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Erin Lynch, senior content producer, relives the first time she ever went to a trade show for Multichannel Merchant in GIFs.
Executives from 11 companies share their reasons why the Marketplace Fairness Act would be a burden to their companies – and to their customers.
Amazon had an outage Aug. 19, for about an hour. And the Twittersphere lost its mind! Here’s a look at some of the top tweets about the day Amazon stood still.
I recently found out about Amazon Collections and thought it was another great concept for Amazon to take part in. I personally spend a lot of my free time on the Amazon site looking for products, comparing prices with other major retailers or simply looking through the book section for new releases and New York Times Best Sellers.
I was the last of my friends to pull the trigger on ’47 Brands’ #47mysteryscrum. And while the excitement was built – I had a kid-like enthusiasm all day yesterday knowing my package was on a UPS truck – I was disappointed with the outcome. I felt like Charlie Brown on Halloween: Ugh – a Washington […]
Wouldn’t it have been a master stroke if Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post on Amazon’s “Daily Deal” Web site?
My recently-widowed father has become addicted to catalog shopping. But if Congress has its way, he, and a lot of other senior citizens, could change their shopping habits. Here’s why, if your business caters to seniors, you need to step up to Congress and fight for your customers.
What started in an innocent work-related question to my Facebook followers quickly evolved into the biggest gambling sensation among my friends. Licensed apparel seller 47 Brand’s most-popular item is the #47mysteryscrum, and it has helped it clear out merchandise and build its social presence.
After the United States Supreme Court struck down Prop. 8 and DOMA this week, clearing the way for marriage equality, several brands took to social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to show their support.
Comments questioning your customer service, your business ethics, and your inability to complete orders are not what you want to see on your Facebook page. In fact, it could ruin brand engagement and customer trust.