1. Shopify + YouTube Partnership for Social Commerce


    YouTube is an eCommerce channel that can’t be ignored. In addition to being the second most popular social platform after Facebook with more than 2 billion monthly users worldwide, YouTube is also the second most popular search engine after Google. Research shows that 90% of consumers say they discover new brands or products on YouTube, and 40% say they have purchased those products. Seventy-five percent of consumers say that using YouTube makes for a better shopping experience. 

  2. Why eCommerce Brands Should Switch to Server-side Tracking


    If your eCommerce business is relying solely on conventional tracking for analytics – client-side tracking in the browser – you should be wary about trusting your data. Why? Unfortunately, due to trends like increasing use of ad blockers, cookie restrictions, and Apple iOS updates, as much as 20-25% of your data could be missing or inaccurate.

  3. eHouse Studio: 20 Years in the Making

    Want to know what life was like before smartphones, high-speed internet, and Wi-Fi?

    Flip phones. 56k modems. CD-ROM magazines. Waiting 12 minutes to download a song. Waiting 16 seconds for a web page to load.

    Back in 2002, we sat at fat, box-like CRT monitors, in a physical office, with a desk phone plugged into a jack. We designed websites for 800 x 600 screen resolution. We developed interactive experiences with Flash for PDAs.

    So much has changed in 20 years. (Bet you had to look up what a PDA is.)




  4. Webinar Recap: What the Heck is Headless Commerce?


    eCommerce is like an endless race to improve customer experience. Great online and mobile experiences stem from a vital requirement: speed and performance. While you may offer all the bells and whistles on your site, from personalization to live chat, if pages are slow to load, consumers will go elsewhere. 

  5. Personalization’s New Engine: Goodbye Third-Party Cookies, Hello Brand Communities


    What makes a customer stick around? Think about the brands you love. What do they give you that other brands don’t? You may say “price,” but that’s probably secondary to a whole host of other reasons like, “it makes me feel great,” “they get me,” or “they have great customer support.” Your favorite brands forge a connection with you that keeps you coming back.