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  • Unwrapping the holidays

    Unwrapping the holidays

    What holiday 2012 can teach e-retailers as they prepare for 2013.

    Posted 02/04/2013Katie EvansPost a comment

    What holiday 2012 can teach e-retailers as they prepare for 2013.
  • Taste Test

    Taste Test

    With so many hooks in a sea of e-mail, only the right bait will tempt shoppers to bite.

    Posted 03/01/2012Zak StamborPost a comment

    With so many hooks in a sea of e-mail, only the right bait will tempt shoppers to bite.
  • For some e-commerce players, the web sparked considerable growth in 2008

    Offering everyday products over the web, selling overseas and taking bold expansion plans helped some retailers produce big growth numbers last year. Aeropostale, for example, grew web sales by 85% and American Apparel, 55%.

    Posted 04/01/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Offering everyday products over the web, selling overseas and taking bold expansion plans helped some retailers produce big growth numbers last year. Aeropostale, for example, grew web sales by 85% and American Apparel, 55%.
  • Apparel: Slow and steady does it

    Apparel sales on the web in the first six weeks of the year were up 15% over last year, comScore reports, reaching $6.1 billion. The growth follows full-year growth in 2002 of 15% over 2001. "Apparel will continue to be one of the category leaders," a comScore analyst says.

    Posted 03/31/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Apparel sales on the web in the first six weeks of the year were up 15% over last year, comScore reports, reaching $6.1 billion. The growth follows full-year growth in 2002 of 15% over 2001. "Apparel will continue to be one of the category leaders," a comScore analyst says.

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