When it Comes to eCommerce: Amazon or Google?

When it Comes to eCommerce: Amazon or Google? - http://www.i7marketing.com Avatar Posted by SeanGallahar under Products and Services
From http://www.i7marketing.com 1654 days ago
Made Hot by: maestro68 on May 8, 2015 11:26 am
Amazon and eBay have an advantage because they are cutting out a middle-man such as Google, and have your audience come directly to you - global audience for eBay, and for Amazon only if you’re not selling food or technology.





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Written by ver89ritu
1514 days ago

well said ..



Written by lyceum
1648 days ago

Sean: Thanks for the information. How are things in Croatia?



Written by lyceum
1649 days ago

Sean: You are welcome! Where are you located?

All the Best,

Martin



Written by SeanGallahar
1648 days ago

I'm American, but I live in Croatia.



Written by lyceum
1649 days ago

Sean: Here is the WordPress blog (in Swedish):

https://ehandel031.wordpress.com/



Written by SeanGallahar
1649 days ago

Thanks. Google Chrome should fix that at least a little bit for me.



Written by lyceum
1649 days ago

Sean: Sounds like a plan! These issues will probably be discussed at our e-commerce mingle events in Gothenburg (#ehandel031).



Written by SeanGallahar
1649 days ago

Good to hear. Can you link the website for the event, please?



Written by lyceum
1649 days ago

Sean: Thanks for your input! How about "social selling"?



Written by SeanGallahar
1649 days ago

Americans can already add items to their Amazon carts through tweets. Pictures posted on Pinterest already take people to webshops. Social selling will become more compatible with mobile platforms through things already mentioned below - security, easy checkout, ease of use. Only time and technology can improve it.



Written by lyceum
1652 days ago

Sean: Thanks for the input. How could e-commerce evolve in the future?



Written by SeanGallahar
1649 days ago

I can't see it changing all that much. When it comes to eCommerce, the most important parts are data security, easy checkout, and ease of use.



Written by lyceum
1652 days ago

How about using specialized e-commerce platforms like Tictail and Meylah?



Written by SeanGallahar
1652 days ago

I was writing about a specific websites that specialize in selling products. This doesn't mean businesses should abandon their own webshops, and the tools you linked - when it comes to quick checkout options for mobile users; they only help your webshop.



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