6 Useful eCommerce Blogs To Check Out

More knowledge never hurts. In fact, getting more insights into critical factors driving the ecommerce industry would be useful in understanding what your next steps should be for your business. Here are some 6 useful websites to catch up on the latest trends.

1.) Get Elastic

Designed to share ecommerce best practices and better ways to manage the digital relationships, Get Elastic is one of the most widely-read blogs about the online retail scene. It publishes 3 times a week and currently boasts more than 14,000 subscribers.

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2.) Practical Ecommerce

Practical Ecommerce aims to provide down-to-earth articles and advice to help small business grow. It also features articles written by small business owners sharing best practices and helpful tips. More interestingly, it offers a list of subsidiary blogs targeting specific niches, from mom-preneurs to email marketing.

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3.) Internet Retailer

With more than 250,000 unique monthly visitors, Internet Retailer offers a large number of products asides from online publication ranging from organizing three annual conferences to publishing research guides including the data-rich Top 500 Guide, the #1 e-commerce market research publication.

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4.) eCommerce Times

ecommerce Times is under ECT News Network, one of the largest e-business and technology news publishers in the United States. It covers a wide variety of areas including Mobile, Marketing, Social Media, and Trends. In particular, it provides analysis and insights on the actions of large ecommerce retailers such as Amazon and Ebay.

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5.) econsultancy

Econsultancy aims to be a platform connecting digital marketing and ecommerce professionals. It offers independent advice and insight on digital marketing and ecommerce. It also provides training programs ranging from content, email to data and analytics.

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6.) CMS Wire

CMS Wire heavily focuses on niche areas including Customer Experience Management, Digital Marketing, Social Business and Enterprise Information Management. It also provides a well-stocked directory of whitepapers and webinars from various companies at the convenience of the reader.

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