8 Steps to a Successful Social Commerce Strategy

Before we dive into what success looks like for Social Commerce, let’s define what Social Commerce is. Social Commerce is a set of marketing strategies, tools and programs that work together to monetize a social media following. A successful social commerce program doesn’t work the same for everyone right out of the box. It has to be customized to match Read more…

Push Your eCommerce Company Into Rapid Growth
by Erin Duff | April 9, 2015 | eCommerce, Social Media, Social Media Marketing, Startups | 0 comments

Whether you’re a mid size retailer or manufacturer just starting out in the world of eCommerce, your goal is to grow your business rapidly and get new customers before your competitors do.  Traditional marketing is no longer effective with today’s social and mobile customer base. Augmenting your eCommerce business with Social Commerce is the surefire way to acquire new customers, Read more…

Live Streaming Video Apps – Could They Help You Build Brand Authenticity?
by Erin Duff | March 28, 2015 | Customer Engagement, Customer Loyalty, eCommerce, Social Commerce, Twitter, Visual Commerce | 2 comments

On March 1st Tech Crunch called it with the headline; “Meerkat Is The Livestreaming App Twitter Should Have Built”. Yesterday, March 26 Twitter listened to that critique by releasing Periscope, an app very similar to Meerkat that lets you live-stream video of your life from your smartphone to anyone in the world. Like Meerkat it connects directly to your Twitter Read more…

6 Surprising Ecommerce Statistics
by Erin Duff | March 13, 2015 | eCommerce, Social Commerce, Social Media, Social Media Marketing, Uncategorized | 1 comments

Here are 6 surprising  ecommerce statistics marketers, brands, and manufacturers might want to consider when you’re crafting their next marketing strategy. Mobile Search Converts 78% of mobile searches for local business information results in a purchase. (courtesy of Search Engine Land) Logically this makes sense, searching locally could indicated a readiness to buy that is not as present in general Read more…