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  • E-commerce gets a seat at the table

    E-commerce gets a seat at the table

    Retail chains are giving e-commerce executives more responsibility to help bolster their bottom lines.

    Posted 06/01/2016Matt LindnerPost a comment

    Retail chains are giving e-commerce executives more responsibility to help bolster their bottom lines.

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  • Evolving analytics

    Evolving analytics

    Retailers using more intuitive and action-oriented analytics tools are realizing gains in sales and marketing efficiency.

    Posted 12/31/2015Sandra GuyPost a comment

    Retailers using more intuitive and action-oriented analytics tools are realizing gains in sales and marketing efficiency.

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  • Tapping into convenience

    Tapping into convenience

    Alcohol is one product that’s been relatively untouched by e-commerce. But that’s changing as startups and Amazon seek to make it easy for shoppers to get alcohol delivered fast.

    Posted 12/31/2015Zak StamborPost a comment

    Alcohol is one product that’s been relatively untouched by e-commerce. But that’s changing as startups and Amazon seek to make it easy for shoppers to get alcohol delivered fast.
  • Clear results

    Clear results

    Testing mobile sites before releasing them helps retailers ensure their customers will be satisfied.

    Posted 12/31/2015Tracy MaplePost a comment

    Testing mobile sites before releasing them helps retailers ensure their customers will be satisfied.
  • B2B Recipe for success

    B2B Recipe for success

    Global Sugar Art walks the line between B2B and consumer sales from a single site.

    Posted 05/01/2015Nona TepperPost a comment

    Global Sugar Art walks the line between B2B and consumer sales from a single site.

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  • Back to you

    Back to you

    E-retailers selling internationally are bound to have returns and figuring out how to handle them can prove challenging.

    Posted 10/31/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    E-retailers selling internationally are bound to have returns and figuring out how to handle them can prove challenging.
  • Sponsored Special Report: The Holiday Rush

    Sponsored Special Report: The Holiday Rush

    A sponsored special report on the technologies and services that can help make e-retailers’ holiday sales merry and bright.

    Posted 08/04/2014Internet RetailerPost a comment

    A sponsored special report on the technologies and services that can help make e-retailers’ holiday sales merry and bright.

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  • E-grocery games

    E-grocery games

    Grocery sales online in the United States have grown slowly relative to other product categories, but Winder Farms is expanding with an approach that’s different from most of its web competitors.

    Posted 06/02/2014Madeline C. AndrePost a comment

    Grocery sales online in the United States have grown slowly relative to other product categories, but Winder Farms is expanding with an approach that’s different from most of its web competitors.

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  • The Bitcoin bet

    The Bitcoin bet

    Enthusiasts say the digital currency is ready for widespread acceptance, and several big- name e-retailers now accept bitcoin as payment. But is there another side of this coin?

    Posted 06/02/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Enthusiasts say the digital currency is ready for widespread acceptance, and several big- name e-retailers now accept bitcoin as payment. But is there another side of this coin?

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  • Bursting at the seams

    Bursting at the seams

    Many online shoppers received Christmas orders late in December, highlighting the strain growth is putting on the e-retail fulfillment infrastructure. Retailers are working to prevent a recurrence this year.

    Posted 04/02/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    Many online shoppers received Christmas orders late in December, highlighting the strain growth is putting on the e-retail fulfillment infrastructure. Retailers are working to prevent a recurrence this year.
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