Well it was potentially a successful 2 days at the ecommerce expo. The team did great and pictures will follow.
Adeo are developing ecommerce platforms for a number of different clients and are continually looking for new ways to get their clients products in front of the buyers.
We have recently been introduced to a great new App for your desktop or Mac called Shopping Genie. When this app is downloaded you can search and compare from the likes of Google, Kelkoo and shopping.com. The shopping Genie will show you the best prices from across the web for your chosen product.
The great thing about this app is that it doesn’t annoy you all the time it only comes up when you search for a consumer product in your search engine.
This app is also free to download and we believe that this will be a great addition for households across the UK, with more and more people shopping online and with the current economic climate everybody is looking for the best deal.
Here’s some Stats:
64% of consumers use a price search to get the best price for a product
10% retail sales are online.
$320B spent on online advertising
$130B spent via ecommerce online, which is expected to rise 14% annually.
Why don’t you try out the my shopping genie app today at http://www.myshoppinggenie.com/unlimitedleads
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Google’s URL shortening service is now open to the public through a new goo.gl
In an age of tweeter communication and mobile devices, URL shortness is a blessing. However, the most popular third-party ones, such as Bit.ly and TinyURL, are run by smaller companies that aren’t guaranteed to stick around for the long run: Google’s Matt Cutts said today the company needed to develop its own “goo.gl” URL shortener “for its own products where we knew the shortener wouldn’t go away.”
So last December, Google started making goo.gl URLs available through the Google Toolbar, and it’s now making the service available to anyone with a Web browser at goo.gl, Google announced in a blog post. “We don’t intend to overload goo.gl with features, but we do want it to be the stables, most secure, and fastest URL shortener on the Web,” Google’s Muthu Muthusrinivasan said in the post.
The other Googly thing about URL shorteners is the data they generate, showing where, when, how often, and from which computers people are clicking on those URLs. Web-based analytics charts will be available to those who shorten URLs through goo.gl, and Google will also be able to track that data to help determine which Web links are popular, authoritative, or unsafe.