Helping merchants of any size out prime Amazon Prime is an emerging business. And it stands to reason. The pandemic has sharply accelerated consumer eCommerce
Walmart has Amazon in its crosshairs. Its latest move came with the recent deal with BigCommerce to boost product libraries and become more of a one stop shopping destination.
One notable trend we’re tracking is the consolidation of SMB Amazon sellers. There’s ample long-tail value so larger companies roll them up and apply common standards, marketing, and economies of scale.
Earlier this month the fintech company Affirm posted its fiscal Q2 2021 results that included some signs that the pandemic-induced eCommerce boom may be losing
We’ve been hearing, and not to mention witnessing, a massive shift from offline to online shopping during the pandemic. It’s been a whiplash-inducing experience that
Amazon rarely does anything quietly, even when it wants to. But it managed to do so with last month’s under-the-radar acquisition of SMB eCommerce enabler Selz. We examine.
It’s been a busy year or so for small business eCommerce. As we’ve all heard said repeatedly, the pandemic has forced consumers and small businesses
Back in November, I spoke with Matthew Brennan, author of “The Attention Factory.” The book is, thus far at least, the definitive work on TikTok.
The latest company to meet the moment for eCommerce’s inflection is AirTank. Specializing in a headless approach to SMB eCommerce enablement, we dove into its drivers and dynamics on a recent episode of Localogy Insider.
Last week, my colleague Neal Polachek shared and reflected on a set of 2021 customer experience related predictions from CX guru Shep Hyken. Today we’ll