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When London-based gadgets and gizmos merchant Firebox launched a U.S.-based e-commerce beta site in early October, it did so without a multimillion-dollar splash.
Throwing a banner ad up, buying keywords on a search engine, and posting a press release to your Website may be your first thoughts when harnessing the Internet for product launches. But there is far more you can do.
Web buyers represent an ever-increasing portion of a catalog
MULTICHANNEL MERCHANT has learned that the gifts catalogs Siegler & Co. and Treasures From a Bygone Era closed down before the holidays.
An effective Website pulls sales and profits from the sweet spot where business goals meet customer needs. Managing your site for effectiveness requires
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The Internet, which many thought would kill off the home-party channel, actually deserves some credit for saving the industry. E-commerce solutions offer
If you are like most merchants, you’ve followed the advice of your natural-search optimization (NSO) firm and completed some basic site optimization projects.
Shari Fitzpatrick, who founded Sacramento, CA-based cataloger/retailer Shari’s Berries in 1989, launched another online store, the Berry Factory, in November.