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With Christmas just around the corner, retailers are experiencing the most pivotal time of year with many working all yearlong to bring the in-store experience, online.
Have you ever wondered or been asked which third-party add-on technologies Episerver connects with? My guess is yes, as we have heard this exact question from much of the Episerver community. We are here to introduce you to the Episerver App Marketplace.
In Episerver’s 2019 B2B Digital Experiences Report, they highlighted the top ways B2B companies can make it easier for their customers to do business with them online. The responses aren’t surprising but addressing some of these expectations can be challenging in the B2B space.
According to the IDC, Worldwide Digital Commerce Applications Market Shares report*, Episerver was one of the fastest-growing digital commerce platforms in 2018 with an almost 55 percent growth rate compared to the average vendor growing about 20 percent.
Amazon Prime Day can now officially claim itself as the “Summer Black Friday” when Amazon announced it sold 175 million items during the two-day Prime Day event and surpassed its combined sales total from Black Friday and Cyber Monday in 2018.
Like their B2C counterparts, B2B buyers have little patience for ordering procedures that do not live up to their expectations or, worse, present problems after they've hit "order."
In my earlier posts, we discussed how financial institutions can modernize their content approach using Episerver CMS and Campaign. In this post, we’ll shift the focus to commerce, and how a third Episerver solution can provide businesses a quantifiable edge when it comes to conversion.