Because of the pandemic, more retailers and shoppers will be going online for holiday shopping this year.
Google has released several updates to its Shopping tab to make it easier for merchants to list their products on Google and get discovered by consumers.
Business Insider spoke with Google’s President of Commerce Bill Ready about how merchants can best take advantage of Google’s free tools for retailers.
Ultimately, business owners should make sure all their inventory is listed and kept up to date online to aid in discovery and capitalize on consumers’ desires to shop their values and go local this year.
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Many of this year’s holiday shoppers will be swapping aisle browsing for website scrolling for the first time ever. And many retailers, especially small businesses, will be moving their sales online for the first time, too.
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With more companies working from home and the digital space becoming increasingly important, SEO expert Rob Curtis shares some tips business owners can use to be more effective online.
“Digital marketing is important for any business now,” Rob said. “However with the onset of covid-19, lockdown and continuing restrictions on our ability to move around our own communities or further afield, it’s even more important to take the digital space even more seriously.”
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Prepping for the holiday season rush is something e-commerce companies do every year, but 2020 may prove particularly challenging. It’s likely many consumers will prefer to do most of their shopping online as the pandemic lingers. While this is good news for the bottom line, e-commerce sites must be ready to smoothly manage increased Web traffic, sales and shipments this year if they want to keep their customers happy—and coming back.
So what additional steps should e-commerce businesses be considering as they ramp up for the end of the year? Below, the members of Forbes Technology Council share 14 tips to help you get your e-commerce business ready to run at top speed this holiday season.
The U.S. antitrust crackdown on Google might seem like deja vu for European Union regulators
By KELVIN CHAN AP Business Writer
October 21, 2020, 4:19 PM
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LONDON — The U.S. antitrust crackdown on Google might seem like deja vu for European Union regulators.
By U.S. standards, the Justice Department’s move to sue Google this week for abusing its dominance in online search and advertising was a bold move. But it treads on ground already broken years before by EU officials in Brussels.
Veterans of Europe’s antitrust tech battles welcomed the U.S. investigation and said American authorities should learn from the bloc’s experience.
“We hope U.S. authorities have paid attention to two major drawbacks of the EU investigations: the long-drawn-out process and Google’s tactics to use any loophole to avoid changing its business model,” said BEUC, a European
October is known as Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Now in its seventeenth year, the campaign continues to raise awareness of the importance of cybersecurity, online privacy, and digital hygiene in general.
Did you know that approximately 6.85 million accounts get hacked every day? This is 158 accounts per second!
“Even though the statistics are shocking, every user can avoid the risk of becoming a target just by following the right cybersecurity practices,” explains Oliver Nobel, a data encryption specialist at NordLocker.
Repetition is the mother of learning, so it’s a good idea to go over the things you think you already know. The list below includes these 22 key tips every computer and internet user should follow to protect themselves from becoming a victim of cybercrime.
Use multi-factor authentication for an extra layer of security whenever possible.
Create complex and unique passwords for your online accounts. Start using a
Few programming languages can match C for sheer speed and machine-level power. This statement was true 50 years ago, and it’s still true today.
However, there’s a reason programmers coined the term “footgun” to describe C’s kind of power. If you’re not careful, C can blow off your toes—or someone else’s.
Here are four of the most common mistakes you can make with C, and five steps you can take to prevent them.
Common C mistake: Not freeing malloc-ed memory (or freeing it more than once)
This is one of the big mistakes in C, many of which involve memory management. Allocated memory (done using the malloc function) isn’t automatically disposed of in C. It’s the programmer’s job to dispose of that memory when it’s no longer used.
Fail to free up repeated memory requests, and you will end up with a memory leak. Try to use
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Apply for available discounts. Ask the insurer to provide a list of discounts and specify which ones the client is eligible for. Insurance companies are known to offer a wide range of discounts for low mileage,
Since 2007, ecommerce has been on an upward trajectory rivaled by few other industries in modern history. From a start around $30 billion in 2007, ecommerce is now projected to hit $5 trillion worldwide by 2021.
That’s a lot of opportunity for driving revenue. But you need a great ecommerce website in place for your visitors to get excited to buy from you.
10 Key Features of a Good Ecommerce Site
User Friendly Design
Multiple “Contact Us” Touchpoints
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
When you’re building your ecommerce site, you can’t cut any corners. Online shopping is all about convenience for visitors, so if your site is clunky, outdated, and poorly built, you won’t be generating sales.
And your competitors with kickass sites will be running laps around you. So make
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In today’s digital world, Google Search is pretty much everything. Google processes an average of over 3.5 billion searches per day and 1.2 trillion searches annually. That comes out to more than 40,000 queries every second.
And it’s not just searches for “cooking recipes” or “how to change a tire” that make Google the world’s most dominant search engine: Google Search is also home to “top stories,” user-specific advertisements and much more. It is essentially a one-stop shop for everything.
With that in mind, brands need to make their Google SEO — that is, where they appear in search results — a top priority. Whether you’re promoting a personal brand or an organizational brand, there are ways you can create and post content online that will make your brand show up with more authority and