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Pourquoi nous supprimons le « e » de e-commerce. Et pourquoi vous devriez.

L’essor du m-commerce, les enjeux du commerce social, la maturité croissante de l’e-commerce, l’intégration de la technologie dans les points de vente physiques constituent de réels défis. En tant que marketeurs, nous ressentons le besoin de faire la distinction entre les différents types de plateformes que les consommateurs utilisent pour rechercher et acheter des produits. Il y a donc des équipes dédiées pour le développement d’applications de shopping et l’optimisation de l’expérience mobile.

« Le contenu est essentiel pour se distinguer des autres marques »

Si je devais choisir le thème représentatif du sommet annuel shop.org, ce serait « Contenu, contenu et contenu ». Jerry Stritzke, le PDG de REI, a ouvert le sommet en décrivant REI comme une société « raconteuse d’histoire ». Il a commencé par rappeler les origines de la marque en tant que communauté d’alpinistes, puis il a évoqué avec passion l’engouement des consommateurs et des employés pour la marque.

I Came for a Purple Jacket, but All I Got Was Pretty Pictures

I needed a fall jacket. Something lightweight and colorful. My online search led me to Paul Smith’s autumn/winter collection. I clicked through some of the beautiful pictures and came across a purple jacket (center right) - totally my style!

paul smith - winter/autumn

Luxury Interactive: de kern van het merk zit in het verhaal

Less than two weeks after the close of shop.org I found myself on a train down to NYC for Luxury Interactive. The big takeaway from shop.org was Content is Critical to Brand Differentiation, and I expected to hear a similar theme at Luxury Interactive. After the first day of sessions I wasn’t disappointed.

Luxury Interactive: A Brand's Biggest Asset Is Its Story

Less than two weeks after the close of shop.org I found myself on a train down to NYC for Luxury Interactive. The big takeaway from shop.org was Content is Critical to Brand Differentiation, and I expected to hear a similar theme at Luxury Interactive. After the first day of sessions I wasn’t disappointed.

“Content is Critical to Brand Differentiation” said everybody at shop.org.

If I had to choose one theme of this year’s shop.org annual summit, it would be ‘Content, Content, Content’. The summit started with REI CEO Jerry Stritzke where he described REI as a Storytelling Company. Starting with the brand’s origins as a community of climbers, he described the passion for the brand held by consumers and employees alike, with the passion fitting of the brand he described.

Why we’re dropping the “e” in eCommerce. And why you should too.

The rise of m-commerce, the struggles with social-commerce, the growing maturity of e-commerce, the integration of technology into physical commerce… it can be, no it is, overwhelming. As marketers, we feel the need to distinguish between the different types of platforms consumers use to research and purchase products. We have mobile teams responsible for developing shopping apps, and optimizing the mobile experience.

Retail and Non-Profits Have More In Common Than You Would Think

One of the main reasons I got into marketing, and specifically marketing for commerce, is because people fascinate me. How does a consumer make a purchase decision? Why then? Why that product? Why is Target ‘Le Target’ while Wal-Mart is ‘Wally World’? I’ve spent my whole career digging through those questions, only to come up with more.

An eCommerce Retrospective: Ten Summoner's Tales, Twenty Years Later

20 years ago the world changed. On August 11, 1994 Phil Brandenberger paid $12.48 plus shipping for Sting’s “Ten Summoner’s Tales” and made history as the very first online shopper. One year later Amazon.com and AuctionWeb (later to become eBay) both embarked on a historic journey to become the power-houses they are today.

How Blake Lively Almost Got Content for Commerce Right. Almost.

When I first heard Blake Lively was launching a lifestyle/ content/ commerce website, I’ll be honest, I was excited. I was a pretty big Gossip Girl fan back in the day, and I’ve always admired her cool, eclectic sense of style. According to Vogue, the site is “part digital monthly magazine, part e-commerce venture, part video blog, the site will seek out and celebrate people all over America who are making things—food, clothes, pillows, dishes, dining-room tables—with their hands.”

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