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  • Amazon has big growth plans

    / E-Retailers

    Amazon has big growth plans

    The e-retailer is paying close attention to business-to-business e-commerce, offering new sales vehicles for marketplace sellers and considering new product categories, says a top executive. “If there’s something you’ve bought offline that you weren’t able to buy online, we’re probably thinking about that,” says Sebastian Gunningham, senior vice president of seller services.

    Posted 03/12/2014Zak StamborPost a comment

    The e-retailer is paying close attention to business-to-business e-commerce, offering new sales vehicles for marketplace sellers and considering new product categories, says a top executive. “If there’s something you’ve bought offline that you weren’t able to buy online, we’re probably…

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  • Will Amazon develop its own delivery fleet?

    / E-Retailers

    Will Amazon develop its own delivery fleet?

    Yes, said ChannelAdvisor CEO Scot Wingo this morning in his keynote address at the annual ChannelAdvisor Catalyst conference in Las Vegas.

    Posted 03/11/2014Zak StamborPost a comment

    Yes, said ChannelAdvisor CEO Scot Wingo this morning in his keynote address at the annual ChannelAdvisor Catalyst conference in Las Vegas.

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  • A shorter route to China

    / E-Commerce Solution Providers

    A shorter route to China

    ChannelAdvisor announced today a deal designed to make it easier for U.S. merchants to sell online in China. The agreement with Alibaba Group Holding, China’s dominant e-commerce marketplace operator, paves the way for retailers to sell on Tmall Global, a web site where international merchants sell directly to Chinese online shoppers.

    Posted 03/11/2014Zak StamborPost a comment

    ChannelAdvisor announced today a deal designed to make it easier for U.S. merchants to sell online in China. The agreement with Alibaba Group Holding, China’s dominant e-commerce marketplace operator, paves the way for retailers to sell on Tmall Global, a web site where international merchants…

    Related Content:Tmall Global | Channeladvisor | Zak

  • eBay changes the way it rates sellers

    / Technology

    eBay changes the way it rates sellers

    A single “transaction defect rate” replaces four separate measures, the online marketplace says. Sellers with better ratings will appear higher in eBay search results. The changes take full effect in late August, though merchants will start to see some of them over the coming weeks, eBay says.

    Posted 03/11/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    A single “transaction defect rate” replaces four separate measures, the online marketplace says. Sellers with better ratings will appear higher in eBay search results. The changes take full effect in late August, though merchants will start to see some of them over the coming weeks, eBay says.

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