Deputy Editor, Blog
Rebecca is an internet aficionado, technology enthusiast, and an ardent fact-checker. Her favourite topics to sound off on include voice search, SEO, emerging technology, digital transformation, UX, and ridiculously overhyped marketing trends.
Away from the blog, she can mostly be found on Twitter.
You might have heard of Rappi, a rapidly-growing Colombian on-demand delivery startup and last mile ecommerce platform that has been called the “Latin American super app“. Like many super apps, Rappi has a payments arm: RappiPay, originally launched as a peer-to-peer payments platform and electronic wallet service in 2018 (Portuguese-language source). It has since rolled […]
Even though shopping on TikTok is still in the testing stages, we can learn a great deal about what the future of ecommerce on the platform might look like – by turning to Douyin, TikTok’s sibling app in China.
In the west, virtual influencers – digitally-generated characters who exist only online, though their followings and fanbase are very real – still have the aura of something that is niche and futuristic. But in China, virtual Key Opinion Leaders (or KOLs) are an increasingly popular way of connecting with audiences, particularly young audiences. Brands can […]
In this article, I’ll take a look at eBay in 2021: its size, the markets where it is popular, and what types of products sell best on the platform. I’ll also look at eBay’s offerings for businesses and how brands can benefit from a presence on the site, as well as tips for how to optimise that presence, drawing on material from Econsultancy’s recently-published Third-Party Marketplaces Best Practice Guide.
The rapid digitisation brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic has forced a sea change in how sales, and particularly B2B sales, are conducted. Once a discipline that revolved around face-to-face meetings, trade shows and personal connections, sales teams during Covid-19 have needed to adapt to a new world of online touchpoints and virtual meetings – […]
What will it take to make a subscription-based business model work in travel?
Earlier this month, global cosmetics brand Lush unveiled a “fresh new look” for its UK website and app, stating that “Following a year of online shopping and rising ecommerce”, the relaunch sets out to enable customers to “shop with ease” on Lush’s ecommerce channels.