When it comes to children’s apparel and accessories, you don’t get more old-school than Carter’s or OshKosh B’gosh. But the brands, both owned by Carter’s, are hip to 21st-century social media.
Script coming in from Facebook is not the only thing that can slow a site down, though it’s evident in this case when you load Shop Rite’s circular pages. Any time you add third-party coding, you have to deal with additional sets out outside servers.
The federal government’s swipe fee reform may be tabled for two years if a Senate bill introduced March 15 passes. This means a potential delay in financial relief for merchants who accept debit cards issued by Visa or MasterCard as a form of payment.
Let’s look into what Charlie Sheen is doing right, and wrong, in social media, and what lessons merchants can learn from it
Although some reports say just 10% of consumers searching for a product or service through Google click on the sponsored ad, the art of search engine marketing cannot be ignored. This especially holds true if you are a small merchant trying to gain …
There’s a reason you want people to like you on Facebook: For marketers, a
Merchants seem to be shying away from creating apps for specific mobile devices and are instead creating sites that are native to mcommerce, according to Bernardine Wu, founder/CEO of ecommerce consultancy FitFotCommerce.
Kay Hong, a managing director at global turnaround specialist firm Alvarez & Marsal, was appointed chief restructuring officer on Feb. 18, and will also serve as Harry & David’s interim CEO. But can Harry & David be turned around at this point?
Fourth-quarter and fiscal-year net sales rose for Chico’s, with the direct-to-consumer segment playing a big role in its success. But the women
Food gifts merchant Harry & David may be in the news right now for the wrong reasons, but it seems Harry & David is not struggling all that badly with social media. Sure, it could do better, but there are a lot of things merchants need to do to get on top of their social media games. Here’s a look at how Harry & David is handling the world of social media.