|Displaying Topics 1801 - 1840 (11142 total) Sorted by: Forum, Direction: forward|
|1801:|| Ecommerce: Improving Order Picking & Warehouse Management|
"Anything anyone does to ensure quality shipments would be great."
|Ecommerce||Apr 9, 2007|
|1802:|| Yahoo Introduces New Payment Feature With PayPal and eBay|
"Starting April 17, Yahoo's sponsored search results will feature a blue shopping cart icon linking to merchants that accept PayPal Express Checkout."
|Ecommerce||Apr 17, 2007|
|1803:|| Sold on eBay, Shipped by Amazon|
"Amazon.com, the online retailer, is expanding a program designed to allow independent sellers to use its network of distribution centers to store and ship their products, according to Jeffrey P. Bezos, Amazon's founder and chief executive."
|Ecommerce||Apr 27, 2007|
|1804:|| Ecommerce: Making Great Customer Service Pay|
"WebmasterWorld members discuss ways to help make customer service and support less of a chore, and more of a profit center."
|Ecommerce||May 7, 2007|
|1805:|| Top 100 Ecommerce Tips|
Add to the list of tips to make an ecommerce site outperform the competition!
|Ecommerce||June 11, 2007|
|1806:|| PayPal and The Find Shopping Engine|
"...the launch of paypal.thefind.com, a new shopping search engine built specifically to enable consumers to browse products exclusively from merchants who accept PayPal payments."
|Ecommerce||June 12, 2007|
|1807:|| Ecommerce: Is Customer Registration Helping or Hurting Your Business?|
"According to some WebmasterWorld members, it seems that registration on an ecommerce site is often a turn-off. Is registration helping or hindering your ecommerce business?"
|Ecommerce||June 12, 2007|
|1808:|| eBay in Patent Dispute Over 'Buy It Now' Button|
"A small Virginia company in a patent fight with eBay Inc. asked a federal judge Tuesday to stop the online auction powerhouse from using its "Buy It Now" feature allowing shoppers to buy items at a fixed price."
|Ecommerce||June 15, 2007|
|1809:|| eBay Takes Steps To Reinvigorate Its Auctions|
"At eBay, subtle change is about to become a thing of the past. Under pressure from analysts and investors to jump-start growth in its core auctions business, eBay is making a series of upgrades intended to make the site more friendly to buyers. In so doing, it may have to endure a torrent of criticism from more than 700,000 sellers who rely on eBay for their livelihoods and who have firm ideas of their own about how best to serve buyers."
|Ecommerce||June 18, 2007|
|1810:|| Online Sales Are Losing Steam|
"Since the inception of the Web, online commerce has enjoyed hypergrowth, with annual sales increasing more than 25 percent over all, and far more rapidly in many categories. But in the last year, growth has slowed sharply in major sectors like books, tickets and office supplies."
|Ecommerce||June 18, 2007|
|1811:|| Ecommerce: Free Shipping Pays|
"...the orders nearly doubled for over a week now."
|Ecommerce||June 25, 2007|
|1812:|| Ecommerce Site Facelift Might Not Be Worth Much|
"Should you save your investment on that site makeover for something else? WebmasterWorld members discuss the real value in an ecommerce site makeover."
|Ecommerce||July 3, 2007|
|1813:|| Ecommerce Competing In A Big Players Market||Ecommerce||July 6, 2007|
|1814:|| Best Payment Processor for Recurring Payments|
"...what is the best way to process recurring payments..."
|Ecommerce||July 27, 2007|
|1815:|| Amazon Flexible Payments Service (Amazon FPS) BETA|
"Amazon Flexible Payments Service (Amazon FPS) is the first payments service designed from the ground up specifically for developers. The set of web services APIs allows the movement of money between any two entities, humans or computers. It is built on top of Amazon's reliable and scalable payment infrastructure."
|Ecommerce||Aug 3, 2007|
|1816:|| US Supreme Court Allows Minimum Price Requirements|
"The United States Supreme Court has just cracked 100 years of antitrust jurisprudence in a decision that may profoundly affect the way consumer goods are priced in the future. This decision holds great promise -- but not without danger -- for manufacturers of virtually any type of consumer product. "
|Ecommerce||Aug 10, 2007|
|1817:|| Niche Ecommerce Sites Can Compete|
"Niche online stores are making a name for themselves by finding cool stuff, from travel deals to live event tickets to surplus electronic and other thingies, at discount prices that keep bargain hunters coming back again and again."
|Ecommerce||Aug 17, 2007|
|1818:|| 'Flick-to-Click' Shopping Drive Online Sales|
"Survey: 80 per cent found the product they wanted in a printed catalogue and then went online to place their order."
|Ecommerce||Aug 17, 2007|
|1819:|| Handling Customer Credit Card Information|
"...dollar value so high I'm not sure I really trust a payment gateway to do adequate anti-fraud verification to prevent charge backs which at that dollar value would be devastating especially early on."
|Ecommerce||Aug 28, 2007|
|1820:|| Do Shoppers Know the Top Logo is Home Link?|
Do most shoppers know that the logo in the upper left corner is a link to the home page? Do we still need to provide a text "home" link?
|Ecommerce||Sept 5, 2007|
|1821:|| US Dollar Continues to Tank - International Ecom Profoundly Affected|
"Up until now I've been eating it on the exchange rate because the American market is my largest segment, and most of my competition has not yet upped their prices. As the Canadian dollar has gone from 62 cents US to over 97 cents yesterday I'm finding it very hard to hold the line on pricing. "
|Ecommerce||Oct 21, 2007|
|1822:|| Ecommerce: How To Verify Orders Are Legitimate|
"What steps can I take to minimize the possibility that I'll be burned on this?"
|Ecommerce||Nov 2, 2007|
|1823:|| Google UK Partners In iGoogle Dynamic Retail Package|
"Google UK and retail industry partners including the Retail Bulletin, Comscore and the IAB today launched a new iGoogle tab to give retail professionals richer business and marketing insights into the retail industry and to help them connect with consumers."
|Ecommerce||Nov 14, 2007|
|1824:|| Ecommerce: Holiday Business Orders Gauge|
"WebmasterWorld members try to measure the ecommerce market performance at the start of holiday season."
|Ecommerce||Nov 17, 2007|
|1825:|| PayPal Set To Offer Secure Way To Shop On Non PayPal Sites|
"The new software utility, called the PayPal Secure Card, recognizes when a user lands on an e-commerce checkout page and automatically helps the user fill out the payment form in a secure way that also offers stepped-up fraud protections."
|Ecommerce||Nov 19, 2007|
|1826:|| Yahoo Store Goes Down, Users Frustrated||Ecommerce||Nov 26, 2007|
|1827:|| Google Checkout & PayPal Battle to Lure Holiday Buyers|
"Behind the pitched Cyber Monday battle of online retailers is the battle of the payment systems. Both Google Checkout and eBay's PayPal unveiled generous promotions today to increase their share of holiday spending."
|Ecommerce||Nov 27, 2007|
|1828:|| Tiffany & Co Argues eBay is Distribution Network For Counterfeits|
"in a weeklong bench trial in Federal District Court in Manhattan that ended last Tuesday, lawyers for Tiffany & Company argued that the online auction house was far more than that: it is a distribution network that enables the trading of counterfeit Tiffany items."
|Ecommerce||Nov 27, 2007|
|1829:|| Do Trust Seals help, are they worth the cost?|
"There has been some discussion in the forum about the value of trust seals and I wanted to post the results of some testing that's been done on my site."
|Ecommerce||Dec 4, 2007|
|1830:|| Amazon New Payment Option With 'Bill Me Later'|
"Bill Me Later is among the most widely adopted alternative payment technologies for the largest online retailers. Bill Me Later enables consumers to shop online without using a credit card and helps retailers simplify the payment experience."
|Ecommerce||Dec 11, 2007|
|1831:|| 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?"
|Ecommerce||Dec 30, 2007|
|1832:|| 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."
|Ecommerce||Jan 16, 2008|
|1833:|| 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."
|Ecommerce||Jan 28, 2008|
|1834:|| 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"?
|Ecommerce||Jan 29, 2008|
|1835:|| 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?"
|Ecommerce||Feb 12, 2008|
|1836:|| Ecommerce: Reducing Login Fear|
"WebmasterWorld members discuss customer login vs. anonymous purchase, and look at ways to reduce cart abandonment."
|Ecommerce||Mar 16, 2008|
|1837:|| 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,"
|Ecommerce||Mar 21, 2008|
|1838:|| 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."
|Ecommerce||Mar 22, 2008|
|1839:|| 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."
|Ecommerce||Mar 30, 2008|
|1840:|| 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."
|Ecommerce||Apr 2, 2008|