Retail Search Weekly News Recap
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2014 saw major changes in ecommerce, search and how we find and share information online. 2015 stands to continue that trend, with developing search and shopping news and online selling strategy.
Stay on top of the newest search, Google, Amazon and Ecommerce news with a weekly recap of the major news and strategies stories affecting digital marketers.
Digital Marketing News
When starting a new year, it is a great time to reflect on prior year marketing performance. Learn how to use 3 advanced AdWords features to boost your 2015 results.
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- Search Engine Land: Yahoo Search Back Online After 4+ Hour Outage; Bing Went Down Earlier Friday
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Electronics manufacturer Xiaomi has announced an updated version of its flagship Redmi smartphone, advancing the sub $150 smartphone market.
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- Mashable: Why Lyft Is Trimming Its Pink Mustache
- The Washington Post: For $90 Million, T-Mobile Will Settle FTC Charges That It Slipped Bogus Fees Onto Wireless Bills
The ailing United States Postal Service has been losing revenue as more of our communications move from paper mail to digital. To offset losses from digital communications, the organization is looking to ecommerce to boost income.
Related eCommerce News
- Entrepreneur: From Clicks To Bricks: How Ecommerce Companies Benefit From Physical Stores
- The Economist Times: Amazon India May Start Offering Music, Movie And Video Streaming Services In India
Tech companies have increased their presence in retail centers through the emergence of Apple and Microsoft stores. Verizon is leading development of retail spaces with new store designs this holiday season.
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- VentureBeat: Your Guide To Surviving The Consumer Electronics Show
- Forbes: As Walgreens Cuts Costs, Store Corners May Change
This year, Amazon’s third party sellers, sold over 2 billion items- twice the previous years total. Third party sellers accounted for 40% of Amazon sales in 2014, despite the number of sellers staying the same.
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