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Privacy: WebKit Browser’s JavaScript Cookie set to remove in 7 days of browser use by default

This change is a bit more technical but we’ll do our best to try to explain it… First, do you know what cookies are? Bite-sized, gooey, chocolate-chip deliciou… Sorry, wrong cookies. Browser cookies are just small pieces of data saved by your browser, in text format. This can be user ID, session ID, or really …

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Product photography ideas that will make your ad campaigns and websites pop

Even the best product is hard to sell without a little visual oomph. But many marketers worry customers are becoming fatigued with overly similar styles and visual tricks… for good reason, too. Luckily, Oren John recently shared a useful Twitter thread with a ton of unique product photo styles. The examples in his thread offer …

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5 underused ways to structure data for e-commerce websites that can get more traffic

The life of an SEO is similar to that of an engineer. You design and structure data in your content backend so Google’s crawlers better understand what it’s all about, helping you to rank higher. In the SEO world, structured data is better known as schema markup, and it’s mostly responsible for contributing to Google’s …

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[Google] Make the Sale: Build, Launch, and Manage E-commerce Stores: Case study for How T|W Tote designed their website to engage with customers

Previously, you learned how to design an e-commerce store for success. You also explored strategies that help attract and engage customers. This case study will explore how an online retail company, TW Tote (styled T|W Tote), designed its website to attract customers and create a distinctive brand experience.

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[Google] Attract and Engage Customers with Digital Marketing: Make your website mobile-friendly

Making a website mobile-friendly means making it functional on a smartphone. In many countries, the number of smartphones has surpassed the number of personal computers. In the United States, 95% of people with smartphones search for local information on their phones. Having a mobile-friendly website has become a critical part of having an online presence.

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