If you are running an e-commerce company, you know how fast things move. It’s too easy to get distracted by short-term tasks and lose sight of the big picture. That’s why tracking a few key success metrics is so important. This article describes 5 of the top success metrics you need to track and explains […]
With all the new payment methods introduced to the market lately, it can be hard to keep track, let alone understand how each one affects your business. Products like Apple Pay, Google Wallet, PayPal Credit, Affirm, Prosper, Lending Club, and Venmo each have different use cases and advantages. Do you understand the differences between them?
You thought EMV was supposed to help eliminate fraud, right? While it will reduce card-present fraud, there is a high likelihood that card-not-present (i.e. e-commerce) fraud will increase now that EMV has been implemented in the U.S.
As a savvy e-commerce pro, you know that optimizing your site — that is, tweaking and testing its design and functionality to better meet the expectations of your customers — improves the user experience, increases conversion rates and average order values, and ultimately drives revenue growth. So why aren’t more e-commerce companies optimizing?
Now that Cyber Monday is over, online retailers must begin thinking about how to achieve their year-end goals.
Millennials, those born between the years 1981 and 1997, are made up of technologically savvy, yet often financially cautious, folks. At 25%, they currently form the single largest generational cohort in the U.S. and account for$170 billion in purchases each year, making them one of the most powerful buying groups in today’s consumer market.