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  • / Technology

    Animated American Greetings e-cards talk it up

    AmericanGreetings.com customers can now send e-cards featuring their own voices thanks to a partnership with vendor Oddcast.

    Posted 11/20/2009Zak StamborPost a comment

    AmericanGreetings.com customers can now send e-cards featuring their own voices thanks to a partnership with vendor Oddcast.
  • / Technology

    New online gift cards help The Container Store better target customers

    The multichannel retailer this week began offering online gift cards that allow it to track and analyze shopping behavior of consumers and offer more personalized recommendations.

    Posted 11/19/2009Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The multichannel retailer this week began offering online gift cards that allow it to track and analyze shopping behavior of consumers and offer more personalized recommendations.
  • / Technology

    Home Depot builds a new interactive gift card strategy

    By letting shoppers personalize gift cards online, including with their own uploaded photos, Home Depot expects to increase the rate of card redemption and drive more incremental sales, director of gift card programs Michael Homiak says.

    Posted 11/05/2009Paul DemeryPost a comment

    By letting shoppers personalize gift cards online, including with their own uploaded photos, Home Depot expects to increase the rate of card redemption and drive more incremental sales, director of gift card programs Michael Homiak says.
  • American Greetings unveils the first sites in its niche strategy

    American Greetings has launched HatterChatter.com and BloombyAG.com, the first two of a series of specialized web sites to go after niche markets. Both sites offer annual subscriptions for unlimited e-cards.

    Posted 08/26/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    American Greetings has launched HatterChatter.com and BloombyAG.com, the first two of a series of specialized web sites to go after niche markets. Both sites offer annual subscriptions for unlimited e-cards.
  • American Greetings greets women with two new e-card sites

    AG Interactive will launch a new pair of paid content web sites aimed at specific segments of female web shoppers and Internet users. The new sites will target two groups of female Internet users: women over 50 and women between the ages of 25 and 40.

    Posted 08/10/2005Mark BrohanPost a comment

    AG Interactive will launch a new pair of paid content web sites aimed at specific segments of female web shoppers and Internet users. The new sites will target two groups of female Internet users: women over 50 and women between the ages of 25 and 40.
  • / Technology

    WalMart.com and Hallmark team up with a new photo and card service

    WalMart.com is offering digital cards from Hallmark Cards. WalMart.com photo customers can combine their photos with Hallmark cards and have the cards printed and mailed.

    Posted 10/16/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    WalMart.com is offering digital cards from Hallmark Cards. WalMart.com photo customers can combine their photos with Hallmark cards and have the cards printed and mailed.
  • / Technology

    Feds Say Up to 90% of Memorabilia Is Fake

    Think that autographed Mark McGwire baseball that you've been eyeing on an online auction site is a steal? Buy it, and you just might be right, according to U.S. law enforcement officials. A federal investigation shows that 50% to 90% of memorabilia being sold in today's $1 billion market could be fake. During a recent investigation that ended on April 11, the U.S. Attorney's Office, FBI and Internal Revenue Service busted a multimillion-dollar...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Think that autographed Mark McGwire baseball that you've been eyeing on an online auction site is a steal? Buy it, and you just might be right, according to U.S. law enforcement officials. A federal investigation shows that 50% to 90% of memorabilia being sold in today's $1 billion market could be…
  • / Marketing

    New Online Card Technology To Use Audio Signals

    Tel-Aviv, Israel-based ComSense Technologies Ltd. is touting a new card technology that allows users to send secure transaction information through the audio capture device on a computer instead of inputting card information over the keyboard. The ComDot Internet card already is used by a few hundred online traders in Israel, says Alon Atsmon, CEO. Currently the company is working with undisclosed partners to develop the technology within a card...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Tel-Aviv, Israel-based ComSense Technologies Ltd. is touting a new card technology that allows users to send secure transaction information through the audio capture device on a computer instead of inputting card information over the keyboard. The ComDot Internet card already is used by a few…

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