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Global ecommerce is fast becoming a mainstream objective as companies look to other shores for new opportunities as the domestic market becomes saturated.
During a keynote panel discussion at the eTail East 2014, attendees were introduced to the acronym “STS” better known as “Straight to Smartphone.” Panelists recognized that mobile is fundamentally different than ecommerce. And while so many shoppers are gravitating to their smartphones, conversions are lower than other channels.
Trust is important to any relationship and in the retail industry the trust between a consumer and the retailer is vital in order for a purchase be made on your website. You don’t need to be a big brand in order to gain the trust of a consumer.
Amazon Local Register will offer brick-and-mortar world a lower swipe fee than banks. And it will also give Amazon a glimpse at how omnichannel consumers shop.
Experts and executives talk about steps being taken to avoid the holiday shipping snafus that caused delays and angry customers in 2013.
Discover unique seller opportunities on lesser-known, rapidly growing marketplaces. Marketplace experts from Sears, Newegg and Rakuten share their insights.
Aiming for Amazon, Google adds Barnes & Noble to its Google Shopping Express same-day delivery program in Manhattan, San Francisco, West Los Angeles.
B2B ecommerce has grown at a faster sales pace than B2C, according to Epsilon’s 2014 Multichannel Trend Report.
Amazon today announced same-day delivery is being added in the Baltimore, Dallas, Indianapolis, New York City, Philadelphia and Washington DC metro areas.
While many major retailers have rolled out both apps and mobile optimized sites, small and mid-sized merchants, particularly those with limited resources, need to more carefully weigh their options. We’ve outlined the most important differences between mobile websites and native apps.