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Flashback Friday: Best Articles in eCommerce This Week (Nov 21-25)

What's the best of eCommerce this week? We handpicked the most shared articles from around the web.

Want to stay on top of eCommerce trends, then you've come to the right place!

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How to Craft the Best Damn E-commerce Page on the Web

By Rand Fishkin

From your top-level nav to your seal-the-deal content, there are endless considerations when it comes to crafting your ecommerce page. Using one of his personal favorite examples, Rand takes you step by detailed step through the process of creating a truly superb ecommerce page in today's Whiteboard Friday.

Black Friday 2016: new trends and future opportunities


By Keep It Usable

Black Friday has become very popular in Europe, with retailers using it to kick start shoppers into buying their Christmas purchases. In fact, it’s now so popular that retailers have extended it to Black Friday week! With more sales than boxing day, it’s a huge event for retail.

Amazon just killed Black Friday

By Marcus Gilmer

No, no, no, no, no. The online retailing giant officially launched its "Black Friday" sales site on Tuesday, Nov. 1, and the deals will last until Thursday, Dec. 22, 2016 for a grand total of 52 days.

Ecommerce Landing Pages: The Good, Bad and Terrible

By Aaron Orendorff

Take a detailed look at the existing good, bad and terrible ecommerce landing pages to diagnose exactly where your own pages are succeeding... or failing.

10 Reasons Your Ecommerce Store Isn't Making Any Sales

By Sujan Patel

Something as seemingly minor as images and buttons that are too small can send shoppers fleeing.

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