Bricks to Clicks

Why Some Brands Will Thrive in E-Commerce and Others Won't

  • David Feinleib

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
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  12. Back Matter
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About this book


Learn how to sell online. Real-world case studies and market insights from the world's largest brands reveal what the best brands are doing right to win online. Gain knowledge of best practices that enable brands and retailers to survive and thrive in the dynamic, fast-paced, and highly competitive world of e-commerce.

Leveraging his first-hand knowledge as founder and CEO of Content Analytics, serial entrepreneur and author David Feinleib examines the threats and immense opportunity facing today’s most valuable brands. He demonstrates how brands that want to succeed in the fiercely competitive environment of e-commerce must understand and embrace the four key elements that control how much is sold and by whom: algorithms, content, convenience, and execution.

What You'll Learn:

Learn the best practices in e-commerce of the world's leading brands and how to:
  • Make the transition from selling in-store to selling (and winning) online
  • Conduct online brand audits to pinpoint opportunities for improvement
  • Increase brand equity through high-quality content
  • Maximize online sales by understanding the key metrics you need to measure and optimize


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Authors and affiliations

  • David Feinleib
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  1. 1.San FranciscoUSA

Bibliographic information

Industry Sectors
Finance, Business & Banking
Consumer Packaged Goods