Understanding Mobile Context: At Home, On the Go and In-store

Optimizing your mobile experience requires an understanding of mobile’s role in the purchase journey. Device detection only determines the experience format (e.g. responsive design), but it’s the context that best determines the content, offers ...

Applying Cultural Context to Cart Abandonment

Earlier this year, a study by ComScore commissioned by UPS surveyed global online shoppers about their cart abandonment habits. Aggregate data hides insights, while segmented data reveals them. How can ecommerce marketers apply this data to contextual ...

The Pitfalls of Standalone Personalization Strategy

According to research by Econsultancy and RedEye, upwards of 50% of marketers’ personalization strategies are “standalone,” using only on-site data to target content and offers, as opposed to being integrated with data from other digital ...

Buyable Pins and the Future of Ecommerce

The social commerce buzz this week? Pinterest has announced that Buyable Pins are coming later this month, launching with select retailers. Unlike Twitter and Facebook’s respective Buy Buttons, pinners will be able to purchase without leaving Pinterest ...

Why the Ecommerce Catalog Must Die

Why do the majority of ecommerce storefronts look and function the way they do? They’re based off the catalog metaphor — digital versions of the paper catalog, and for good reason — it was the catalog that taught consumers to shop sight-unseen, ...
© 2015 Get Elastic Ecommerce Blog. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy. Site Admin · Entries RSS
The opinions expressed here are of the individuals and do not necessarily reflect the views of Elastic Path.