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  • / Technology

    Apparel retailers button up the best site response time

    Apparel and accessories merchants delivered the best response time to shoppers with a high broadband connection in January, says Gomez.

    Posted 02/17/2010Bill BriggsPost a comment

    Apparel and accessories merchants delivered the best response time to shoppers with a high broadband connection in January, says Gomez.
  • / E-Retailers

    Web sales growth swamped other sales channels in Q3

    Online sales of 42 publicly held retailers doing business on the web grew at a surprising 21% rate in the third quarter while total sales of those same retailers during that period grew only 1.4%, according to analysis by Internet Retailer.

    Posted 12/10/2008Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Online sales of 42 publicly held retailers doing business on the web grew at a surprising 21% rate in the third quarter while total sales of those same retailers during that period grew only 1.4%, according to analysis by Internet Retailer.
  • / Marketing

    Vertis Communications CEO to step down at year-end

    After leading Vertis through a merger, CEO Mike DuBose moves on. Stephen Dyott, former CEO of American Color Graphics, is interim vice chairman.

    Posted 12/08/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    After leading Vertis through a merger, CEO Mike DuBose moves on. Stephen Dyott, former CEO of American Color Graphics, is interim vice chairman.
  • / Marketing

    Super Bowl champs tackle social networking

    The Indianapolis Colts kick off a new web site that lets fans blog, post photos and form groups. The football team aims to help sponsors connect with the Colts’ far-flung fan base with the accuracy of a spiral pass from star quarterback Peyton Manning.

    Posted 07/19/2007Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The Indianapolis Colts kick off a new web site that lets fans blog, post photos and form groups. The football team aims to help sponsors connect with the Colts’ far-flung fan base with the accuracy of a spiral pass from star quarterback Peyton Manning.
  • / E-Retailers

    Football maven joins board of youth-oriented e-retailer dELiA’s

    Multi-channel apparel and accessories retailer dELiA’s Inc., which caters to youths aged 12 to 19, has appointed Gene Washington, director of football operations for the NFL, to its board of directors.

    Posted 10/02/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Multi-channel apparel and accessories retailer dELiA’s Inc., which caters to youths aged 12 to 19, has appointed Gene Washington, director of football operations for the NFL, to its board of directors.
  • / Marketing

    Big retailers deliver better broadband connectivity in June

    At 2.52 seconds, Zappos.com in June provided the fastest response time for shoppers accessing the site using a high broadband connection, says Gomez. Zappos was followed by Dell, Scholastic, OfficeMax and Foot Locker.

    Posted 07/18/2006Mark BrohanPost a comment

    At 2.52 seconds, Zappos.com in June provided the fastest response time for shoppers accessing the site using a high broadband connection, says Gomez. Zappos was followed by Dell, Scholastic, OfficeMax and Foot Locker.
  • Let your fingers do the walking--on a keyboard

    Of the top three reasons consumers use web sites, Nos. 1 and 3 are not to buy--they are to research products and find a store. No. 2 is to buy.

    Posted 05/23/2002Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Of the top three reasons consumers use web sites, Nos. 1 and 3 are not to buy--they are to research products and find a store. No. 2 is to buy.
  • / Technology

    Sport Supply Group to manage online store for American Youth Football

    Sport Supply Group Inc. will manage American Youth Football`s on-line store and market the company`s products to 60,000 participants in 34 states.

    Posted 10/16/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Sport Supply Group Inc. will manage American Youth Football`s on-line store and market the company`s products to 60,000 participants in 34 states.
  • / Marketing

    MVP.com Buys Outdoor Niche

    Chicago-based online sports retailer MVP.com today announced plans to acquire Boulder, Colo.-based PlanetOutdoors.com to build its outdoor sporting gear category. MVP.com, whose advisory board is led by leading sports figures Wayne Gretzky, Michael Jordan and John Elway, plans to promote the PlanetOutdoors.com site as well as its connection through the MVP.com site. PlanetOutdoors.comâs financial backers will invest in additional funding in the...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Chicago-based online sports retailer MVP.com today announced plans to acquire Boulder, Colo.-based PlanetOutdoors.com to build its outdoor sporting gear category. MVP.com, whose advisory board is led by leading sports figures Wayne Gretzky, Michael Jordan and John Elway, plans to promote the…
  • A not-so super day for Web ads

    A sock puppet singing the praises of Pets.com took home the trophy for best Super Bowl ad by an Internet retailer. But other Web businesses plunking down $2.2 million for 30-second spots didn’t even play in the same league, and that leaves analysts questioning whether the mass audience is the right place for tightly niched e-commerce. “Consumers didn’t latch on to dot-coms that advertised during the Super Bowl,” says Robert Labatt, an analyst for...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    A sock puppet singing the praises of Pets.com took home the trophy for best Super Bowl ad by an Internet retailer. But other Web businesses plunking down $2.2 million for 30-second spots didn’t even play in the same league, and that leaves analysts questioning whether the mass audience is the…

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