The transactional nature of online shopping requires merchants to engage continuously and effectively with existing and potential customers. There are two basic challenges: attracting people and making them return repeatedly. The communication tools deployed must bring a fresh persuasive message, with a personalised touch related to the consumer’s behaviour. Here are just some of the tools that can facilitate effective relationships.
It’s the single largest infrastructure ever built in all time. Banned in Egypt and a legal human right in Finland. The number of people using the internet is massive; with over two billion subscribers the internet is huge!
We all use the internet but what for? What do we all actually do with it? Well I know I’ve recently done some research, shopped, made contact with friends, did some business. The fact is we use the internet for almost everything. There are more and more things to use the internet for and there are more people to do it with.
Did you know?
50% of the UK mobile internet traffic is for Facebook.
80% of Companies use social media for recruitment.
YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world.
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Identity Web Design Ltd: Basepoint Business Centre, 70 - 72 The Havens, Ransomes Europark, Ipswich, IP3 9SJ.
Ransomes Europark is situated just off the A14 and A1156 Felixstowe Road, 4 miles to the south east of Ipswich town centre. The centre is a short distance from the new University Campus Suffolk and its road links provide convenient access to the surrounding region and London.
What’s going to be big in 2011?
Ok so VAT is a pain, fuel prices keep on going up, energy cost... ok I could go on forever! We’ll ignore all that for now because we know we’ve got some tasty things coming in 2011!
Mobile computing is changing. Currently, the fog is coming down between tablets and laptops. Asus’ Android Honeycomb Eee Pad Slider (See pic) and Transformer started bluring the lines, followed swiftly by Samsung’s TX100 running Windows 7. Great new devices that will probably start to replace laptops in many homes.
Christmas Cheer for Online Retail
The UK etail market grew by 17 per cent year-on-year to December 2009, higher than the 14 per cent annual growth recorded in December 2008. So what can we expect this year, after 12months of steadying economic climes followed by more budget cuts and the prospect of a double-dip recession?
Internet Explorer 9 hits beta, but will it win users?
Ever since Internet Explorer beat Netscape and turned into the web industry’s least favourite boat anchor, Microsoft has been struggling to turn the tide. IE7 was little more than a statement that it planned to become a contender again, and IE8 was a decent overhaul, but one whose success came firmly from being a Microsoft release rather than because of any intrinsic improvements over its rival Firefox.
Best known for its search engine, Google has developed a range of interesting and useful free tools. Here’s our pick of them!
Google made its name as a search engine but over the years it has also built up a selection of free online tools. The benefits they offer range from a better way to find things online, to full-blown programs that rival expensive commercial software. In this article, we will introduce you to 10 of the best.
Our top 10 tools are all tried and tested versions, but you may find some other Google tools that have the label ‘Labs’ attached to them. This means the tool is still being worked on in Google Labs, which is essentially a trial area for Google to demonstrate new tools it is developing. The idea is that anyone can try them out and leave feedback. Should a tool work well and get enough positive responses, it may eventually make it out of Labs as fully fledged Google tool.