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05/19/2017

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The Yottaa Ecommerce Blog

Apparel shoppers want a fast website experience

Apparel eCommerce shoppers expect fast websites.  Which is why 4 of the top 10 fastest retail websites are fashion and apparel retailers.  But recent changes in online shopping behavior will make it harder to deliver that fast website experience.  That’s a key finding from the 2017 Fashion Shopping Focus Report released this month.   How should retailers […]

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This week’s blog uses a Yottaa customer story to address a common question regarding web design and website speed. Which is better – a rich customer experience, or a leaner website that loads faster?   This is the question eBags posed. And the path they chose brought in 10% more orders.  Hear the story straight […]

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According to Fit for Commerce’s annual eCommerce report titled “From Idea to Doorstep”, succeeding in today’s ever-changing digital commerce world requires mastering a complex mix of people, process, and technology innovations that must all work seamlessly together. Online retailers face a myriad of choices — from developing the right strategy to building a high-performing team and […]

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Building a great experience for both desktop and mobile presents an interesting problem. Mobile shoppers tend to have shorter attention spans, and thus need a faster experience relative to desktop shoppers. Yet building a fast site is more challenging on mobile, given the wide variation in network connection, processing power, and screen size. Historically, the […]

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Reports are already touting the success of Amazon’s Prime Day (still in process), forecasting that they will bring in more than $2B in revenue from this 30-hour promotion. Amazon is upstaging even Hallmark in their ability to drive revenue from invented holidays.   But Prime Day hasn’t been without its hiccups.  This morning Internet Retailer […]

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How well are online retailers meeting customer expectations?  Retail Systems Research (RSR) aimed to find out.  This week RSR published their study “eCommerce Performance: What Works, What Doesn’t, and What’s Next?” which evaluates eighty major retail websites on performance (speed) and the quality of their shopper experience.    What did they discover?  Here are a […]

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When Faster eCommerce is not Better eCommerce “We need to go faster!  Dump all extra weight – I don’t care what it is.  We won’t miss it if we’re dead!” You know the movie scene.  Our heroes are being chased, the bad guys are rapidly gaining.  Everything not bolted down gets dumped – luggage, food, […]

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Every new eCommerce report seems required to offer their own forecast on the pending death of brick and mortar stores. So I was surprised by the recent Accenture 2017 Consumer Survey (short registration required) about Generation Z buying behavior. Accenture found that these shoppers actually likes purchasing in stores. In fact, Gen Z shoppers seem […]

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The best eCommerce shopping experiences today aren’t built on one single technology. They can’t be. Customers expect a shopping experience that connects with them. An experience that is easy, personalized, and seamless across all locations and devices, and can be shared with friends and family. And the only way to deliver this is using 3rd […]

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How was your holiday?  For most eCommerce sites, it was fantastic.  Adobe Digital Insights recently reported that retailers pulled in $91.7 billion in holiday sales, a 11% increase over last year.  But not all retailers or eCommerce teams are celebrating.  Most notably, mobile commerce teams have to consider how they read these results.   Smartphones […]

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