One of the first and most important things for a business, whatever its size, is to have an online presence. This is not only a website but everything that comes with it.
In a world where most people are short of spare time, online shopping is convenient. You have most stores at your fingertips, meaning that you can make your purchases from the comfort of your own home, and have everything delivered to your door.
Before you launch a start-up company, rebrand, or order marketing materials from sites like Helloprint, it’s essential to choose a creative business name.
Hotel search tool trivago.co.uk has analysed searches made on our iPhone and Android mobile apps over the past 12 months to identify key differences in search and travel preferences.
Mobile marketing is becoming more and more important now that so many of us have mobile phones and use them so often. We're glued to these devices so its no wonder it's become such a cost-effective way to generate leads.
Over three quarters (79%) of Brits believe that there are so many options for shopping around to find the best deal that they feel bewildered and don’t always know who to trust, with 65% pinning this distrust on the overwhelming volume of price comparison sites.
A business survives because there are customers who support it. Without customers, there clearly can be no business and it’s no wonder that, as a result, customer service is considered the lifeblood of any organization.
UK insurers are failing to deliver multichannel customer service to customers and prospects, answering just 40% of routine questions asked via the web, email and Twitter.
Electronic commerce has changed the way that many people shop. At the click of a button, you can order anything from a new pair of jeans to a brand new car. According to a survey conducted by global design consultants, Continuum, convenience is the top reason for shoppers to purchase products online.
Giles English, Co-Founder of Bremont Watch Company, provides seven top tips for niche businesses looking for global market success.
Ecommerce in the business world is now very much the “in” trend and truthfully that doesn’t look set to change anytime soon, in fact, Ecommerce is going from strength to strength, benefitting businesses all over the globe.
Over half of UK adults (54%) now do some or all of their food shopping online, according to research carried out on behalf of thinkmoney. Most (48%) combine online orders with trips to stores, but 6% say that they only shop for groceries online.
Amazon has announced that Sunday deliveries have grown by more than four times in the last year as more customers across the UK discover the benefits of receiving orders seven days a week.
SilverRail Technologies, the innovation leader in passenger rail search and booking technologies, today announced the acquisition of Linkon, the rail technology company powering the Swedish rail market with solutions ranging from inventory hosting through to mobile ticketing.
Online sales of Non-Food products in the UK grew 7.0% in December versus a year earlier. In December 2013, online sales rose by 19.2% over the previous year.
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