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Google is attempting a significant push into the European retail industry with plans to launch a service aimed at giving traditional bricks-and-mortar retailers a base from which to market and sell their goods online.
The US-based search engine company plans to develop Google Base, a product still in testing, into an online retail platform. The service would give retailers access to the hundreds of millions of Google users.
Financial Times Story Link Courtesy of MSN [msnbc.msn.com]
recently ive been buying things online because the brick and mortar business here in the EU have been a) too expensive, b) unhelpful and rude, c) "never heard of that product and no i cant order it"
i got stuff off ebay and through froogle.co.uk at rediculous prices and spent time on the phone with people selling this stuff.
to me this isnt necessarily e-commerce, its just hooking up buyers with sellers