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The vendor community is singing the praises of Facebook stores, although studies suggest f-commerce is not in the best interest of merchants. But with the holiday season approaching, should online retailers invest in Facebook commerce? Multichannel Merchant senior writer Tim Parry caught up with Dale Trexler, owner of retail and wholesale jewelry supply seller Beaded Impressions, for his thoughts on Facebook Commerce.
Trinity Road vice president of ecommerce Nicholas Cole wanted to know what we thought of the QR code it used in The Catholic Company’s recent catalog. Here’s why we thought they did it well.
While every site is different, there are many guidelines you can follow to streamline your site’s navigation for busy holiday shoppers. Here are 10 tips for optimizing site navigation before the holiday rush begins.
We no longer live in a linear world. Simply going from point A to point B is a much more complicated proposition today. This is truly the case in marketing
The payment transaction is becoming a core part of the online shopping experience. The right payments-processing platform can provide the operational
Search engine optimization is more science than art. As with any scientific discipline, SEO needs to be done with rigor. The results need to be reproducible.
Retailers, competitors and customers need a clear picture of the competitive pricing landscape and comprise a triangle of pricing transparency. With comparisons on products and services now available round the clock, seasoned online shoppers have clear visibility to volumes of pricing data.
When is the right time to retarget a shopper who’s left items in his or her shopping cart or was simply just browsing your ecommerce site? Tom Burg, director of product marketing and advertising decision solutions for Akamai Technologies, explains in this video taken last month at IRCE in San Diego that retargeting is not a “one size fits all” merchant strategy.
We were a bit ahead of the curve at Multichannel Merchant when we ran a cover story on QR codes back in October 2008. These funny looking, two-dimensional