newsworthy — but will interest in Pinterest wane, or is there real business ...
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Less Than 25% Of Companies Succeed At Digital Experience Delivery [Forrester]

When it comes to developing mobile apps, creating products for new devices, and unifying the customer experience cross-channel, less than one quarter of companies report they “always succeed,” while more than 60 percent “often or sometimes fail” ...
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Responsive Design vs. Native Monetization

Responsive design is becoming a necessity for ecommerce sites and content publishers that want to make the Web experience available, consistent and usable across devices. But when content is your product, you may not survive on responsive alone. In today’s ...
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Google Reader Dying, But RSS Lives on For Ecommerce

Google Reader has one foot in the grave, and some believe this signals the death of RSS. But does this mean the end of RSS for ecommerce? If you aren’t familiar with RSS, this video explains it “in plain English.” Essentially, RSS is a way ...
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