Senate-building

August 18, 2014




What the Marketplace Fairness Act Means to Small Businesses

 

Before heading out for summer recess, the U.S. Senate made plans to extend the Internet Tax Freedom Act, which bars states from levying taxes on internet access. The act is set to expire November 1, 2014, but with strong bipartisan support …

More...

In Ecommerce, Marketplaces

mac-ipad-iphone-multichannel-300-yslider

February 18, 2015




Driving Brand Loyalty in a Multichannel World

The gaps between media channels are closing. A modern day shopper might check into a physical store on a mobile device, redeem a coupon received via email in-store, and then recommend that product to all friends on Facebook. It may …

More...

In Blog, Must Reads

amazon-radio-shack

January 21, 2015




Can Amazon and RadioShack be a Match Made in Heaven?

Is Amazon bailing on its plans for a New York City showroom? And can RadioShack be the answer to Amazon’s omnichannel plans?

That and more, tonight, on… Okay, the lead is a little dramatic, but sometimes we need to have …

More...

In Blog, marketing

Apple, Apple Pay, ecommerce, mobile payments, omnichannel, mobile wallet, Google Wallet, iOS 8.1, iOS, iPhone, iPhone 6

February 14, 2015




Using Email to Close the Smartphone, Browse-To-Buy Gap

If you’ve ever tried to shop from a mobile phone, you likely understand the perils of browsing and buying from your device.  The customer experience – and thus, conversions – is often negatively impacted by various mobile browsing issues creating the “…

More...

In Blog, Email

sales-tax-300

July 16, 2014




Marketplace and Internet Tax Freedom Act will Empower States

[caption id="attachment_50923" align="alignright" width="91"] Read the Senate bill here.[/caption]

After years of bills appearing before Senate and Congress, could sales tax enforcement on goods and services bought in the Internet finally be reality? Yes and no, depending …

More...

In Executive, News

West Coast ports, West Coast port shutdown, Shipping/Delivery, retail, National Retail Federation, NRF, warehouse, Operations and Fulfillment, President Obama, Taft-Hartley Act, International Longshore and Warehouse Union, Pacific Maritime Association, ILWU, PMA

February 13, 2015




West Coast Port Shutdown to Continue Through the Weekend

With no resolution in sight to the tense labor stalemate, 29 West Coast ports will sit idle from Saturday through Monday as numerous trade groups and legislators on both sides of the aisle urge President Obama to intervene via the Taft-Hartley …

More...

In News, Operations & Fulfillment

Warehouse/Distribution Center, distribution center, distribution centers, Shipping/Delivery, shipping, Operations and Fulfillment, Operations Management, Amazon, Gap, The Gap, Trader Joe's, Lindt, Hobby Lobby, Benjamin Moore

February 13, 2015




5 Ecommerce Fulfillment Hot Topics for 2015

The past year has seen innovative technology advances in ecommerce fulfilment such as further exploration into the use of drones to deliver packages. As we move further into 2015, I wanted to shed some light on five hot ecommerce fulfillment trends …

More...

In Blog, Fulfillment

global-shopping-cart-300

February 11, 2015




U.S. Merchants Need an Active Approach to Global Ecommerce

Back when the WWW truly offered global potential to sell and market your products anywhere in the world, many U.S. companies became accidental exporters because most websites were in English and it was commonplace for your website to turn …

More...

In Blog, cross-border

amazon-buy-box-300-200

February 10, 2015




How to Win the Amazon Buy Box

Winning the Buy Box is more than just a big catch phrase. But what exactly IS winning the Buy Box?

ChannelAdvisor Team Lead for Marketplace Services Josh Jamieson says the Buy Box is coveted online real estate on Amazon’s …

More...

In Amazon, Marketing

Shipping/Delivery, shipping, international shipping, West Coast ports, west coast port strike, West Coast port shutdown, Port of Long Beach, Port of Los Angeles, national retail federation, NRF, Operations and Fulfillment, cross-border trade

February 5, 2015




Possible Shutdown Looms Over West Coast Ports as Two Sides Engage in Brinksmanship

While the two sides wrangle over contract language and who is causing labor slowdowns, massive amounts of cargo continues to pile up at West Coast ports, negatively impacting not only retailers but untold numbers of businesses that rely on goods …

More...

In cross-border, Global

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. ...
  9. 163