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The Progressive Web

In an interesting conversation the other day we talked about how progressive companies that constantly institute changes for the better succeed immensely on the web front. This is held true especially in the SEO world where constant updates are recognized by search engines and relevant data is categorized. But lets dig a bit deeper for …

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Anticipating Ruthless Holiday Season, E-Commerce Companies Push Promotions

‘Cyber Monday’ Discounts Bloom as Online retailers plan to offer more deals and promotions to spur holiday shopping on the Monday after Thanksgiving this year, according to a new study. The survey, commissioned by Shop.org, a division of the National Retail Federation, says 83.7% of retailers will have special promotions on that day, known unofficially …

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Better Customer Support – The Wrong Way

Dell has started to offer a “premium” customer support option, for a premium price…in an attempt to regain their recent market loss.  There are many ways to improve your customer support from availability to accessibility to effect-ability.  Dell has apparently missed these conferences. “Dell’s new premium support service is to provide a dedicated team of …

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What Does Yours Say

If imitation is the greatest form of flattery, then Apple is receiving a lot of flattery these days.  Seems like I can’t turn on the TV or search online with out seeing someone that use a square item sitting in a field of black with a reflection below? The reason so many people are copycatting? …

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I Fall In Love When I Login

Here at Logicblock, we know and use our products inside and out. But with each new version we release comes great new features. It’s become quite common that we receive a quick phone call here or contact us message there from someone who really loves the additions we’ve made. What a great feeling.  I fall …

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2008 Holiday e-Commerce Growth

Analysts at Forrester Research are now expecting a 12 percent increase in e-commerce spending this year compared to last year, for total sales of $44 billion. The growth may be double digits, but it’s just over half as much growth as the year before, when e-commerce spending grew by 20 percent from the previous year. …

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User Experience Really Matters

We have been touting that user experience really matters to not only people’s perception of your business, but their likelihood to buy something from you. A recent study has come out supporting our claim and added some further insight on customer service. We all know that many ecommerce sites out there provide a poor user …

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Strategy and Design in Perfect Harmony

Here at Logicblock we always have our wheels turning.  I just saw a commercial for BP in which the whole point of the ad was to inform you that BP had spent around $95 million on solar energy development. This is your neighborhood gas station who you would think would be more interested in you …

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Search on the web and get smarter

Time spent Googling the latest campaign news or searching for choice eBay buys may help stimulate and improve the minds of middle-aged and older Americans, UCLA scientists suggest. Dr. Gary Small, a professor at UCLA, studied the brain activity of two groups of adults — one with “Web savvy” and one without. The study used …

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Treat Yourself As A Client

We have wrapped up the process of designing a new website for ourselves.  At first it was hard to gain momentum on it until we decided to treat ourselves like a client and go through the normal process that we take our clients through. We have learned so much about what the process is like …

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