In the modern era of smartphones and tablet computers, newspapers and magazines in the physical paper-form are becoming a thing of the past as people opt to read on the go on devices that fit neatly in their hands despite the cramped trains and trams they ride during their daily commutes and between bites of their sandwiches during lunch breaks.
More and more people are consuming news and information over the Internet and in electronic form, putting newspapers and magazines out of business or forcing them to increase their online presence in the form of publishing news on their websites or through audiobooks and podcasts. It appears we’re all still reading the same publications, just in a more modern format and you don’t get much more modern than blogs.
The Internet has enabled everyone to become a writer and become a leader in their own industry if they’re able to show the readers of their websites that they know their stuff. After all, you wouldn’t think a person had any authority if the site had had no visits, no social shares for the content and a poor layout. It’s all about portraying yourself as an expert and before you know it you can become just as authoritative as the global corporations in your own right. You can check this site to get more information about it.
Ecommerce blogs have become very popular with readers desperate to learn how to improve their own site and gain an understanding of the industry and how to reach out to new customers. If you’re one of these people who wants to expand their knowledge of all things eCommerce and haven’t stumbled across any valuable insights on social networks, it may be worth subscribing to the following blogs – which will then email you all new publications on the site – or bookmarking them so you can pay a visit while you’re on the move.
This site was formed by Neil Patel and Hiten Shah and the company has worked with some big names in the industry over the years. With detailed analysis and plenty of data thrown in for good measure, it’s one for those who have a keen eye for facts and figures. The blogs are full of detail and may require some research if you’re not already classing yourself as an expert with analytics.
The UK-based company are specialists at eCommerce development and offer this under their services. The visormedia.co.uk blog is full of useful information on all things technical, from helping users to achieve a more responsive mobile design to developing the site as a whole – one for the technical minds. The blogs themselves are well written and will speak to beginners and experts alike.
This is a company blog also and produces dozens of articles each month covering a wide range of topics. From insider guides to those aimed at complete novices, you’ll find information on just about every topic with screenshot guides and data thrown in for good measure. Not specifically about eCommerce but it features prominently, and all information is relevant.
This blog is targeted mainly at smaller businesses and people working in start-up companies. It provides content coming from a variety of authors all looking to share their experiences and expertise in the eCommerce world and this gives it a friendly feel with people looking to help each other and to guide them down the right paths.
Finally, Get elastic. This site has a huge number of subscribers showing that the audience wants to stay abreast of everything they must share. A lot of the articles are in the ‘how to’ style, which is helpful when it comes to guidance and sharing expertise because, essentially, that’s what people are after. They want to learn, take things away and implement them and this site is useful for that.