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Best Buy is dying for me to pick up my order. They let me know via email that the order is about to be cancelled… even though I have about 72 hours to get to the Trumbull, CT store to pick it up. I’ll admit it. Picking this item up was the furthest thing from […]
Online cigar sampling? Chocolate flooring? Robot dog sitters? Oh, Schtick! Here’s a look at how retailers such as CafePress, Hammacher Schlemmer and Legendary Whitetails engaged with their customers on April Fool’s Day 2014.
While searching around for images relating to “package fill” and “recycled cardboard” we kept getting bombarded with images of cats in cardboard boxes. So, without further ado, here are 13 of the best iStock images of cats in cardboard boxes.
And I’m back from the Merchant Risk Council Ecommerce Payments and Risk Conference… Jet-lagged from 3 and a half days in Las Vegas (if you include the red eye back home). But before I hit the office hard this morning, I wanted to bring you 28 more tweets from the last day (Day 4 or […]
Here a burger, there a burger, let’s put a hold on Tim’s card…
Did you miss Day 1 of the Merchant Risk Council Ecommerce Payments and Risk Council? Here’s a look back at some thought leadership, fun and a-ha moments from Las Vegas. [View the story "#MRCVegas14 Day 1" on Storify]
The last thing I thought I’d do in Las Vegas this week was strap on a pair of ski boots. Okay, the last thing I EVER thought I’d do was strap on a pair of ski boots. But Digital River’s John Phillips coaxed me into giving their skiing simulator a shot today at the MRC […]
At Catalyst 2014, ChannelAdvisor CEO Scot Wingo was referring to the growing dominance of marketplaces, notably Amazon’s and eBay’s, and the fact that marketplaces are outpacing the growth in general ecommerce websites.
If the unusually cold tempuratures wasn’t the topic of conversation at eTail West in San Antonio last week, mobile was. It was the talk among several sessions throughout the conference in some capacity or another. Utilizing mobile and offering a personalized experience across channels for customers was a priority among many.
It was like The Men’s Wearhouse kept calling and Jos. A. Bank would yell, “‘taint enough, call back” and hang up. We’ll do some serious reporting on this $1.8 billion acquisition soon. Meanwhile, enjoy the clip.