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Optimizing Email Through The Customer Journey [Infographic]

This week’s infographic looks at email marketing optimization, courtesy of Easy SMTP. Click to enlarge infographic Tweetable stats Including an offer in email can double revenue per click Tweet this Vague subject lines reduce email open rates ...
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Pinterest and Ecommerce [Pinfographic]

This week’s infographic (or “Pinfographic”) comes from Wishpond, highlighting how users interact with products on the popular social network. Tweetable Highlights 80% of Pinterest users are women, 50% have children Tweet this Pins ...
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Men vs Women: How They Shop Online [Infographic]

Contextual commerce is all about delivering a more relevant experience based on what you know about a visitor. New vs returning visits, geolocation, past browse and purchase history, device type and referring source are useful pieces of context. And if ...
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The State of Beacons in Retail 2014 [Infographic]

Elastic Path is at Shop.org this week! Come check us out at Booth 739 and ask us about iBeacons, contextual commerce, shopping APIs or any other question about our ecommerce solutions. We’re also giving away a sweet pair of Bose headphones, so please ...
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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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