Thursday, 7 February 2013
Friday, 21 December 2012
2012 turned out to be difficult for the retailer, many shops were forced to close its doors after failing to raise sales. But in turn, the online stores have shown good growth. Association IMRG expects 12% growth in sales during the Christmas holidays, which will increase the volume of the online UK stores in 2012 to a projected year 77 billion pounds.
Over the past 12 months online business has made a quantum leap from a simple service that provides online transaction to complete your store, has successfully created a brand for the product. More and more customers prefer to shop at online stores from their mobile devices. With such a variety of options that are just one click away from the buyer, increasing customer loyalty and instilling habits of users to make online purchases will be the main direction for the Internet business in 2013.
In this article, I brought six key trends that will accompany and support the growth of e-commerce in the coming year:
Sunday, 8 July 2012
Now Facebook is about to launch its own search service and the recruitment of
Social network Facebook is constantly trying to come up with something new, and even if not new, then take what is, and make something out of this regular service. Thus, recently became aware that Facebook is working on a service job search and recruitment. The service will collect relevant ads from other resources, and provide this information for users of Facebook. Of course, such a service is simply doomed to popularity because of the hundreds of millions of users of social networks tens of millions explicitly take advantage of the opportunity to seek employment or employees, without leaving Facebook.
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