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Post-Pandemic Ecommerce Data Emerges
Plague. Pandemic. Disaster. However you name it, we have changed profoundly. I've written earlier that porn drove us...
Summer 2021: Redux & Tan Lines
Ecommerce just got very, very real, people. I am very keen on watching how businesses adapt. And I’m seeing some very good signs that small businesses (my focus at cgk.ink) are moving at light speed. Mistakes are happening everywhere and that’s a great sign that individuals and groups are experimenting and pushing limits.
COVID-19’s Impact on Global Networks
An update on the internet congestion's details during COVID-19 Allconnect recently compiled data to provide key...
IMPORTANT: UPDATE ON SHIPPING DELAYS
We are experiencing significant delays in processing orders. On average, we are seeing delays of 7-10 days on new...
COVID Pushes Ecomm Over the Top
Societies do not change gracefully. Behind major shifts in how humans go about their days often stand unspeakably horrid events: war, plague, famine, flood.
Robots Deliver, No Mask Needed
Fulfillment warehouse robots are having a moment as online shopping continues to increase during the pandemic. The hot market for autonomous fulfillment solutions has helped Locus Robotics, which makes autonomous mobile robots for use in fulfillment warehouses, raise an additional $40 million during a successful Series D this week.
Quarantine & Ecommerce
Quarantine does have its advantages. Dressing up means wearing pants. You now have a rock-solid excuse to not speak to...
Porn + Food = Ecommerce
“A real inflection point for online shopping as we know it today could be traced to around 2017. By the end of the prior year, many Americans were “starting to shop online as often as [they] take out the trash”; according to the Pew Research Center, eight in 10 Americans used a computer or phone to buy something online that year – as opposed to the just 22% who did so in 2000.”
COVID-19: Further Impacts Ecommerce
U.S. retailers’ online year-over-year (YoY) revenue growth is up 68% as of mid-April, surpassing an earlier peak of 49% in early January.
There’s been a 129% year-over-year growth in U.S. & Canadian e-commerce orders as of April 21 and an impressive 146% growth in all online retail orders.
Online conversion rates increased 8.8% in February, reflecting a level of shopping urgency typically seen during Cyber Mondays, according to QuantumMetric.
U.S. Ecommerce Up 92.7%
U.S. e-commerce sales jumped by 92.7% in May, according to a new SpendingPulse report from Mastercard. In April...
DON’T BE A DICK: ADA Compliance
Ecommerce ignores those with disabilities. We tend to think that all of our visitors have perfect eyesight and...