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  • / Technology

    E-marketplace Alice.com signs up more than 150 consumer goods manufacturers

    The e-marketplace for consumer packaged goods is adding several clients per week to its community of manufacturers who sell directly to consumers. Alice.com has also developed separate retail e-commerce sites for more than 30 manufacturers.

    Posted 03/16/2010Zak StamborPost a comment

    The e-marketplace for consumer packaged goods is adding several clients per week to its community of manufacturers who sell directly to consumers. Alice.com has also developed separate retail e-commerce sites for more than 30 manufacturers.
  • / Press Release

    Alice.com Launches New Service for Household Essentials Online

    First-of-Its-Kind Industry Platform Allows Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) Manufacturers to Sell Directly to Consumers MIDDLETON, WI-June 23, 2009 - Alice.com (www.Alice.com) today unveiled the public beta of its service that gives consumers a better way to buy household essentials online. The service combines always-free shipping and competitive pricing into a reorder queue that makes it easy to avoid the chore of running out to the store. Instead...

    Posted 06/29/2009

    First-of-Its-Kind Industry Platform Allows Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) Manufacturers to Sell Directly to Consumers MIDDLETON, WI-June 23, 2009 - Alice.com (www.Alice.com) today unveiled the public beta of its service that gives consumers a better way to buy household essentials online. The…
  • Lots of Choices

    With the explosion of comparison shopping sites, merchants get more options. The challenge: find the winners.

    Posted 10/30/2007Internet RetailerPost a comment

    With the explosion of comparison shopping sites, merchants get more options. The challenge: find the winners.
  • The Knot hitches up with Jellyfish for “smack” shopping

    Wedding supplies retailer The Knot attracted thousands of shoppers to a co-branded “Smack Shopping” show Friday hosted by Jellyfish.com, the companies say. Smack show prices drop steadily over a set period, but shoppers must buy before time runs out.

    Posted 08/28/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    Wedding supplies retailer The Knot attracted thousands of shoppers to a co-branded “Smack Shopping” show Friday hosted by Jellyfish.com, the companies say. Smack show prices drop steadily over a set period, but shoppers must buy before time runs out.
  • / Technology

    Smack Shopper goes 24x7 with social/auction/game show concept

    Smack Shopper, which began testing last fall an online auction that lets shoppers chat with each other as they bid, has unveiled an around-the-clock schedule featuring themes like golf, apparel and home décor.

    Posted 05/29/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    Smack Shopper, which began testing last fall an online auction that lets shoppers chat with each other as they bid, has unveiled an around-the-clock schedule featuring themes like golf, apparel and home décor.
  • / Press Release

    Jellyfish.com Partners with Channel Intelligence

    Channel Intelligence Merchants Now Have Easy Access to Jellyfish Cost Per Action Search Engine MADISON, WISCONSIN – April 30, 2007 – Jellyfish.com, the Internet’s first comparison shopping search engine to operate exclusively on a Cost Per Action (CPA) ad model, today announced that its system is fully accessible to Channel Intelligence’s impressive stable of merchant partners through Channel Intelligence’s SellCast™ Retailer Solutions. The...

    Posted 05/04/2007

    Channel Intelligence Merchants Now Have Easy Access to Jellyfish Cost Per Action Search Engine MADISON, WISCONSIN – April 30, 2007 – Jellyfish.com, the Internet’s first comparison shopping search engine to operate exclusively on a Cost Per Action (CPA) ad model, today announced that its…
  • Jellyfish.com gets $5 million in funding

    Jellyfish.com, a new pay-per-sale comparison shopping engine, has secured $5 million in funding led by private equity funds Kegonsa Capital Partners and Clyde Street Investments.

    Posted 10/27/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Jellyfish.com, a new pay-per-sale comparison shopping engine, has secured $5 million in funding led by private equity funds Kegonsa Capital Partners and Clyde Street Investments.

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