January 2016 is entering the history books. See what we've been up to and enjoy these other items from across the Web you might have missed.
In 2015 we covered the tips and tools you need to bring your business to the next level. Below, find our most popular posts of the year, important digital publications you might have missed and our contributions to the subscription commerce conversation across the internet in our 2015 year in review.
This month, we covered the basics of online payment processing, the value of professional networking, and how to optimize your site for customer trust. We feasted on Ecommerce Eye Candy of all flavors, from the world's largest trade expo to atomic-proof data centers. Now that we've gobbled turkey and stuffing, let's take a look at what made the news this month in our November Ecommerce Digest.
The shorter days and colder temperatures can mean only one thing: welcome to the fourth quarter. For our October Ecommerce Digest we take a closer look at the expected growth for online holiday sales, optimizing your landing pages for the holiday rush, as well as the recent news that touches all online retailers: the proliferation of ad blocking software.
For the September Ecommerce Digest, we're digging into localization, Klarna's debut in the U.S., the role of shopping carts in subscription commerce, the challenges of omnichannel shopping, and the impact of chip-and-PIN cards on ecommerce fraud prevention.
Our Ecommerce Digest dips its toe into the problem of monetizing the Internet of Things, looks into new ways of facilitating mobile purchases, considers the growing use of video advertisements in search engine marketing, and thinks about the capabilities channel partners have in either enhancing or damaging a company's brand.
For this month's Ecommerce Digest, we're discussing whether merchants should use Amazon as a channel partner, the psychological effects of subscription billing, and the infamous Chicago cloud tax.
For our Ecommerce Digest series, we're showcasing content that centers around using keyword research for optimizing search results, planning editorial calendars as part of an effective content strategy, considerations for taking your ecommerce global, and understanding why it is that the sales and development teams sometimes appear to be on different wavelengths.
For our Ecommerce Digest this month, we're discussing the amount and variety of customer touchpoints, the implication of a Google buy button, how to optimize subject lines in email marketing, how to present choices to your customers, and the difficulty of expanding into the Chinese ecommerce market.
For our April Ecommerce Digest, we want to highlight some great articles and stories about the influential players in the global ecommerce market, the challenges of recurring billing, the difficulties involved in product adoption, and the growth of B2B ecommerce market.