I was raised in the UK, so it’s perhaps not surprising that I used to feel that any currency without a picture of the Queen on it was not real money.
Now having lived in the Eurozone and America, I have liberalised, but I seriously question whether our customers need a currency like Bitcoin.
Google Glass, if you haven’t heard much about it yet, is a wearable computer that looks like a pair of futuristic sunglasses.
You can use it like your smartphone to get directions, check flight information or any other task that you might ask a computer to do.
While some hail it as being the device of the future, I wonder what the purpose of it is, and whether it is a good new opportunity for ecommerce.
As the CEO of an ecommerce business with over 2,000 shops on Facebook, I have a unique perspective on Facebook selling.
After two years of testing, my company sees fewer sales from our global Facebook presence than from orders originating in New Zealand, where we don’t have a marketing or sales presence, or a country-specific website.
Quite frankly, Facebook has been underwhelming for sales generation.