Reading List - Week of April 1
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April Fools' Day is back! And at the Jibe, we love to have fun and laugh hard. So we have made a collection of news and discoveries that have attracted our attention this week, and we wanted to share it with you. But there is one which seems to funny to be true...Will you be able to find it? Enjoy!
Automated Abandoned Cart Emails
It is a fact: automated emails based on customer behavior or personalization are producing the highest ROI. But they also require a lot of time to implement and create. So why bother with automated emails, in particular for abandoned carts?
See how to begin with automated emails on Business2Community
Electric Cars and eCommerce
Well, you probably heard about it. Tesla has just revealed the new model of the next electric car generation, the Model 3. What's impressive is not only the new innovation, but the success of its eCommerce platform. In just a few days, more than 115,000 Tesla lovers have already pre-ordered their future car online. Who would have thought than in 2016 you could just buy a car with a click? Thinking about joining the club of electric car owners?
Get more info on Tesla.com
Science and Hybrid Plants
Do you love banana & kiwi? Well, you will be thrilled to know that a group of scientists have been able to mate these two fruits to just create one, and you can do it too! The "banakiwi" is a great breakthrough for science. Who knows what the next creation will be? Do you want to grow a banakiwi at home?
Follow the steps outlined in this Video
Working too much? Didn't know what happened in the world yesterday? Having dinner with friends and everybody is talking about this incredible news and you just feel lost? No worries, Rooster's got you! Rooster is here to make sure you’re caught up on everything in one rapid-fire podcast. 35 top stories of the day in just one podcast...that's a good deal right?! Wait, did you miss the news today?
Listen to your podcast on Rooster.com
Thinking about going global? Want to sell your products and services all over the world? International expansion is more complicated than you might think. So many questions, like How do you make sure that your page is going to display the right language to your customer? What if I tell you that there is a guide to help you in your journey. This is an in-depth guide, estimated reading time 25 minutes. Sound interesting?
Check it out, it's on Moz.com