|Displaying Topics 121 - 160 (282 total) Sorted by: Date-Last-Post, Direction: reverse|
|121:|| Ecommerce: Methods To Reduce Abandoned Cart Purchases||Feb 2, 2009|
|122:|| Are Nine Million Worm-Infected Machines Slowing e-Shopping?||Jan 26, 2009|
|123:|| Auction Growth Declines Hit eBay Q4 Earnings|
"EBay Inc. said Wednesday that net income fell more than 30% during the fourth quarter as sales came under pressure from the slowing economy and increased competition."
|Jan 22, 2009|
|124:|| Ecommerce: Why So Many Businesses Fail||Jan 20, 2009|
|125:|| Amazon Reports Best Holiday Season Yet|
"Analysts have pointed to Amazon as a rare bright spot in this year's holiday shopping season due to its scale and flexibility, as retailers try to outdo each other with deep discounts to lure consumers during a recession."
|Dec 30, 2008|
|126:|| comScore: Sales Since 'Cyber Monday' up 9pct|
"Particularly encouraging is the growth of 9 percent in online sales that has occurred since Cyber Monday. While this growth is certainly a positive development in this tough retail season,..."
|Dec 8, 2008|
|127:|| Ecommerce: How'd Your Cyber Monday Go?||Dec 4, 2008|
|128:|| comScore: 'Black Friday' Ecommerce Online Sales Up Just 1pct|
"Combined with web sales on U.S. Thanksgiving the previous day, the figure rose 2 percent, but sales are down 4 percent to date in November from a year ago,..."
|Dec 1, 2008|
|129:|| Ecommerce: The Pros and Cons of Free Shipping||Oct 26, 2008|
|130:|| E-commerce Business With No Physical Location; Is It Trustworthy?|
"I was wondering if this could have a negative effect on customer trust."
|Oct 22, 2008|
|131:|| eBay Cuts Jobs and Acquires 'Bill Me Later' Payments Service|
"EBay, which has faced slower growth in its core auction business over the last few years, said it will buy the Bill Me Later payments service for about $820 million in cash and $125 million in options."
|Oct 7, 2008|
|132:|| Online Shopping Checkout Experience Is Still Fraught With Problems|
"...as many as 41% of the people who encounter problems in buying something online simply forgo buying anything at all."
|Sept 26, 2008|
|133:|| Ecommerce: Emailing Product Newsletters For Sales|
"Have you noticed that more customers buy when a newsletter is sent out?"
|Sept 21, 2008|
|134:|| Amazon Launches Content Delivery Service|
"The company this week revealed a new service that will help companies of all sizes ship files like MP3s and software packages to people scattered around the globe."
|Sept 19, 2008|
|135:|| Ecommerce: Computer Hardware Sales Still Holding Strong|
"It's surprising that PC sales have held up,"
|Aug 25, 2008|
|136:|| eBay Plans Fixed-Price Sales Emphasis|
"Acknowledging that most online shoppers cannot be bothered with auctions, eBay plans Wednesday to announce changes to its fee structure that emphasize fixed prices over bidding."
|Aug 20, 2008|
|137:|| Amazon Checkout Launches|
"Checkout by Amazon is a complete ecommerce checkout solution that provides your customers with the same secure and trusted checkout experience available on Amazon.com today."
|July 29, 2008|
|138:|| eCommerce Business Models|
"WebmasterWorld members debate the business models around eCommerce sites. Where does your site fit?"
|July 27, 2008|
|139:|| eBay Cleared By Court In Jewelry Counterfeit Case|
"In a long-awaited decision in a four-year-old trademark lawsuit against eBay brought by jeweler Tiffany and Co., Judge Richard Sullivan of the Federal District Court in Manhattan ruled Monday that the online retailer does not bear a legal responsibility to prevent its users from selling counterfeit items on its marketplace."
|July 14, 2008|
|140:|| eBay Strikes Deal with Buy.com|
"Buy.com's presence has hurt many smaller sellers that compete in those product categories."
|July 14, 2008|
|141:|| Ecommerce: Market Trends, Analysis and Observations|
"WebmasterWorld members debate the current ecommerce sales market status and prospects.
|June 25, 2008|
|142:|| EBay Open API For Merchants and Developers|
"For the first time, eBay will feature third-party applications within Selling Manager, a tool that merchants use to manage their eBay listings, the company plans to announce Monday at its annual eBay Developers Conference in Chicago."
|June 16, 2008|
|143:|| Paypal Plug-In Let's Users Shop At Any Online Merchant||June 16, 2008|
|144:|| eBay To Delay PayPal Only Move|
"Auction website eBay has delayed plans to make Australian users pay for items solely via the firm's Paypal service after the country's regulator objected."
|June 13, 2008|
|145:|| Overstock Sues New York over Internet Tax Law|
"Following the enactment of a new New York State tax law, with Overstock dropping their N.Y. based affiliates from their program, they've followed suit with Amazon's legal action and filed a suit against N.Y. State on Friday."
|June 2, 2008|
|146:|| New Law Makes Many Web Sites New York Vendors|
"The term vendor includes persons who solicit business within the state through employees, independent contractors, agents or other representatives and, by reason thereof, make sales to persons within the state of tangible personal property or services that are subject to salestax."
|May 21, 2008|
|147:|| E.U. Says, Travel Sites To Clean Up Their Act, or Face Legislation||May 8, 2008|
|148:|| EBay to end "Live Auctions" December 31st 2008|
"Live Auctions represent a throwback to traditional open outcry auctions by linking eBay users remotely to auctions moderated by live auctioneers, both in physical locations or online."
|Apr 16, 2008|
|149:|| US Online Sales Expected to Grow 17 Pct In 2008|
"The biggest online categories: apparel (due to rise by $3.9 billion, or 17%), computers (up $3.2 billion, or 15%) and autos (up $2.5 billion, or 15%)."
|Apr 9, 2008|
|150:|| eBay:Digital Downloadable Goods Must be Listed Using Classifieds|
"This policy affects items like eBooks, MP3 files, content in PDF format, recipes, etc."
|Apr 5, 2008|
|151:|| Amazon Adds Text Message Shopping: TextBuyIt|
"Amazon TextBuyIt lets people text the name of a product, its description or its UPC or ISBN to 262966 (that's "Amazon" on the keypad) from anywhere their cell phones work, including from inside physical stores."
|Apr 2, 2008|
|152:|| Malware Blamed on Data Breach|
"A massive data breach at Hannaford Brothers Cos. was caused by a "new and sophisticated" method in which software was secretly installed on servers at every one of its grocery stores, the company told Massachusetts regulators this week."
|Mar 30, 2008|
|153:|| Creative Ideas To Break 1Million Turnover|
"...he asked me if I have any creative ideas to boost his sales in the last few days so he breaks the million barrier."
|Mar 22, 2008|
|154:|| Amazon Fulfillment Web Service|
"The Amazon Fulfillment Web Service (Amazon FWS) allows merchants to tap in to Amazon's network of fulfillment centers and our expertise in logistics,"
|Mar 21, 2008|
|155:|| Ecommerce: Reducing Login Fear|
"WebmasterWorld members discuss customer login vs. anonymous purchase, and look at ways to reduce cart abandonment."
|Mar 16, 2008|
|156:|| Google's 1-1/2 Year Checkout Experiment|
"Now that the free introductory period comes to an end (all sales were processed free of charge until Feb 1st), are you planning on continuing to offer Google Checkout on your site?"
|Feb 12, 2008|
|157:|| Should Sites Include Bad Product Reviews Along Side Good Ones|
"... can one bad review stop a product from moving off the shelf?" or "...can it be tied to an upsell"?
|Jan 29, 2008|
|158:|| EBay Buy Fraud Services Company For $169 Million|
"EBay Inc. said it's buying Fraud Sciences, a privately held Israeli online risk tool provider, for $169 million in cash."
|Jan 28, 2008|
|159:|| Amazon pays $1,500 in daily fines in defiance of French law|
The company decided to pay the daily fine worth $1,500 rather than eliminate its offer of free shipping on book purchases, said Xavier Garambois, director of Amazon's French subsidiary."
|Jan 16, 2008|
|160:|| Ecommerce: The Little Things That Make You Say WOW!|
"Some ecommerce transactions fall well below expectation. I must say, few have ever fallen into this category for me. The vast majority are just vanilla. You get what you ordered in the allotted time and at the right price. And then some companies stand out. So what's the last thing that some company did that made you think, WOW?"
|Dec 30, 2007|