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Amazon, Google, and eBay are striving towards national same-day delivery fulfillment, but the shipping option might not be the perfect decision for every retailer, according to Shop.org. In the “Same-day Delivery – Should It Be a Priority for Your Business” whitepaper, Shop.org states that before jumping the gun and diving into making same-day delivery happen, […]
The Federal Reserve Board’s March 2013 Consumers and Mobile Financial Services report, found that consumers would prefer to use their smartphones for showrooming above anything else.
Competition within the online payment marketplace is heating up, according to a recent Forrester report, and might change the face of payment options in 2013.
The new major distribution hub in the United States could become Kansas City, according to an article the Kansas City Star.
Tom Maryniarczyk, associate vice president of ecommerce analytics and promotions, at Sears Canada, shares his ideas on successful online merchandising and personalizing the online shopping experience.
What was once considered an old marketing tactic has now become hip again. When it comes to mobile retargeting, take a look at AOL and you will find it’s all about persistence.
Smartphone and tablet users should be a major focus in your ecommerce strategy moving forward. Here are six key takeaways on developing a mobile and tablet strategy.
In this infographic from ExactTarget, you will learn all about the various types of “complainers” found on Facebook and Twitter and exactly how to respond to them.
In the National Retail Federation annual Easter Spending Survey, shoppers say they will be on the prowl for deals when it comes to chocolate and springtime apparel.
Although a new study by ThreatMatrix had found that 85% of retailers are calling cyber security a high priority within their organizations, 40% of the respondents said they have no online prevention measures in place.