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E-Commerce News: 22-28 October 2015

Dear e-commerce folks,

As Prisync team, we eat and breathe e-commerce every minute of every day or week, so we feel that sharing what we enjoy reading or seeing throughout a week would help you out.

So, here’s a compilation of news and tips that we enjoyed last week. It contains new launches, fresh market data coming in and important actionable takeaways put down by e-commerce experts from all around the world.

Enjoy reading!

Walmart Drone

Thanks for posing DJI Phantom 3 Standard:)

Following Amazon, Google and UPS, Walmart is also getting into the game of drone delivery. It seems that the competition between these giants will rise sky high.

Another week, another growth projection for the booming e-commerce market of India : The market is expected to reach $12 billion by the end of this year.

If you have access to the massive data of what people our searching for, you must utilise the massive potential those searches carry within. Last week, just tapping that, Google introduced Shopping Insights to analyse search data to generate meaningful insights for e-commerce.

Perfect Partnerships

Our friends over at Lemonstand do really value partnerships. As Prisync, we also had a little content partnership a while ago, and posted a piece on their lovely blog about Competitor Price Tracking. This week, they also addressed another important subject for all e-commerce managers or owners, and questioned how to find the right agency to partner up with your e-commerce business.

No weekly e-commerce news would be complete with social insights, and Facebook is now shining on all news e-commerce with its current focus on leveraging itself in the world of online shopping. The new data shows that Facebook is doing pretty good at that and “Mobile is the King” for them as well.

Also this week, in Prisync Blog, we, as true believers of community, covered the major E-Commerce Meetups all around the world, hosted by enthusiastic e-commerce folks in their hometowns. Just check out our e-commerce meetups post and enjoy discovering the e-commerce communities of Montreal, Jakarta or Stockholm along with many others.

This is all for this week.

Every week, we’ll be gathering fresh e-commerce news and tips from the market.

Stay tuned, and keep on enjoying e-commerce! 🙂


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