Tag: Google

Google is gunning for digital payments in India

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India is increasingly looking like the most important frontier for ecommerce and digital payments in the world right now. Amazon is investing heavily and Google too is looking to the sub-continent for profits. Google is going great guns on payments in India. There are more than a billion people there, after all. Google India CEO […]

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What does the Internet look like?

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We all know the Internet comes into our houses over a phone line, except when it doesn’t because we’re using a mobile, satellite or WiFi connection, but it’s mainly cables that joins everything together. Cables are great but with traditional copper cables the Internet transmits as electromagnetic waves which is why we’re switching over to […]

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Google Shopping training, London: 7/12/16

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Online Seller UK will be holding an event that looks at Google Shopping, essentially ecommerce PPC, in London in December. It’s happening at Rise on the Mile End Road in the East End. To find out more and bag a place, check out the event page here. The event offers the opportunity to look at […]

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Google Shopping training, Manchester: 26/9/16

Online Seller UK

Online Seller UK will be holding another of their useful events. This time the focus will be PPC for ecommerce sellers and a look at Google Shopping. The event will be held on the 26th September at Rise on Deansgate in Manchester. To find out more and bag a place check out this page. As […]

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Google could win PayPal’s cloud patronage

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The undoubted top-notch provider of cloud services is Amazon. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a hugely successful, a massive revenue driver and credited with being well ahead both Microsoft and Google. So it’s interesting that PayPal is thinking of throwing its lot in with Google as it shops for a cloud provider. It’s a surprise: […]

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Google Adwords/( PPC) workshop, Swansea: 12/9/16

Online Seller UK

Online Seller UK will be turing their eyes to marketing for ecommerce SMEs in Swansea on the 12th September. The topic will be Google Adwords and Pay Per Click strategies (PPC). Head on down to the IndyCube. To find out more and bag a place, visit the event page here. As the organisers say of […]

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Taking advantage of Brexit webinar 12/8/16

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Due to Britain’s decision to leave the European Union and the financial turmoil this has caused, including fluctuating currencies and volatile markets, a whole host of opportunities has opened up. Search Laboratory want to show you how to take advantage with expert analysis from Google, Account Strategist, Andres Valencia. They are hosting a webinar on […]

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eBay’s new GTIN Single Product Page

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eBay are using Product Identifiers to create new single product pages displaying multiple offers from competing sellers along with a recommended “Top Pick” deal. It would appear that eBay are heavily driving buyers to purchase the “Top Pick” and are endorsing it as the recommended deal. eBay appear to rotate their “Top Pick” between sellers […]

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Changes are coming to Google Adwords

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Mobile is the big story in ecommerce right now. And Google the big news there right now. As they say: “Every year there are trillions of searches on Google.com and over half of those searches happen on mobile.” The idea is to make sure that Google loves you. That can mean a connection with Amazon […]

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GTINs for unbranded products

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A couple of weeks ago Neil asked a question regarding GTINs for unbranded products. Knowing that there are no simple answers, we asked GS1, the authority on GTINs what to do is this situation: Neil’s GTIN Question I sell products which don’t have GTINs, my competitor sells the same products (which still don’t have GTINs). […]

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