The new e-commerce generation

In recent years, we have become accustomed to all kinds of shopping via the Internet. We have familiarised ourselves with all sites and apps from the industry that have seen tremendous growth in their sales. Online shopping is now the norm for consumers all over the world.

If we analyze a short period, around ten years or so, we can immediately see how quickly the e-commerce sector has established its presence on the global markets. So fast that one could say fearlessly that the future already belongs to the past because evolution is constant.

Today broadband internet is now easily accessible by a large number of people, and consequently, with the increasing number of users, there is also a simultaneous increase in customer expectations. Therefore competition is one of the main distinguishing features of an economic structure that sees unlimited competition as one of its main features.

The push of social media

With the proliferation of the mobile phone and social media, product research and the shopping experience evolved into a sophisticated experience, including simultaneous interactions on multiple channels and with numerous influencers. However, while this revolution has enhanced relationships between retailers and customers, it has also shifted the balance, empowering consumers. With social networks and other user-generated content sites, consumers can immediately share their experiences with other people around the world. Retailers have the opportunity to make a great impression. Therefore it is essential to make the most of this opportunity.

Retailers around the world face several new challenges: short periods to attract users’ attention and convince them to buy, obliging e-commerce providers to engage with the customer as quickly as possible. It is therefore absolutely fundamental to make the best use of all forms of marketing and advertising to attract users, thus closing the entire sales process with straightforward and secure transactions.

The world is moving in this direction, and this direction is moving faster than we think.

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In the News!

From the italian magazine Corriere della Sera


Un social network per i professionisti e per promuovere il business in un ambiente digitale affidabile, sicuro e pieno di opportunità. Di fronte alle incertezze generate dalle fake news e le frodi online, il mondo dei piccoli imprenditori e dei commercianti, anche in realtà strettamente legate al territorio, hanno risposto con la nascita di una piattaforma che permetta loro di incontrare con minore difficoltà clienti, partner e investitori. Lanciato nella prima settimana di agosto, Ulyfe è la scommessa della startup Neworkom International (nata nel 2019 e con sede a Malta) che parte con 20mila utenti. Si tratta di un social network di seconda generazione che implementerà quella realtà chiamata Digital Sharing Economy, incoraggiando transazioni e opportunità all’interno di un sistema pensato per attività economiche, social e umanitarie.

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Affiliate marketing and Covid-19

The affiliate marketing allows you to easily adapt to market changes because the most important thing is your reaction to this change, you move the System.

Obviously the more safe and valid the system you use is, the easier and faster everything will be. This skill, in a situation like the one we are passing through, levels an incredible feature, but more than everything there is an important advantage that the affiliate marketing can give to you:  THE FLEXIBILITY.

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What great days!

Dear Users,

What great days! Ulyfe was born very recently, and from what we can see, it’s being enjoyed very much and we can only be proud of it.

We’ve registered more than 20,000 members, we’ve posted 16,000 posts, replied with 2,500 comments, sent over 6,000 messages: for some people they’re quite small numbers but for us they’re a big deal and a heartfelt thank you goes to all our users.

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