Local Search Engine Marketing Blog

The Rise of Shopping APIs [Infographic]

Posted in Internet marketing by smallbusinessonlinecoach on July 19, 2012

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I like to share interesting posts and information about internet marketing that read in my Google reader. Let me sort through the junk to bring you the real goods when comes to local internet marketing for small businesses. I thought this was super useful. if you like it be sure to share maybe subscribe to the authors blog: http://www.getelastic.com

Infographic Friday comes early this week, we’ve teamed up with Monetate on the Rise of Shopping APIs.

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Tweetable stats:

  • Programmable Web estimates there’ll be 30K APIs by 2016 Tweet this
  • More than 2K mashups have been created with Twitter and Facebook APIs Tweet this
  • 250+ shopping and payment APIs are currently available to developers Tweet this

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via GetElastic.com and Elastic Path

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Via the Get Elastic Ecommerce Blog and Elastic Path

For more information on commerce APIs, check out other Get Elastic posts:

Creating new business models with transactional APIs

Monetizing ecommerce APIs

7 wicked ecommerce applications of shopping APIs

APIs the difference between good and great

http://www.getelastic.com/the-rise-of-shopping-apis-infographic/) Don’t forget to comment and subscribe to the authors blog.

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