Ecommerce Weekly Round Up (12/28-01/01)

Shopping Set to peak In-store Today, but Shoppers Will Still Buy Online 

Source: Internet Retailing

Today is expected to be the biggest in-store shopping day of the week after a weekend in which more shoppers than expected bought online. But figures from Worldpay and eBay suggest online retailers can’t relax yet – with spending over the internet set to continue right over Christmas.
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Best Ways to Promote Affiliate Products on Your Blog – Beginners Guide 

Source: Business2Community

Affiliate Marketing isn’t a new term as it is one of the oldest forms of marketing. In affiliate marketing, you refer someone to an online product, and when that person purchases the product through your recommendation, you will get a percentage of the sale known sales commission.
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Top Design Trends to Watch In 2016 

Source: Forbes

Web design industry is an ever-changing space and there are many trends that come and go. 2015 has been another amazing year for technological advancement and we’ve seen some incredible websites.
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Christmas Weekend Sends Broadband and Mobile Traffic Higher

Source: Internet Retailer

That’s according to data from the Verizon Retail Index, which tracks broadband and mobile holiday traffic. Verizon’s data shows that e-commerce on desktops generated a 26% jump above average daily levels of broadband traffic volume on Christmas Day, a 25% increase on Saturday and 30% on Sunday.
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4 Web Design Best Practice to Improve Conversion Rates 

Source: Tech.Co

In order to improve the conversion rates of your company’s website, there are several things that you can do. These are all obvious things that work; however, many people often lose sight of the basics when they are overly consumed with the latest fads that are here today and gone tomorrow.
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10 Hottest Design Tools You Must Try in 2016

Source: Forbes

A recent design tools survey conducted by Khoi Vinh, one of Fast Company’s “fifty most influential designers in America”, shows that Photoshop is slowly losing its popularity among designers.
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