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Since its launch at the end of 2015, Magento 2 has been praised as a dramatic improvement on Magento 1.x versions (with significant changes in terms of usability, performance and functionality).
It has also been questioned for its premature release and lack of stability in core areas (such as checkout, product import payments etc). More recent feedback has been far more positive (especially on the last two releases), however lots of merchants are still struggling with the decision on whether to stick with Magento and, if so, when to migrate.
There is no one thing that defines an effective leader.
What my previous blog argued was that they were first and foremost people who worked out that their job wasn’t to know the answer but to know how to get to the answer.
Amazon’s culture lends itself to innovation, but its rapid development and deployment of the Amazon Echo is in a league of its own.
Opening with the original Amazon Echo in June 2015, the Seattle-based company released the Echo Dot in September 2016, the Echo Look just two weeks ago, and this week the newest member of the family; the Echo Show.
Amazon has been using algorithms to try to sell you extra stuff for years.
But the technology to personalise merchandising, much further than recommendations, is advancing rapidly across ecommerce.
Ecommerce generated £88bn in the UK economy in 2015 alone. Amazon and its friends are raking it in online.
But one industry isn’t seeing a big enough slice of that - the charity sector.
2017 may be a year of finding out what the true impact is of Brexit for ecommerce companies.
But I believe for those that take action it may separate the wheat from the chaff, producing some winning businesses.
Every writer knows that when the well of ideas runs dry, co-opting your own life story is perfectly acceptable.
So, as the new owner of a Nespresso machine, I thought I'd test out the coffee pod subscription ecommerce journey.
Here are some improvements the coffee giant could make.
Conde Nast’s new ecommerce business, Style.com, launched in the UK at the beginning of this month.
Formerly a fashion news and editorial website for Vogue, it has now morphed into a shiny new luxury shopping destination.
The stats this week are devastating (in a good way).
Tons of goodness about ecommerce KPIs, 'marketing moments', financial services, good old TV, and more.
It’s no secret that the UK has become a smartphone society, with over 80% of UK adults now owning a device.
Along with the growth of wearables and tablets, this means that consumers have access to a wide array of gadgets to get online wherever and whenever they want.
Colour plays an important part in web design and ecommerce.
From little UX quirks and best practice, to stylish branding and aesthetics, I've rounded up 23 uses for colour in ecommerce.
The month of June brought a wide variety of studies and reports into marketing and ecommerce in APAC.
Topics include media habits during Ramadhan, B2B sales tactics across APAC, video ad duration vs. popularity, Indian app security, proximity payments in China, and internet addiction in Singapore.
When you're finished reading, subscribers should check out the Econsultancy Internet Statistics Compendium for more insight.