Alan Kent from Google revealed a video on search engine optimisation ideas for e-commerce websites, this consists of 8 ideas. You possibly can watch the video embedded beneath or simply learn my abstract of these ideas. Be sure your web page titles together with the model title, colour and sort of product is vital to have in your title. And ensure so as to add structured knowledge to your product web page. Additionally take into consideration your out of inventory merchandise.
As Pinterest sets its eyes on improving the online shopping experience on its platform, the company announced this afternoon it's acquiring the AI-powered shopping service for fashion known as The Yes, founded by e-commerce veteran and former Stitch Fix COO Julie Bornstein and technical co-founder, Amit Aggarwal. Deal terms were not disclosed, but the acquisition will help to establish a new strategic organization within Pinterest to help drive the company's shopping efforts, including the development of features for both shoppers and retailers, the company says. The Yes arrives at a time when Pinterest is attempting to navigate a shift in how people shop online. While users once relied on Pinterest's pinboard of images to find inspiration, today, they're more drawn to creator content, video and highly personalized feeds. The Yes may be able to help with the latter, given the technology it runs under the hood.
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In this weekly series, CNBC takes a look at companies that made the inaugural Disruptor 50 list, 10 years later. Disruptive companies have shaped the ever-growing consumer packaged goods industry in recent years, from the rise in plant-based products from companies like Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods to an increased focus on personal care products from CNBC Disruptor 50 companies like Beautycounter and Dollar Shave Club. Consumer behaviors, demands, and expectations have started to flip the industry as well, with shoppers willing to go well beyond a grocery store shelf to find a product they want to buy. The viability of businesses built around direct-to-consumer, e-commerce, and social media has only further accelerated that. In fact, the top 20 consumer packaged goods companies are estimated to grow five times slower than their smaller category competitors, according to an Accenture report.
Besides cat videos, the one thing the internet surely needs more of is consultants talking about disruption. But as you read yet another post about the most overused (and misused) term in tech, I'd ask that you at least consider my argument and weigh in- especially if you disagree. Let's start with a few definitions. Clay Christensen, the author of disruption theory, first outlined his thesis of sustaining vs. disruptive technology in his 1995 Harvard Business Review article, and later in his classic The Innovator's Dilemma. In HBR he provides these definitions for sustaining vs. disruptive technologies: "Sustaining technologies tend to maintain a rate of improvement; that is, they give customers something more or better in the attributes they already value."
In a Facebook Live session in 2017, Mark Zuckerberg was asked why and how he is so successful. His reply was as candid as can be - "You don't get to be successful like this just by being hard working or having a good idea." "You have to get lucky in today's society in order for that to happen. And that, I think, is a huge issue." He continued to say that he wants everyone to have the opportunity to be entrepreneurial.
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The C-level job is more demanding than ever before. On one hand smart decision-making is pushed by the revolutionizing digital experience needs of younger generations. In my last blog on embedded finance, I wrote that nowadays, people are online almost continually, searching for products and solutions, watching videos on Instagram, playing games, sharing ephemeral moments on Snapchat, posting pictures of exciting experiences on Facebook, and buying things. Because of this 100% digital behaviour, customer experience has become a top strategic priority for CEO's. A remarkable customer experience is critical to the sustained growth of any business.
On a sunny morning last December, Iyus Ruswandi, a 35-year-old furniture maker in the village of Gunungguruh, Indonesia, was woken up early by his mother. A technology company was holding some kind of "social assistance giveaway" at the local Islamic elementary school, she said, and she urged him to go. When he got there, representatives of Worldcoin were collecting emails and phone numbers, or aiming a futuristic metal orb at villagers' faces to scan their irises and other biometric data. Two months before Worldcoin appeared in Ruswandi's village, the San Francisco–based company called Tools for Humanity emerged from stealth mode. The company's website described Worldcoin as an Ethereum-based "new, collectively owned global currency that will be distributed fairly to as many people as possible."
Communication software platform maker Arena – a provider of a Slack-like chat or bot conversation column to the right side of your screen when you're on an ecommerce site – is endeavoring to bring more human understanding to online marketing and sales. That, in turn, works to establish better rapport with potential customers for ecommerce businesses. The San Francisco-based startup's group chat and messaging application framework for B2C enterprises, having earned the attention of investors, yesterday announced a $13.6 million Series A round led by CRV with Craft Ventures, Artisanal Ventures and Vela Partners also participating. A key marketing trend in 2022 is for consumer companies to find ways to move beyond social media and third-party cookies as a way of gaining better direct insights into their users and customers. Five-year-old Arena recognized this early and built a SaaS platform to replace the need for third-party referrals and social networks, CEO and founder Paolo Martins told VentureBeat.