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Page speed can either make or break the user experience. Waiting for a website to load is no different than standing in line. Slow page load time dramatically increases the website bounce rate – a 4-second delay in page response results in a 25% abandonment rate. This article outlines the three ways to improve page speed optimization.
Architecture matters, now more than ever, and the winners in the online battle are going to be the ones who have a platform that scales to meet demand, costs less to operate, and is flexible and adaptable to the future.
The post 5 reasons CMOs should care about their commerce architecture appeared first on Get Elastic Ecommerce Blog.
Amazon is dominating ecommerce by transforming the final mile – both physically and virtually. This article outlines four tips on how businesses can compete.
The post The Final-Mile and its factors for ecommerce success or failure appeared first on Get Elastic Ecommerce Blog.
Big brands such as Coca Cola and H&M are using influencer marketing to boost their sales, engagement and overall brand promotions through influencers. Here are four ways you can too.
The post 4 ways to create influencer marketing that really works appeared first on Get Elastic Ecommerce Blog.
A weekly roundup or recap on commerce-focused topics and issues. This week's edition is from a Q&A session with retail tech newcomer, AWM Smart Shelf.
This article lays out why a mobile commerce app is beneficial for your business and how to build an m-commerce design to attract users.
The post Mobile commerce app development: why it’s beneficial and how to attract users appeared first on Get Elastic Ecommerce Blog.
Ill-fitting clothes are not just an emotional hurdle for consumers, it’s also a $300 billion-dollar problem for apparel companies. Massively impacting revenue, sustainability and operations. While 3D body scanning isn’t revolutionary, it has been a long allure in apparel and retail.
The post How machine learning can solve a $300 billion-dollar problem for apparel companies appeared first on Get Elastic Ecommerce Blog.
The future of voice recognition is looking bright. Given its current usage both in the home and on the move, it seems as though this technology will only get bigger over the next few years.
While it’s true ecommerce giants, like Amazon hold a big portion of the industry, there are still gaps in service and products that need to be filled. More importantly, there’s a lot we can learn from studying these ecommerce giants. Here are seven tips in the fight against Amazon.
With microservices, development experiments are not dependent on modifications to both the frontend and backend code, and therefore less risky. This gives developers more experimental freedom to try new development methodologies and easily conduct A/B testing.