Ten Great New Ecommerce Ideas for June 2009

Each month, Practical eCommerce asks industry insiders to share a great, innovative idea that could help an ecommerce company. Here’s what ten of them had to say for the June 2009 installment. Set yourself apart with visual security. “Making your commitment to security known by your customers . . .” http://practicalecommerce.list-manage.com/track/click?u=fbe5f2f40f28348f9f57610b8&id=638db087d6&e=f4d75f1c4f

Web Design Tips: The Laws of Ecommerce Navigation Design

CSS, Flash, jQuery, and an arsenal of other powerful web techniques and technologies have unbound website design, creating the opportunity to develop either exceptional user interfaces or really frustrating ones. Furthermore, the growth of “cookie-cutter” ecommerce templates (i.e., “insert your logo here”) has quelled . . .” http://practicalecommerce.us1.list-manage.com/track/click?u=fbe5f2f40f28348f9f57610b8&id=83e2bc8489&e=f4d75f1c4f

Ecommerce Know-How: Use Twitter to Build a Community of Loyal Customers

Microblogging site Twitter has the potential to be a powerful marketing and brand-building tool for ecommerce businesses interested in engaging their customers and being part of a community. But successful marketing on Twitter, or any microblogging site, requires more than just posting tweets about . . . http://practicalecommerce.us1.list-manage.com/track/click?u=fbe5f2f40f28348f9f57610b8&id=6d0f2b9674&e=f4d75f1c4f