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Pinterest the latest social network to join e-commerce push

A number of social networks have recently started trying to get more involved in e-commerce marketing, and another seems to have gotten into the fray.

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Twitter takes another step toward e-commerce integration

After recently introducing a button in embedded mobile ads that make it possible for consumers to make purchases without leaving its app, Twitter has also recently acquired a payments startup.

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Facebook joins Twitter with in-app “Buy” button

Recently, Twitter unveiled a new option for mobile advertisers that would allow consumers to make a purchase for a product right from their feeds, and now it seems Facebook is set to follow suit.

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More firms trying to personalize e-commerce

When companies plan their online gateways, they often do so with ease of use in mind, but experts say that’s only part of the puzzle.

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More companies planning growth around e-commerce

These days, many companies are looking to make sure that they’re giving their online gateways for purchases the attention they deserve.

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Mobile e-commerce continues to grow

It’s no secret that consumers are relying on mobile devices more and more all the time - and that trend certainly continued in the month of June when it came to e-commerce.

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New iOS will allow for more mobile e-commerce features

Apple’s iOS mobile operating system is getting yet another update later this year, and it seems as though many of the implications may be very positive for those involved with online credit card processing.

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Mobile e-commerce to reach new highs this year

It should come as no surprise that mobile e-commerce is on the rise, as consumers use tablets and smartphones alike more often to complete purchases using online gateways.

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Google making another e-commerce push

Given the way Amazon has tried to expand its delivery services to offer consumers more, quicker options in recent months, it wasn’t likely to be long before its largest competitor – Google – got into the act as well.

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Could government regulations dampen e-commerce?

The ways in which e-commerce companies market their offerings to consumers in hopes of getting them to click through to online gateways for payments could soon be changing thanks to new government plans.

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