Reading Time: < 1 minute We posted an infographic on Black Friday, and one on Cyber Monday… here comes an infographic with some early stats on the successful holiday season. Of course, where you find money you find crooks -and cybercrime is no different this holiday season. With holiday retail sales up this year… and many of those purchases coming by way of mobile device or tablet, Zonealarm has published this inforgraphic with 8 tips to keep online consumers safe.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Last week I spoke with Rob Eroh, who runs the product and engineering teams at Milo. Milo is a local shopping search engine that’s integrated directly to the retailer’s Point of Sale (POS) or Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). This allows Milo to be the most accurate search engine when it comes to identifying items in inventory in your region. Milo’s goal is to have every product on every shelf in every story on the web…
Reading Time: < 1 minute Online shopping is growing year over year… and there’s no slowing down yet. BlueKai has released the following infographic in preparation for this holiday shopping season online. From the infographic: Online commerce has played a bigger role in the holiday shopping season virtually every year since its inception. But as Internet marketing becomes more sophisticated [and consumers become more web-savvy], holiday shopping is undergoing some profound transformations. Below are key trends from the 2010 shopping
Reading Time: < 1 minute We’re behind on customization of our mobile and iPad versions of the new theme on Martech… it’s in the works, though! One thing you will notice is that, based on the categorization of the post, we have different advertisements on the page. We did this by customizing our own dynamic widgets and utilizing iSocket for self-service placement of the ads. There are many more ways to target your audience than the device they’re utilizing, though,
Reading Time: < 1 minute If you haven’t had the chance yet to work with WooThemes, a fantastic theming membership for WordPress themes, you should. They do some amazing work. We had a developer package with them for quite a while before we started building out custom themes from the ground up. WooThemes has released a very clean, comprehensive and simple to use ecommerce integration for WordPress, called WooCommerce: It looks like the great folks at WooThemes are giving away