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A look at the future of business-to-business marketing solutions

A look at the future of business-to-business marketing solutions

by on December 21, 2018

2019 is merely weeks away and once again, marketing analysts are attempting to predict what the new year has in store.  All eyes seem to be focused upon business-to-business solutions, as this sector is growing at a breakneck pace. 

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7 ways to make sure your e-commerce site is safe from hackers

7 ways to make sure your e-commerce site is safe from hackers

by on October 28, 2018

Shopping sites are especially susceptible to attempted cyber attacks as they tend to be responsible for vast amounts of customer data that hackers can exploit for financial gain.

Since this is the case, it makes sense for all e-commerce operators to shore up their security measures and minimise the likelihood of a breach occurring. Here are some tips to help you with your defensive efforts.

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Sales KPIs: which ones are the most important for e-commerce?

by on May 10, 2018

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Addison Lee appoint agenda21 Digital to help with UK expansion

Addison Lee appoint agenda21 Digital to help with UK expansion

by on October 7, 2017

agenda21 Digital has been appointed by Addison Lee, the world’s largest managed car company, as its’ lead digital marketing agency to help drive the business’ expansion in the UK.

Effective immediately, agenda21 Digital has become Addison Lee’s retained agency to oversee all aspects of Addison Lee’s digital footprint. Addison Lee is the world’s largest managed car operation, providing a premium service through its’ fleet of 5,000 vehicles.

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B2B Marketers : Improve SEO for your E-commerce … E-GOI

B2B Marketers : Improve SEO for your E-commerce … E-GOI

by on July 1, 2017

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Multichannel Marketing: Email, SMS,Voice, Forms and Social Media

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Poor web performance damages 68 per cent of customer relationships

by on April 11, 2017

New research by digital agency hosting specialist Wirehive has found more than two thirds (68 per cent) of UK consumers feel their opinion of a brand would be negatively affected by website downtime – the period when a website crashes, stopping people from logging on.

The survey of 1,000 UK consumers revealed the inconvenience of bad web hosting will put people off buying from brands in the long-term, as 57 per cent felt they would avoid buying from a brand because of downtime. It also found negative experiences online are common, with 45 per cent reporting they had been shut out of a website they were visiting with the aim to buy something in the week before they were polled. Over half of consumers (55 per cent) reported difficulty in reaching a site to check a product or service out.

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Improve your E-Commerce with Marketing Automation – the E-goi blog

by on March 28, 2017

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How Black Can Friday Get?

by on November 22, 2016

Your Black Friday bargains might be overpriced and non-returnable by Boxing Day, warns e-commerce delivery specialist Fastlane International.

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USA now prime location for UK retailers in global e-commerce, finds research from Global-e

USA now prime location for UK retailers in global e-commerce, finds research from Global-e

by on October 21, 2016

A survey of 250 British retail decision-makers released today by Global-e, the cross-border e-commerce specialist, reveals that the majority (59%) of British retailers consider the US to be the most important retail e-commerce market.

However, less than half (44%) of UK retailers currently sell to shoppers in the US and relatively few have plans to do so in the future. Just 13% of British retailers are currently planning to start selling to shoppers in the US. [more…]

Time Out Group announces new Time Out Market in London

Time Out Group announces new Time Out Market in London

by on October 12, 2016

Time Out Group PLC (AIM: TMO), the global multi-platform media and e-commerce business with food & cultural markets, is pleased to announce that it has signed a conditional lease agreement for a new Time Out Market at 106 Commercial Street in London’s vibrant Shoreditch district. The agreement is subject to planning permission being received on the site.

This will be the first Time Out Market in London, following the success of its flagship market in Lisbon which opened in May 2014, and its newly signed lease in Porto. In the first six months of 2016, the Lisbon market reported strong YoY proforma revenue growth of 106%, record levels of visitors (1.3 million) and has been EBITDA positive in each month of the current financial year. [more…]