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1801: new post   eCommerce: More Profit Lower Sales, Volume Sales Lower Profit
WebmasterWorld Members discuss an approach to eCommerce sales of low pricing to win volume sales, or higher profit with fewer sales.
EcommerceAug 3, 2012
1802: new post   eBay To Test Same-Day Shipping With 'eBay Now'
Those invited will get prioritized for access before general signups.
EcommerceAug 6, 2012
1803: new post   How to fire an employee
What is the best procedure to follow when considering firing an employee?
EcommerceOct 6, 2012
1804: new post   E.U. Commissioner Makes Clear, Do-Not-Track Must Be 'Rich and Meaningful'
"Standardisation work is not going according to plan. In fact, I am increasingly concerned,"
EcommerceOct 11, 2012
1805: new post   UK's Online Retailers Told To Change Websites To Meet Consumer Laws
More than a third of the UK's top online retailers could be breaking consumer laws, the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has said.
EcommerceOct 12, 2012
1806: new post   eCommerce: The Pros and Cons Of Amazon Product Ads
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the pros and cons of Amazon product ads, and the data shared with Amazon.
EcommerceOct 26, 2012
1807: new post   PayPal Adds Price Matching, Credit, and Return Shipping
If the item you purchase is advertised for lower with any merchant within 30 days of purchase, you can receive a reimbursement for the difference.[br][br]It doesn't matter if you bought the item online, in a store or a new item from eBay's Top-rated sellers using "Buy It Now".
EcommerceNov 2, 2012
1808: new post   Patent Troll Shopping Cart Blocked By Newegg Appeal
The company's plan to extract a patent tax of about one percent of revenue from a huge swath of online retailers was snuffed out last week...
EcommerceJan 28, 2013
1809: new post   Google Merchant Center: Has CPC Made It Tougher For Small eCommerce Businesses
"...when I look up an item the main merchants I see taking over this space are the giants like Amazon, Walmart, Sears, Rakuten, etc..."
EcommerceFeb 12, 2013
1810: new post   Amazon Facing Anger Over Fees Hike For Third Party Traders
Amazon is facing a revolt from small traders as the internet retailer that describes itself as "Earth's most customer-centric" company plans to impose a wave of fee hikes on third parties that use its network to sell consumer electronics, automotive parts and other goods in the UK and across Europe.
EcommerceMar 28, 2013
1811: new post   Mozilla Pushes On With Plans For Common Web API For Payments
Mozilla is working with payment vendors and the W3C standards body to create a common API to make online payments, both on desktop and mobile, easier and more secure.
EcommerceApr 5, 2013
1812: new post   US Senate Passes Internet Sales Tax Bill
The US Senate sided with financially strapped state and local governments Monday by passing an internet sales tax bill. Some smaller online retailers may be exempt.
EcommerceMay 7, 2013
1813: new post   Are You Preparing For (U.S.) Sales Tax Collection?
WebmasterWorld Members discuss aspects of preparing Ecommerce sites for potential Sales Tax Collection requirements.
EcommerceMay 8, 2013
1814: new post   Google Confirms Checkout To Close In Six Months
Webmasters have six months notice of Checkout closing as Google transitions to Wallet.
EcommerceMay 22, 2013
1815: new post   Why Loyal Customers Write Bad Reviews
According to a recent survey, contrary to common perception, the sources of the fake reviews came from actual customers, not from competitors.
EcommerceJuly 29, 2013
1816: new post   Online Sales For Big Retailers May Not Be As Strong As Suggested
Have the online only ecommerce sites developed such a strong brand that even the big retailers are struggling to compete?
EcommerceAug 28, 2013
1817: new post   Yahoo Europe Adds PPC Provider
"... Espotting will be on all the biggest Yahoo´s in Europe. This makes the list add up to:
UK, Ireland, Germany, France, Spain and Italy covering around 2,5 billion queries a year."
European Search EnginesJan 10, 2002
1818: new post   Refresh : European SEO strategy primer
One of the best overviews ever put together on European Search Engine Optimization.
European Search EnginesJan 14, 2002
1819: new post   PPC Scene in Europe.
"...Overture is entering Germany, France and UK through a partnership with regional AOL´s. A while ago we reported that Espotting was entering UK, Ireland, Germany, Spain and Italy through regional Yahoo´s."
European Search EnginesJan 30, 2002
1820: new post   German keyword suggestion tool is up
Overture adds a German lanugage edition of the classic Overture tool.
European Search EnginesFeb 20, 2002
1821: new post   Espotting heading to Italy and Spain Q3 2002
"In Q3 2002 Espotting opens offices in Italy and Spain."
European Search EnginesMar 2, 2002
1822: new post   Euroseek Sold on Ebay
Search engines attain commodity status as a major European se is sold on Ebay.
European Search EnginesMar 12, 2002
1823: new post   Looksmart France Goes To Google
"...Looksmart France uses Google for websearches extending their directory listings."
European Search EnginesMar 28, 2002
1824: new post   Big Changes at Fireball.de
"One of the best known German search engines is going through major organizational changes..."
European Search EnginesMar 28, 2002
1825: new post   Off the beaten track - PPC in Italy
Where are some of the results coming from?
European Search EnginesMar 30, 2002
1826: new post   Is there a future for paid directories in Europe?
Can the paid directory inclusion model continue to work in Europe?
European Search EnginesApr 2, 2002
1827: new post   Fireball.de Resurrection
Fireball.de lives! After all the confusion with contradictory signals from owner Lycos starting today Fireball has come out with a completely overhauled site and a new ranking.
European Search EnginesApr 3, 2002
1828: new post   Euroseek Directory Now Live.
"You can now submit pages to euroseeks directory at no cost."
European Search EnginesMay 14, 2002
1829: new post   Yahoo goes PFI in Norway
"Yahoo Norway has finally gone PFI for commercial sites."
European Search EnginesJuly 6, 2002
1830: new post   Espotting extends reach in Spain & Italy
"Espotting now has announced the extension of the partnership with Altavista for Italy, Spain and France."
European Search EnginesJuly 6, 2002
1831: new post   Fast on Nomade/Tiscali in France
Tiscali in France appears to have switched to Fast based results.
European Search EnginesJuly 9, 2002
1832: new post   Overture France Online
Although reach through partners is rather slim by now the introduction of the bid tool and the suggestion tool are good news for webmasters targeting France.
European Search EnginesJuly 22, 2002
1833: new post   Espotting Lands Lycos Europe
Lycos Europe has signed a new deal pan-european with Espotting. Espotting is going to provide PPC listings to Lycos channel and directory sections."
European Search EnginesJuly 29, 2002
1834: new post   Internet Penetration in Europe
General survey on European net numbers.
European Search EnginesSept 2, 2002
1835: new post   European Search Engine Chart
Mapping the complex relationships of search engines in Europe.
European Search EnginesSept 16, 2002
1836: new post   Translation for European Languages
Where to start and who to do it?
European Search EnginesOct 23, 2002
1837: new post   Mass Block of Spain's Internet Sites Fading to Black
An oppressive new government censorship and ecommerce law is causing hundreds of websites to close down in Spain. Many other ecommerce sites are blocking sales to Spain because they can't comply with the new law.
European Search EnginesOct 29, 2002
1838: new post   Yahoo Europe Goes Google
Default Google SERPS on all Euro Yahoos except UK.
European Search EnginesDec 17, 2002
1839: new post   Domains Count For Europe
Approximate count of domains in Europe.
European Search EnginesDec 31, 2002
1840: new post   Meta Search Engine Vivisimo Opens German Site
German sources are Dino, Nathan, and Fireball...Other searches include Google via Netscape, Fast via Lycos, AV, INK and LS, so no German engines are necessary in the first place.
European Search EnginesJan 13, 2003
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