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Constant Contact Introduces Streamlined Navigation.
Constant Contact continues to make workflow easier.
The biggest benefit is the updated homepage that now gives you a more comprehensive look at your recent marketing activities. There is also a simpler creation process. Watch the video to see how it looks and works.
Are you not seeing this in your account? All customers will be moving to the new platform over the next few months. If you are in our Constant Contact program, we will be sending out more details to you on the migration process and what you need to do. If you are not in our program, we are happy to have you join.
Try Alexa Before Buying
Alexa is the personal assistant inside Amazon’s Echo, the smart speaker that can control your whole house and manage your personal life. Find out the answers to life’s questions by simply asking.
The Amazon Echo is a hands-free speaker you control with your voice. Echo connects to the Alexa Voice Service to play music, control your home, provide news, sports scores, weather, and more-instantly. All you have to do is ask, and now you can try it from your browser.
It is open to anyone with an Amazon account. Try it out today (hint: Alexa loves to tell jokes)!
20% of Mobile Queries are Voice Searches
Voice search is growing, and search continues to migrate to mobile.
As virtual assistants such as Siri and Alexa are used more, voice searches are becoming much more conversational. There has been a significant increase in voice assistant and voice search usage in the past 12 months.
Ask yourself the questions that are relevant to your brand or products, would you find the answer in any part of your web presence? The rise in voice search means your business needs to have detailed content that answers the questions that are being asked.
The Best Retailers Combine Bricks and Clicks
Devising a strong retail plan is important for survival these days.
A new study shows that online shopping has surpassed in-store shopping for the first time. Retailers who can be creative with how they sell products will survive the battle between bricks and clicks.
It’s time to adapt to the new selling environment. Blending online and in-store experiences in creative ways such as providing online content to shoppers using their smartphones in store will help your business succeed.