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  • Friends or Foes?

    Friends or Foes?

    Weeding out the bad while cultivating the good improves affiliate sales harvests.

    Posted 11/01/2012Thad RueterPost a comment

    Weeding out the bad while cultivating the good improves affiliate sales harvests.

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  • Niche dot-coms find common ways to grow in the valley of e-giants

    Can retailing get much more Biblical than it does on the Internet? Tiny dot-coms go toe-to-toe in the same arena with giants. And the giants fall, usually more through their own doing than because of rock-slinging David.coms. In fact, many of those smaller dot-coms are not looking to topple the giant, but merely to avoid getting squashed under foot. Small companies selling online in categories dominated by giants such as Amazon.com focus on...

    Posted 01/31/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Can retailing get much more Biblical than it does on the Internet? Tiny dot-coms go toe-to-toe in the same arena with giants. And the giants fall, usually more through their own doing than because of rock-slinging David.coms. In fact, many of those smaller dot-coms are not looking to topple the…

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  • Another year of record sales

    At the age of 10, the online retailing industry continues its robust growthBy Kurt PetersThe story in the online retailing industry for the past year is the same old story-but what a story.Sales so far this year are up 25% over a year ago, reaching $30.3 billion in the first five months from $24.3 billion a year ago, according to numbers from comScore Networks Inc. If that growth holds, online sales will reach $81 billion this year, nearly double...

    Posted 03/24/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    At the age of 10, the online retailing industry continues its robust growthBy Kurt PetersThe story in the online retailing industry for the past year is the same old story-but what a story.Sales so far this year are up 25% over a year ago, reaching $30.3 billion in the first five months from $24.3…
  • SPONSORED WHITE PAPER: Developing international sales—the painless way

    CosmeticMall.com, one of the earliest online beauty retailers, has had a successful run on the Internet. But president and founder Jay Katz is never one to sit still and continue to do things as they’ve always been done. And so as he was looking for new growth avenues his eye settled on international sales. “We were using all the standard online marketing tools-shopping portals, search engines, affiliate networks-and we were looking for what’s...

    Posted 06/02/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    CosmeticMall.com, one of the earliest online beauty retailers, has had a successful run on the Internet. But president and founder Jay Katz is never one to sit still and continue to do things as they’ve always been done. And so as he was looking for new growth avenues his eye settled on…
  • SPONSORED SUPPLEMENT: Creating the e-commerce platform of the future

    In the rapidly changing world of Internet retailing, e-commerce platforms become outdated within a few years. As e-retailers look to enhance the customer shopping experience and deepen customer relationships, many are realizing that simply modifying their existing e-commerce platforms will not be enough as any such fixes are apt to be short-term.Besides, e-commerce platforms that are cobbled together tend to be built on closed architecture, which...

    Posted 06/01/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    In the rapidly changing world of Internet retailing, e-commerce platforms become outdated within a few years. As e-retailers look to enhance the customer shopping experience and deepen customer relationships, many are realizing that simply modifying their existing e-commerce platforms will not be…
  • Going for the top spot

    Google`s new policy limiting the paid ads it will show per keyword per URL stands to have a major impact on those sponsoring paid Google AdWords, but it remains to be seen exactly how it will shake out.

    Posted 02/01/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Google`s new policy limiting the paid ads it will show per keyword per URL stands to have a major impact on those sponsoring paid Google AdWords, but it remains to be seen exactly how it will shake out.
  • The New Wal-Mart?

    In nine years, Amazon.com has become the giant of the Internet. Much like the way Wal-Mart transformed offline retailing, Amazon is setting the pace online, in merchandising, pricing, technology and many other fields.

    Posted 05/05/2004Internet Retailer1 comments

    In nine years, Amazon.com has become the giant of the Internet. Much like the way Wal-Mart transformed offline retailing, Amazon is setting the pace online, in merchandising, pricing, technology and many other fields.
  • Hitting the links

    It takes a strong blend of art and science to find and develop the right web affiliates.

    Posted 11/01/2011Paul DemeryPost a comment

    It takes a strong blend of art and science to find and develop the right web affiliates.
  • Business Unusual

    Whether you grumbled, yawned or crossed your fingers over the recent exploits of crackers, carders and thieves on the Internet, you have to admit that security has become the year’s sleeper issue. It’s time to wake up, if only because the potential cost in diminished public confidence is spread equally among Internet merchants. Even though security experts doubt these acts of vandalism will slow the momentum of online shopping, the Internet...

    Posted 02/09/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Whether you grumbled, yawned or crossed your fingers over the recent exploits of crackers, carders and thieves on the Internet, you have to admit that security has become the year’s sleeper issue. It’s time to wake up, if only because the potential cost in diminished public confidence is spread…
  • Rakuten makes new e-commerce investments

    Rakuten makes new e-commerce investments

    The Japanese e-commerce company that bought Buy.com for $250 million in 2010, continues to invest in North American and European e-commerce companies.

    Posted 10/01/2012Thad RueterPost a comment

    The Japanese e-commerce company that bought Buy.com for $250 million in 2010, continues to invest in North American and European e-commerce companies.

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