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Mobile Menus: Hold the Hamburger?

Whether you call it the “hamburger,” “sandwich,” “hot dog,” “list icon” (or as I like to call it, the “Adidas”), that little 3-bar thing denoting mobile menus are growing in adoption. But we’re ...
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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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The Point of Using Rich Pins

Rich pins are to Pinterest marketing what rich snippets (Schema.org) is to search marketing. Adding metadata to your pinnable content such as pricing, Buy This calls-to-action, descriptions and stock availability gives Pinterest users more information ...
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How Tinder Tackles an M-Commerce Problem

Mobile shopping has exploded in recent years, and online retailers have responded by designing mobile friendly sites and apps. But rather than design these experiences for the mobile context, this often equates to adapting the catalog storefront for the ...
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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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