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Yesterday’s Biznology® Webinar by our blogger Tim Peter was all about how the Web affects e-commerce.  Does your business have an online shopping cart? Use third-party sites like eBay, Amazon, Etsy, or Expedia? Or do your customers walk into your store? With the rise of social, local, and mobile, your customers likely do all three, often at the same time. What does this mean for your business in 2013 and beyond? 
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In this Webinar, find out how the social, local, mobile Web is changing your customers’ behavior and what that means for your business. Tim explored:

  •          The rise of mobile in a browse, shop, buy world
  •          Pitfalls to avoid as you move your Web presence towards mobile
  •          How customers are interacting with businesses via social media and local search
  •          The business benefits of social media across distribution, customer service, and CRM
  •          Best practices in e-commerce as it moves from the desktop

In this 30-minute free Biznology® Webinar, Tim Peter explained how to analyze, anticipate and adapt to your customers’ changing behaviors. As the Web becomes increasingly social, local, and mobile, your ability to respond to your customers across multiple screens and in multiple ways represents the difference between occasional sales and “all commerce, all the time.”

Special sponsored presentation by BarnRaisers, Brick Marketing, Marketing Pilgrim,, and Tim Peter & Associates


Thanks to all of our sponsors:

BarnRaisers LLC




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Mike Moran

About Mike Moran

Mike Moran has a unique blend of marketing and technology skills that he applies to raise return on investment for large marketing programs. Mike is a former IBM Distinguished Engineer and a senior strategist at Converseon, Revealed Context, and SoloSegment. Mike is the author of three books on digital marketing, an instructor at Rutgers Business School and a Senior Fellow at the Society for New Communications Research. He is also a Certified Speaking Professional.

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