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A busy crowded marketplace. How do businesses attract new customers?

A busy crowded marketplace. How do businesses attract new customers?

How can small businesses attract new customers in the increasingly crowded online marketplace. Perhaps the crowded markets of Asia have some lessons for us.

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Social media is shaping the future of SEO

Good SEO is key for any business. Sellerdeck's very own Ecommerce Analyst tells you how social media can help shape the future of SEO and give you ideas for your business.

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And a great time was had by all!

Demonstrating Sellerdeck 2013 to Mario Loulie of ITQ Solutions

Demonstrating Sellerdeck 2013 to Mario Loulie of ITQ Solutions

As CTO, I try to get out and meet customers when I can, but it isn't always easy. So it was a special treat this week to attend the Sellerdeck Ecommerce Horizons Conference at PayPal's prestigious headquarters in Richmond-upon-Thames.

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Olympic Light in the Darkness

Perhaps it's not surprising that over the last few weeks people's eyes have been firmly focused on London 2012. I can't remember a time when the nation's mood has been so upbeat, which is great tribute to everyone involved - athletes, organisers and, of course volunteers. If I'd been allocated any tickets, I might even have praised the agents as well.

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Ecommerce One Stop Shop – Dream or Nightmare?

When you buy an iPhone from Apple, you may not know it, but you are in fact buying something that has been made with parts from many suppliers, including Samsung, Apple’s bitterest rival in the mobile space. The touch screen glass is made by Corning, the electronics come from a variety of manufacturers and assembly is done in China. Even the software, which you would think was one hundred per cent Apple, historically used mapping from Google and voice recognition application “Siri”, bought in by acquisition. This is the new world, where companies compete and co-operate together, and where the top skill isn’t being a designer or manufacturer but being able to integrate things from a variety of sources in a seamless way.

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