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5 Ways to Find the Best Products to Sell on Amazon

With the advent of the internet in the 90’s, Ecommerce has spread like wildfire. Consumers have moved from traditional shopping to ecommerce. All this started when Jeff Bezos introduced us to the world of Amazon. Nowadays, Amazon has become synonymous with ecommerce. Apart from being a great online store, it is known for its user personalization feature. A study by Internet Retailer states that in 2016, Amazon accounted for 43% of all online sales in the US. That alone is a good reason for you to consider selling on Amazon. In fact, people have been known to make as much…

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A/B Testing Basics: Confidence Level

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Confidence Level: The percentage of time that a statistical result would be correct if you took numerous random samples. Confidence is often associated with assuredness, and the statistical meaning is closely related to this common usage of the term. To state a percentage value for confidence in something is essentially stating a level of how “sure” you are that it will happen. In statistical terms, it is the expected percentage of time that your range of values will be correct if you were to repeat the same experiment over and over again. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a…

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Happy High-Converting Holidays from Unbounce [VIDEO]

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When you think of Unbounce, a few key things probably come to mind: landing pages, A/B testing, #CTAConf, exceptionally good looking people (okay, maybe not that one). But what about — dun, dun, dun — Canadian?

Yep, Unbounce is proudly Canadian, with headquarters in Vancouver, British Columbia and a satellite office in Montreal, Quebec. Move over, Silicon Valley, there’s a new tech hub in town… Icicle, err, Mountain Range. (Excuse the dad joke.)

In addition to wishing you a happy, high-converting holiday, we’re here to dispel and reinforce some Canadian stereotypes, including:

  • We are cold. Like, all the time.
  • We don’t live in igloos. I mean, that would be super cool, but where would we charge our smartphones?
  • We do wear an obscene amount of plaid. It is fashionable after all.
  • We don’t drink maple syrup. Because that would result in another Canadian stereotype: We all have diabetes.

But there’s more! So without further ado…

If you’re running campaigns and need to get a hold of us during the holidays; we’re offering email support during our office closure! Simply shoot an email to support@unbounce.com and the lovely peeps in Customer Success will get back to you. Check out our hours below:

December 26 – December 27
9AM – 9PM PST / NOON – MIDNIGHT EST

December 28 – December 31
8AM – 9PM PST / 11AM – MIDNIGHT EST

January 2 – January 3
9AM – 9PM PST / NOON – MIDNIGHT EST

December 25 & January 1
CLOSED

And while we love delighting you all year long, we’re taking a little break from our regular publishing schedule to spend some time with our loved ones. But don’t fret, we’ll be back in action come the New Year.

So happy holidays, from the Great White North! And may you be blessed with conversions galore this holiday season!

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Optimizing Long Lists Of Yes / No Values With JavaScript

Very frequently in Web development (and programming in general), you need to store a long list of boolean values (yes/no, true/false, checked/unchecked… you get the idea) into something that accepts only strings. Maybe it’s because you want to store them in localStorage or in a cookie, or send them through the body of an HTTP request. I’ve needed to do this countless times.
The last time I stumbled on such a case wasn’t with my own code.

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Optimizing Long Lists Of Yes / No Values With JavaScript

Illustrator’s Live Trace: Sketch To Vector

In this post we will take a drawn design, scan it and clean it up in Photoshop, then trace it using the Live Trace feature in Adobe Illustrator. Live Trace was introduced in Adobe Illustrator CS2 but is still a powerful tool available in Illustrator CS5. This process really gives an artist the freedom to digitally experiment with drawings of any kind. The vector art it produces can be used in numerous ways and is easily customized.

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Illustrator’s Live Trace: Sketch To Vector

The Future Of CSS Typography

There has been an increasing and sincere interest in typography on the web over the last few years. Most websites rely on text to convey their messages, so it’s not a surprise that text is treated with utmost care. In this article, we’ll look at some useful techniques and clever effects that use the power of style sheets and some features of the upcoming CSS Text Level 3 specification, which should give Web designers finer control over text.

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The Future Of CSS Typography

How To Use Photoshop Masks [+Keyboard Shortcuts]

Design is a fluid and shifting process in which layers are constantly modified and tweaked. As complexity builds, so does the need for preserving data in a flexible way. Learning non-destructive editing techniques helps you produce documents that bend along with your creativity.
Photoshop Masks are the cornerstone of this process. Not only do they preserve important pixel data, but they allow for the creation of flexible interface elements as well.

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