5 High-Impact E-commerce, Digital and Social Strategy Posts You Won’t Want to Miss: E-commerce Link Digest
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Howdy, Big Thinkers, and welcome to this week’s edition of the E-commerce Link Digest Series. Hope this week was amazing for you. I thought you might want to round out a really successful week with these 5 high-impact e-commerce, digital and social strategy posts you won’t want to miss. Enjoy:
- Kicking things off, Ross Quintana at CMO.com wrote this amazing post promoting this mantra, “Say It With Me: Your Customer Is Your Business.” All I can say is, “Hell, yeah!”
- I know I shared this with you a couple of weeks ago, but it’s worth taking another look at We Are Social’s explanation of “How Brands Can Make Social Commerce Work.” Truly terrific insights there.
- While we’re talking about digital and commerce, why not take another look at this popular post that asks, “Will E-commerce Kill Retail?”
- And, continuing that theme, don’t miss these “9 Great Posts Focused on Digital Transformation, Strategy, and AI” from E-commerce Link Digest Series. Good stuff, not to be missed.
- Finally, let’s finish out this list of 5 high-impact e-commerce, digital and social strategy posts you won’t want to miss by taking another look at “How Can You Succeed at Digital Marketing Next Year? 17 Great Posts Offer Answers.” Bet you’ll be glad you did.
You might also want to check out these slides I had the pleasure of presenting recently about the key trends shaping marketing in the next year. Here are the slides for your reference:
Finally, you might enjoy some of these past posts from Thinks to help you build your e-commerce strategy and your digital success:
- 6 Mobile Commerce and Strategy Insights: E-commerce Link Digest
- Content is Still the King
- The Digital Strategy Myth
- Why Mobile Payments Will Rule
- Driving Seamless Experiences in 2016 (Thinks Out Loud Episode 149)
- Mobile is So Much Bigger Than You Think (Thinks Out Loud Episode 140)
- It’s Not “Mobile First.” It’s “Customer First.”
- 8 Killer Entries About Improving E-commerce Experience: E-commerce Link Digest