For the first time since the Supreme Court
Steve DelBianco, executive director of NetChoice, said there is “big momentum” for federal legislation that would allow states to require online retailers to collect sales tax
As more merchants are listing products in multiple marketplaces like eBay or Amazon to reach potential buyers, they aren
In August, we asked our readers to give us their top tips for the holiday season. These are the top-3 responses.
Although publicly the ecommerce company is keeping mum, it looks as though Amazon.com will soon offer loans to some of its Amazon sellers.
Although social networks are booming, they have not yet taken off on the commerce side. Yet on Facebook, there is the clear ability for merchants to set up stores where customers can actually buy from beginning to end.
While the number of marketplaces has grown over the past year, online retailers face challenges offering the same level of product detail, transparency and logistical support from marketplace sales that their shoppers have come to expect. The Merchantry Report details the results of an online marketplace mystery shopping study commissioned by Merchantry and conducted by eCommerce consultancy the e-tailing group in August 2012.
Soon, retailers’ free ride on Google will be over, and they will have to adapt to the change to Google Shopping. So what should online merchants be aware of to acclimate themselves with the new Google Shopping?
Holiday planning can consist of many things, from sales and marketing plans, to gearing up for heavier operations and order fulfillment. Here are five things you can do as a merchant to help make the holidays less stressful and more prosperous.
Consumers are most satisfied with the checkout process, the variety of products or brands offered and the ability to track their purchases. Online shoppers are least satisfied with the flexibility to choose a delivery date, rerouting packages and the hassle of returning or exchanging unwanted items.