About EcomChat

EcomChat is an ecommerce and digital marketing networking group that comes together every Monday for a live Twitter chat

EcomChat was set-up by James Gurd + Dan Barker, experienced digital professionals with a background in retail ecommerce and track record of delivering successful consultancy projects for a wide range of B2C and B2B Clients.

Through EcomChat you can connect with more than 2,300 digital professionals worldwide and exchange knowledge, experiences, thoughts and opinions on all things ecommerce. People of all levels and interests are welcome, whether contributing or simply listening.

What EcomChat offers you

Free peer-to-peer networking

Here are some random facts about EcomChat

EcomChat is a free ecommerce networking community designed to share digital expertise and knowledge

Consultancy Services by Dan & James

Can we help you with your ecommerce?

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Some brands and agencies who have trusted us so far…

Shopfitting Warehouse
Econsultancy
Smyths Toys
The Wine Society
Samsung
Fat Face
Natural History Museum
Rocco Forte Hotels
House of Fraser
Harvey Nichols
Arena Flowers

Our Latest Posts

Ecommerce Platforms

Ecommerce Platforms

Dec 10 2018

Today we’re talking about one of the big fundamentals for online retail: Ecommerce Platforms. The right Ecommerce platform can help push forward your business and your sales; the wrong platform…

Offline marketing for Ecommerce

Offline marketing for Ecommerce

Dec 03 2018

There’s a tendency for Ecommerce sites to slip into promoting themselves via digital channels only. Yet, for those who do, TV, radio, print, direct mail, even in some cases door…

SEO for Ecommerce: In-House vs. Outsourced

SEO for Ecommerce: In-House vs. Outsourced

Nov 26 2018

SEO is constantly evolving, and still incredibly important to ecommerce. Whilst the fundamental principles remain the same (optimise your site technically for search engines, optimise your content and UX for…

CRM for Growth & Loyalty

CRM for Growth & Loyalty

Nov 16 2018

Does the maxim that it’s cheaper to retain an existing customer rather than acquire a new customer always hold true? Do you need to run a CRM program to grow…

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