This Week In Retail Search 9/17/2014

By Tinuiti Team

Retail Search Recap 9/17/2014

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Retail News

TechCrunch: Venture Investors See Wave Of Tech Cash Coming From The East

This week, the IPO of Alibaba is expected to set new records and investors are eagerly looking to the booming Asian marketplace for returns. Currently, Chinese consumers spend billions online with companies like Alibaba and Baidu. Last year, Alibaba hosted a Cyber Monday sale in which consumers spent $5.7 billion in 24 hours.

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Digital Marketing News

Huffington Post: The 5 Most Common Digital Marketing Strategies

While big business has full teams dedicated to digital marketing, building a solid foundation for small and medium sized businesses is critical for long-term online success. The article above explains five commonly used strategies to get started.

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Mobile News

Businessweek: How Apple Can Make Mobile Wallets Actually Work

Following the reveal of the iPhone 6 Apple has laid the groundwork to drive consumers toward mobile payments with their mobile wallet. Akin to existing mobile payments solutions such as Google’s, Apple is focusing on universal compatibility and a simplified user experience.

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Google News

U.S. News: FTC Fines Google $19 million For Kids’ App Misuse

With the growing integration of Google Wallet, Google has streamlined in-app purchases for app develops and consumers alike. However, the FTC has ruled it was a  too easy for children to make unauthorized purchases through their parents’ account. Following Amazon earlier this year, Google has become the second major company fined for how it handles in-app purchases for kids.

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