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  • / Technology

    Women look for advice online before shopping in physical stores

    Online products reviews and recommendations are a major influence on female consumers, suggests a new survey.

    Posted 05/25/2010Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Online products reviews and recommendations are a major influence on female consumers, suggests a new survey.
  • / E-Retailers

    Direct marketer of books and music hires iVillage president as CEO

    Direct Brands has hired Deborah Fine, who formerly led the online women’s community iVillage, as president and CEO. Direct Brands and its sister company operate such brands as Book-of-the-Month Club and Columbia House.

    Posted 10/05/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Direct Brands has hired Deborah Fine, who formerly led the online women’s community iVillage, as president and CEO. Direct Brands and its sister company operate such brands as Book-of-the-Month Club and Columbia House.
  • / Marketing

    Former iVillage/NBC exec heads business development at Glam Media

    Glam Media, which operates the fashion and lifestyles portal and retail affiliate site Glam.com, has appointed former iVillage/NBC executive Jennifer Salant to lead business development, Glam said today.

    Posted 04/02/2007Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Glam Media, which operates the fashion and lifestyles portal and retail affiliate site Glam.com, has appointed former iVillage/NBC executive Jennifer Salant to lead business development, Glam said today.
  • / Technology

    Online educational courses help drive sales, build loyalty for Sony

    Sony’s sponsorship of online classes on iVillage and on its own site capture purchases from some 25% of course participants. Course sponsors also benefit long-term from the gratitude effect, says course developer Powered Inc.

    Posted 01/11/2007Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Sony’s sponsorship of online classes on iVillage and on its own site capture purchases from some 25% of course participants. Course sponsors also benefit long-term from the gratitude effect, says course developer Powered Inc.
  • / Press Release

    iVillage Joins and Expands CoolSavings Marketing Network

    Arrangement Gives Participating Advertisers Expanded Access to Consumers across the Internet CHICAGO--Sept. 17, 2003--CoolSavings, Inc. (OTCBB:CSAV), an online direct marketing and media company that provides smarter solutions to connect marketers to their target consumers, has announced the continued expansion of the CoolSavings Marketing Network, its Internet-based coupon network, through a recent distribution agreement with iVillage Inc....

    Posted 09/17/2003

    Arrangement Gives Participating Advertisers Expanded Access to Consumers across the Internet CHICAGO--Sept. 17, 2003--CoolSavings, Inc. (OTCBB:CSAV), an online direct marketing and media company that provides smarter solutions to connect marketers to their target consumers, has announced the…
  • / Press Release

    Google to Provide Targeted Advertising and Web Search on iVillage

    Relationship Provides Additional Revenue Opportunities NEW YORK, Aug. 6 -- iVillage Inc. (NASDAQ:IVIL) , a leading women`s media company and the number one source for women`s information online, today announced a multi-year agreement with Google, developer of the largest performance-based search advertising program. This agreement will make Google`s targeted content and search advertisements and Web search available across the iVillage Network....

    Posted 08/07/2003

    Relationship Provides Additional Revenue Opportunities NEW YORK, Aug. 6 -- iVillage Inc. (NASDAQ:IVIL) , a leading women`s media company and the number one source for women`s information online, today announced a multi-year agreement with Google, developer of the largest performance-based search…
  • / E-Retailers

    It May Take More Than An iVillage

    iVillage Inc., a producer of women's Web sites, is reportedly in talks to sell its iBaby Inc. e-commerce unit, which analysts say indicates a strategy shift for the Internet content company, according to the Wall Street Journal. Initially, iVillage hoped to turn its base of 4.9 million Web site users into iBaby customers, hoping to rival other sites such as (www.babygear.com) BabyGear.com for products such as breast pumps and strollers. Analysts...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    iVillage Inc., a producer of women's Web sites, is reportedly in talks to sell its iBaby Inc. e-commerce unit, which analysts say indicates a strategy shift for the Internet content company, according to the Wall Street Journal. Initially, iVillage hoped to turn its base of 4.9 million Web site…
  • / E-Retailers

    Styleclick Sees Smaller 1Q Loss

    Styleclick.com, a fashion e-retailer and outsourcer of content management, merchandising and Web development services, says its first-quarter loss narrowed 20 cents per share from fourth quarter 1999, coming in at nearly $4.6 million. Internet revenue increased 21% during the quarter, reaching slightly more than $1 million over fourth quarter 1999. Compared with with same period last year, total sales of $1.25 million declined 67% from $3.8...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Styleclick.com, a fashion e-retailer and outsourcer of content management, merchandising and Web development services, says its first-quarter loss narrowed 20 cents per share from fourth quarter 1999, coming in at nearly $4.6 million. Internet revenue increased 21% during the quarter, reaching…
  • / E-Retailers

    iVillage Delivers Baby Deals

    iVillage Inc. says that it will sell the commerce business assets of its iBaby.com to Babygear.com. While specific terms of the deal were not disclosed, iVillage will be taking an equity position in Babygear.com, which has committed to several five-year sponsorship agreements. Babygear.com will be featured on iVillage properties, including the iVillage.com home page, parenting and shopping channels, as well as the company's Lamaze print...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    iVillage Inc. says that it will sell the commerce business assets of its iBaby.com to Babygear.com. While specific terms of the deal were not disclosed, iVillage will be taking an equity position in Babygear.com, which has committed to several five-year sponsorship agreements. Babygear.com will be…

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