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Ecommerce game changers from the last decade – part two

2017-06-19T13:51:14+00:00 19th June 2017|10 years of Webloyalty, Webloyalty|

Following on from our first ecommerce game changers article staff at Webloyalty continue to explore some of the most revolutionary and exciting innovations in ecommerce from the last decade to celebrate our 10 year anniversary. Amazon Kindle Aleks Kaczmarek – Senior Partnerships Manager Webloyalty “Over the last 10 years, one thing disrupted a millennium of the printed word – the Amazon Kindle. The Kindle has eliminated many pain-points associated with purchasing and owning physical books. Customers can get a book almost [...]

Webloyalty 10th Anniversary Competition

2017-06-02T10:56:12+00:00 1st June 2017|Webloyalty|

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Webloyalty generating secondary revenue for ecommerce businesses in the UK,  we are giving you the opportunity to win a Google Home voice activated personal assistant. Advances in technology over the past 10 years have had a huge impact on the ecommerce industry so we saw it fitting that we give away the latest gadget. To be in with a chance of winning, answer this question: What device did Apple release in 2007 that had a [...]

Ecommerce game changers from the last decade – part one

2017-06-02T13:28:01+00:00 1st June 2017|10 years of Webloyalty, Ecommerce, Webloyalty|

The Webloyalty team have had some heated discussions to decide the most memorable ecommerce innovations from the last ten years. Everyone had their favourites which we have collated in a two-part blog. Part one looks at the first five. Magento Anne Watson – Senior Partnerships Manager Webloyalty “When I look back over the last ten years of online retail, Magento stands out to me. Magento was one of the first companies to offer an open-source ecommerce solution for the masses. [...]

Beyond the Core research report

2017-03-28T15:24:45+00:00 27th March 2017|Beyond the Core, Webloyalty Research|

Download a free copy of our Beyond the Core report. We partnered with the BRC to produce a study into how UK retailers are looking beyond core offerings to drive new revenue streams. Key Findings include: 67% of retailers derive at least 1% of their revenue from secondary sources with around 18% generating at least a fifth of their revenue this way and a few generating close to half. Businesses seeing 20% or more contribution of secondary revenue to total [...]

Win an Amazon Echo Dot

2017-03-01T16:09:56+00:00 1st March 2017|Ecommerce, Research|

In anticipation of the launch of our Secondary Revenue Report, we’re giving away an Amazon Echo Dot. To enter, answer the following question: Secondary revenue contributes more than 20% of online revenue for how many retailers? A) 10% B) 20% C) 35% Enter your answer below along with your contact details. What can you do with a Amazon Echo Dot? Amazon Echo Dot is a hands-free speaker that allows you to take control using just [...]

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