October 1, 2000




fenvessy on personnel

Writing the Job Description As in most enterprises, the success of a fulfillment operation depends, in large part, on the quality of its people at all levels of the organization.
Sound personnel practices begin with an accurate definition of the …

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September 21, 2005




In Search Metrics, ROI Is Often MIA

It’s been a busy and studious month for the researchers at iProspect. The Watertown MA-based search marketing firm has turned out, in conjunction with JupiterResearch, two related surveys on the way search marketers handle their metrics, specifically in calculating …

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September 21, 2005




Offline and On the Phone

It’s all very well to have a strong search engine marketing (SEM) effort. And a busy call center is good too. But what do you do if you don’t know how many calls to that center are coming …

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September 19, 2005




Using Lifestyle Data to Trigger Campaigns

After you’ve prospected and built up your sales and your database, you need to maximize the return on each of your customers. But how do you extend the lifetime value of a newly acquired customer or good customer? What …

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In Lists & Data - Buisness

September 15, 2005




Live from Shop.org: Online Merchants Have Yet to Deliver, Diller says

LAS VEGAS–Online retailing is barely in its infancy and other than a few notable exceptions, such as Amazon.com and eBay, most online merchants have yet to deliver a truly compelling merchandising proposition, said Barry Diller, chairman and CEO of …

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In News

September 14, 2005




Live from Shop.org: New Shopping Cart Aims to Fight Checkout Abandonment

Las Vegas–E-commerce technology start-up Allurent introduced its first product here, a rich-media shopping cart aimed at reducing the number people who abandon purchases during checkout.
Dubbed Allurent BUY, the shopping cart is designed be integrated into any e-commerce site’s existing …

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In News

September 8, 2005




Alloy Files for Delia’s Spinoff

New York-based Alloy filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Sept. 7 to spin off its catalog/retail division from its marketing and media services unit. The spinoff company is named Delia’s after one of the company’s three …

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In News

September 1, 2005




Where have all the catalogs gone?

An optimist might argue that it’s simply a sign of the hypercompetitive, multichannel times. But a pessimist would say that this doesn’t bode well for the upcoming holiday season: In June, year-over-year catalog volume declined for the fifth month in …

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In Print Channel

September 1, 2005




LISTINGS

New lists
Intimate Promise by Roaman’s
Launched at the beginning of the year, the Intimate Promise by Roaman’s catalog already has nearly 85,000 six-month buyers. Customers spend an average of $50 an order on lingerie and other apparel for plus-size women. They …

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September 1, 2005




Growth spurt among the children’s mailers

During the past year, the 12-month active universe for the children’s catalog market has grown more than 11%, to 7.89 million buyers for the second quarter of 2005. According to New York-based media brokerage services firm ParadyszMatera, some of those new names are …

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