Posts tagged with Suppliers

Display retargeting tags are present on more than half of top websites

Display retargeting tags are present on 52% of the top 2,000 UK websites and 48% of the top US websites. 

This statistic comes from the first edition of Econsultancy’s Display Retargeting Buyer’s Guide which has just been published.

The guide highlights the latest trends in an industry driven by great conversion results, but sometimes marred by consumer negativity and held back by changing cookie policies.

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Q&A: James Gurd on running a successful e-commerce ITT

How to Run a Successful E-commerce ITTE-commerce consultant James Gurd is the author of Econsultancy's new report entitled How to Run a Successful E-commerce ITT which is aimed at e-commerce managers. The report, which will also interest vendors and agencies, goes into great detail about the whole Invitation to Tender process. Here, he answers some questions about the report and what drove him to write it.   

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New Ad Serving Buyer’s Guide released

Ad Serving Buyer's GuideEconsultancy has this month published an updated version of the Ad Serving Buyer’s Guide, containing detailed information about the trends and issues affecting the online advertising sector as well as useful advice for those seeking a suitable ad serving supplier.

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Five more suppliers you should avoid like the plague

Client-supplier relationships are a two way street. That means there are clients that should be avoided like the plague, and there are suppliers that should be avoided like the plague.

Following my post on clients to avoid, Matt Curry, an Econsultancy guest blogger, came back with a list of five suppliers that should be avoided, with a focus on agencies and firms.

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Six questions to expose fly by night SEO suppliers

Look on any marketing or web design company’s website and the chances are they’ll claim they do SEO. While some may do great work, some are just chancers.

Even amongst the specialist agencies, some businesses are much more effective at what they do than others. But how can you tell the difference between the well-qualified and snake oil merchants?

A few well placed questions should do the trick:

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