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European e-commerce market grew 14% in 2011

According to DIBS E-Commerce Survey 2011, based on interviews with 9,000 consumers, European e-commerce market grew 14% in 2011. Despite the economic crisis E-commerce continues to grow rapidly and 74% of the consumers plan to maintain or increase their online consumption during the upcoming year. The e-market is estimated to amount to 213 billion euros in 2011. Integration with social networks is on the rise and provide retailers with new channels for successful selling. This is a hug opportunity for every business to grow and development. Now is the time to use it.

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Don't just wait customers to find you

Today, to compete anywhere, you have to be everywhere. Development of online store can be a profitable business in itself, or add a extra revenue to your existing business.
This online strategy implemented at your company profile can offer better and faster way of doing business. It is imperative for all companies to understand and respond to the critical drivers of change. Don't just wait customers to find you.
Be proactive and use your website to sell, rather than to simply take orders. Be creative and use the power of promotions for every occasion, according to your customers needs and interests. Improve merchandising to provide a broad selection of products available online.

 

In terms of interest, in terms of press attention, in terms of concern, [the Internet phenomenon] is growing, ... I think the next move is to bite the bullet and spend the money that is required to build the necessary infrastructure for e-commerce. - Andy Grove, Formal Intel Corp. Chairman
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