5 Things to Know About Dreamforce 2021

Dreamforce 2021 Things to Know

The first Dreamforce event took place in 2003. And it’s quickly grown to be one of the largest tech conferences in the world. Boasting an amazing agenda with an impressive speaker lineup, networking opportunities, famous musical entertainment, parties, and more, it’s really no wonder why the event attracted 170,000+ attendees each year. Then, COVID happened,…

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Introducing 1440: Happier Customer Journeys in Less Time

Introducing 1440

A New Suite of Solutions to Help Brands Optimize the Digital Customer Experience at Every Turn 24 hours is a common measurement of a day. But in today’s fast-paced eCommerce environment, hours don’t cut it. It’s minutes that count. 1440 is the number of minutes we have each day. We believe time is one of…

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Comments on Amazon Reviews Going Away: 5 Ways for Brands to Adapt

amazon review comments going away

Last month, Amazon announced a change that’ll have a significant impact on how Brands, Manufacturers, and Sellers engage with shoppers: the comments feature on customer reviews will be eliminated, effective immediately. There has been a lot of chatter over forums this week and no doubt some heated conversations with Amazon reps. Understandably, most Brands and…

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A Look Back at Amazon’s First Month in Sweden

Amazon Sweden

And how your brand can be successful on Amazon’s global sites When it comes to eCommerce in the United States, Amazon reigns king. eMarketer predicts that this year, Amazon will own 38% of eCommerce sales in the U.S. And according to an estimate from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP), reported by Digital Commerce 360, Amazon has…

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AmazonBasics and How Customer Feedback Can Be an Early Warning Sign of Safety Hazards

AmazonBasics Safety Allgeations

AmazonBasics has been making headline news lately. First there were the antitrust allegations, which claim the company uses insider data to develop its own private label products that directly compete with other brands. Amazon launched its first private label brand, “AmazonBasics” in 2009. Today, they have more than 200 private label brands in a variety of…

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