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Uh oh… Just a few hours into Prime Day, and things are not looking great for Amazon. According to the Twittersphere, Amazon’s add to cart is failing them. Which of course, does not have Prime Day shoppers all to happy… But at least Amazon’s customers are laughing on the outside
eBags has decided to not just participate in Amazon’s July 12 selling holiday, but launch its back to school season the same day on its own ecommerce site.
Amazon has announced that its second-annual Prime Day selling event will be held on July 12, and is pulling out all stops to make sure the negative feedback it received last Prime Day is not repeated. Here are 6 things you need to know about Prime Day 2016, whether you’re a Prime seller on the Amazon marketplace, or are just watching from the sideline.
Offering deep discounts on the Amazon marketplace on Prime Day does not necessarily mean a successful sales day. Ecommerce experts say you just have to have merchandise available for purchase on the Amazon marketplace to see a Prime Day sales spike.
Will Amazon’s second-annual Prime Day shopping event break the Internet? Or will Amazon be the sole beneficiary of Prime Day traffic… and sales? Last year’s metrics show that Prime Day has one-day spike potential, but it doesn’t mean all merchants will see residual traffic and sales.
Amazon’s second-annual Prime Day could be a game-changer for same-day delivery. But it could also be a huge headache for Amazon come July 12. There’s a chance Amazon’s Seller Fulfiller Prime program may give the marketplace a black eye this Prime Day.
Choosing the right shipping option for your cross-border ecommerce business can be tough, but there is one solution that could help American retailers – marketplaces. See why this is a good option and how to pick the one that is best for your business.
Well, let’s just say it’s probably not possible that Jeff Gennette will sink Macy’s, Inc. like Ron Johnson did when he took over JCPenney. Gennette has been the president of the embattled department store for the past two years, and has served the company in some sort of executive capacity since 2006. Here’s what Gennette needs to think about if he’s going to get Macy’s, Inc’s not just to regain its leadership position, but keep its stores from the retail graveyard.
Brands without the resources to produce multilingual content now have a simple and cost efficient platform to localize their content. With those staggering numbers in mind, language technology and translation solutions provider Translate.com announced the addition of more than 30 new applications and integrations to its platform.
JD.com will host a week-long roadshow of “British Week” activities in the United Kingdom to enable more British brands to sell direct to consumers across China. Here’s a look at some of the ways JD.com is invading Britain offline to grow its online business, and which U.K. brands are already on board.
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