Internet merchants will likely be required by law to collect sales taxes, said Gilbert Fiorentino chief executive of Systemax Technology Worldwide on Tuesday during a session at eTail East in Baltimore. And this will be a reality in the not so distant future.
Apparel and accessories retailer Express targets a hip, urban audience, and the Express.com Website captures just the right edgy attitude.
Hoping to cash in on a new product launch? You might want to do more than simply feature the product on your home page. Headsets.com has benefited by using microsites to sell new products.
It’s been nearly 30 years since Jane Fonda’s Workout started an exercise video craze. Collage Video specializes in exercise videos and DVDs, and though it sells thousands of SKUs, its well-organized site is easy to shop from.
The average U.S. family is expected to spend 10.5% more during the 2010 back-to-school shopping season than they did last year, according to the National Retail Federation
Food and gift merchants face unique challenges with shipping costs, profit margins and seasonality. We asked Tony Cox, founder of multichannel food consultancy 5th Food Group, to share his thoughts and discuss some of the latest trends in the food and gift industry.
Did social media jumped the shark before it could make inroads with merchants? Maybe not, but the results of Shop.org’s The State of Retailing Online 2010 conducted by Forrester Research show why marketers spend much more on search than social.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters hopes to make a splash selling to small businesses with its new Business Coffee Express Website and catalog.
The Gardening Catalog Market Lost about 100,000 active names in the first quarter of 2010, according to New York-based list brokerage firm ParadysMatera.
The ePromos Promotional Products Website is user-friendly and does a great job of guiding customers through the ordering process. That’s in part why ePromos took home a Silver Award in the Business Specialty category in the 2010 MCM Awards competition.