Choice Ecommerce Links: June 2013
Once again, it's time for our roundup of favorite links from around the web in the month of June.
- Kicking it off is 12 usability flaws that are spoiling the mobile web and Mobile form usability: never use inline labels.
- A seed must fall to the ground before a new plant rises -- as Google Reader is dead today, there's a new RSS reader for Google Glass...if you're one of the privileged few, you can connect your Glass to the New York Times.
- In my Internet travels, it's safe to say it's very seldom I come across an ecommerce site with a very well done value proposition. KISSmetrics asks Are You Losing Business With The Wrong Value Proposition? and offers tips including 4 easy templates for forming your value prop and 3 steps for creating one.
- Econsultancy shares 7 dips for designing an effective ecommerce call to action.
- Xbox Kinect presents and opportunity for ecommerce, and Time Warner Cable is now offering subscriptions through Xbox 360. Keep your eyes on this emerging "channel."
- Whether your goal is retweets, clicks or email opens, optimizing headlines is critical to your content marketing success. Dan Shure details how to make your titles irresistably clickworthy.
- Images must also be optimized for social sharing. Check out Curalate's infographic on what types of images get the most attention on Pinterest.
- A couple guides for getting your apps found in App Store search -- App Store SEO: The Inbound Marketer's Guide to Mobile and App Store Optimization – A Crucial Piece of the Mobile App Marketing Puzzle. You got it, the acronym is ASO.
- What's holding you back from being a data-driven organization? Check out Bryan Eisenberg's smarter data manifesto.
- Expect more posts and a webinar on responsive design in July. In the meantime, check out these 70 responsive sites for inspiration.