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Even though several U.S.-based retailers are getting into shipping products internationally, in order to see an increase in revenue, retailers need to stay up-to-speed on the marketing, shipping protocols, and what their customers want.
Spiff up your business-to-business site with these three steps, or risk having it sputter into irrelevancy.
Amazon.com said its sales for the second quarter, which ended June 30, were up 29%. But the etailer expects to have an operating loss of between $50 million and $350 million next quarter. Here’s why.
Amazon.com announced that it will open a “global Digital Media Development Center” in London in the next few months that will allow for design and development teams to work on various media projects.
Social media branding is more important now than it ever was before especially since a 2012 Nielson Global Survey revealed that more than half of the respondents
For intimate apparel merchant Bare Necessities, spin-off titles have been a successful venture. Bare Necessities launched BarePlus by Bare Necessities at BarePlus.com in February with a big public relations blitz.
Mom and pop retailers can take some lessons from their ecommerce counterparts about how to compete against Amazon.com. From our perspective at Multichannel Merchant, retailers can compete with Amazon if they take the following 10 steps.
Brick-and-mortar retailers sell more when they have more staff on the floor to help customers. This also applies in the online environment. Here are five tips to help your customer service boost online sales.
by George Chang
Posted 1 day ago
Posted 1 day ago