November 1, 1999




The threat to DMV lists grows

In early October, the House and the Senate approved a $49.5 billion transportation appropriations bill containing a provision that forbids state Departments of Motor Vehicles (DMVs) from selling the names of motorists for marketing purposes unless the motorists have opted in …

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November 1, 1999




INTERNET TAXATION: Yes to tax reform

But government commission has yet to discuss types of changes
Time is running out for the Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce (ACEC). The government-appointed group assigned with investigating Internet taxation policies has only two more meetings left before it makes …

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October 1, 1999




LEGISLATION

Congress is looking at opt-in and opt-out policies as part of two privacy-related bills that could make it more difficult for marketers to obtain consumer data.
At press time, Congress was waiting to convene a House/Senate conference committee on …

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November 1, 1999




PHOTOGRAPHY: Lifestyle vs. product shots

When should I use lifestyle photography rather than product photography?
Estin B. Kiger: “Lifestyle” is one of those elusive terms that means something different to everyone you ask. To some it means showing lots of environment; others think it means …

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November 1, 1999




the promise of digital wallets

Will improved digital wallets win over shoppers and boost online sales?
Getting customers to come to your Website is hard enough; getting them to complete a purchase is another struggle entirely. According to market research firm Jupiter Communications, 27% of consumers …

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September 1, 1999




McHugh bill may be DOA

Time may be running out for H.R. 22 – also known as the Postal Modernization Act – which Rep. John McHugh (R-NY) has been pushing for nearly five years to reform the U.S. Postal Service. An alternative bill proposed …

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September 1, 1999




Web bureacracy: Little accomplished at Internet tax commission’s first meeting

Little accomplished at Internet tax commission’s first meeting
The Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce (ACEC), the 19-member panel appointed by Congress to investigate Internet taxation policies, is due to make its recommendations to Congress in April 2000. Yet when the panel …

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August 1, 1999




Better living through session analysis

Each week, one-fifth of the 25,000 visitors to Ross-Simons’s Website click straight from the home page to the jewelry offerings. Another one-third immediately make their way to the tableware and bridal pages. “Knowing this, we make sure that those pages have …

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August 1, 1999




Call centers: Applying peer pressure

Would you buy more from a telephone rep who sounds just like you? Some catalogers are betting that their customers would, and are hiring call center employees from the same demographic as their target audience.
Upscale casual apparel marketer Abercrombie & …

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September 1, 1999




A Web of M&A activity

Although the number of catalog mergers and acquisitions during the second quarter remained the same as during the second quarter of 1998, Web-related transactions soared.
Of the 31 mergers and acquisitions during the second quarter of this year, seven – 23% – involved …

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