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Our own Kate O’Neill has a new article up at CMO.com, and it’s the top story today: Narcissism: Personalization’s Flip Side? It plays off of the Eli Pariser “filter bubbles” TED talk, so if you haven’t seen that, you’ll probably want to watch that first.
Let’s say you run an online store selling, I don’t know, let’s call it hats. And let’s say that your site gets 100 visitors each and every day. Out of those 100, let’s say 2 of them buy a hat. (For what it’s worth, 2% is a pretty average conversion rate for an un-optimized e-commerce [...]
An article in today’s InternetRetailer.com daily news called “Why retailers can probably trust consumers with lots of Facebook friends” caught my eye: Accertify announced today a deal to incorporate into its fraud-screening process data from Rapleaf, a company that has indexed over 600 million e-mail addresses, and tracks such information as how many social network [...]