Are you ready to get serious about your digital marketing strategy? You’ll need to if you want to build a successful eCommerce business in 2018.
eCommerce has few borders, and increasingly countries like China are selling direct on America’s leading e-retailer, Amazon.
Mike D'Errico, on January 2, 2018
“I can’t overstate how mobile is changing how we interact with consumers, we have to embrace these changes” Joel Anderson, CEO/Five Below, former Walmart CEO
Over one-third of all US online sales will be made via mobile devices this year. Forbes And research from comScore indicates that mobile commerce is growing at three times the rate of desktop e-commerce.
"I don't pay good wages because I have a lot of money. I have a lot of money because I pay good wages."--Robert Bosch
Mike D'Errico, on November 28, 2017
In 1992, a mail order office equipment and supplies business named Quill brought a case to the U.S. Supreme Court against North Dakota. Their complaint involved having to pay sales tax in a state where they had neither employees nor warehouses (at the time the company had offices and warehouses in Illinois, California and Georgia.) “Quill argued that North Dakota’s attempt to collect sales taxes from the vendor violated the Supreme Court’s dormant commerce clause doctrine, which prohibits states from taking certain actions that interfere with interstate activity,” wrote Daniel Hemel in an article about the decision for Slate.com.
Jim Madaj, on November 7, 2017