Why It’s Called the Web: Media and Ecommerce Integration

Why It’s Called the Web: Media and Ecommerce Integration

We’ll take a look at social networks that aren’t limited by geography, time zones, long distance phone costs, and even support simultaneous interaction. December 21, 2010 Over the years, the world wide web of the network has grown and covered many aspects of users’ lives. It was once used only …

Using virtual agents to keep customers happy with e-commerce

Using virtual agents to keep customers happy with e-commerce

People check in for flights, hotels and inns and buy goods using automated machines. Consumers are responding positively to self-service systems, and the need for customer service personnel is rapidly diminishing. December 24, 2010 Decline in customer service and rise in self-service New technologies allow consumers to freely explore the …

Where is ecommerce heading in the Russian search engine Yandex and Google.  Report based on a sample of 200,000 requests

Where is ecommerce heading in the Russian search engine Yandex and Google. Report based on a sample of 200,000 requests

Problematic In many topics in the search results in Yandex and Google, the user in response to his request first of all sees the sorcerer: It picks up the CTR. This is bad. After that, contextual advertising comes in, and CTR is lost on it again. And only then organic …

Ecommerce Ranking Factors – 2020 Analyst Report

Ecommerce Ranking Factors – 2020 Analyst Report

Before exploring this study, we advise you to read the previous report, “Ecommerce Ranking Factors – 2019”. It provides detailed industry ranking information worth knowing. And now – about this year’s data and changes. Already a year ago, in Yandex, the top three positions in the niche query “gloves for …

Analysis of the ecommerce market.  Study

Analysis of the ecommerce market. Study

Organic traffic from search engines remains one of the key sources of traffic to Russian e-commerce sites and outstrips other sources in terms of volume and importance for players: advertising, email newsletters, social networks. The majority (84%) of the e-commerce market representatives we surveyed promote sites in search engines: 66% …