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  • The Top 500 Guide

    A summary of Internet Retailer`s annual ranking of the largest online retailers. This year`s numbers show that the 500 largest e-retailers account for 63% of all online sales.

    Posted 05/31/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    A summary of Internet Retailer`s annual ranking of the largest online retailers. This year`s numbers show that the 500 largest e-retailers account for 63% of all online sales.

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  • Bass Pro Shops fishes for more margin at comparison shopping sites

    With a new system from Mercent that uses Coremetrics analytics data, Bass Pro Shops can target its ad spending on particular products to the comparison shopping sites shown to be most effective in selling those products. The system shows Bass Pro all the products a shopper clicked while browsing as well as the products purchased.

    Posted 03/30/2007Internet RetailerPost a comment

    With a new system from Mercent that uses Coremetrics analytics data, Bass Pro Shops can target its ad spending on particular products to the comparison shopping sites shown to be most effective in selling those products. The system shows Bass Pro all the products a shopper clicked while browsing as…

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  • Fighting to be Fresh

    SARS and the growing need to be first to market are boosting the web’s role in the supply chain.

    Posted 05/28/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    SARS and the growing need to be first to market are boosting the web’s role in the supply chain.
  • SPONSORED SUPPLEMENT: The future of e-retailing technology

    Since technology provides one of the largest points of differentiation in e-retailing, retailers that adopt the latest innovations and properly use them are likely to have the most successful web sites based on sales and the highest levels of customer loyalty.“Consumers expect e-retailers to give them not just the ability to buy, but helpful content such as how tos, product reviews, blogs and more,” says Jacqueline Methling, e-commerce sales...

    Posted 02/27/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Since technology provides one of the largest points of differentiation in e-retailing, retailers that adopt the latest innovations and properly use them are likely to have the most successful web sites based on sales and the highest levels of customer loyalty.“Consumers expect e-retailers to give…

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  • Clicking on all cylinders

    A new generation of site design probes deep into the consumer mind - and deeper into web pages.

    Posted 07/27/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    A new generation of site design probes deep into the consumer mind - and deeper into web pages.
  • Crossing the Channel

    Nordstrom undertakes a huge, years-long I.T. infrastructure project to help create a seamless shopping experience across three channels.

    Posted 02/01/2007Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Nordstrom undertakes a huge, years-long I.T. infrastructure project to help create a seamless shopping experience across three channels.

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  • The Levi Lesson

    With brands so brawny that it needed a pair of Internet stores for selling them, Levi Strauss & Co. looked every bit like a New Economy upstart a year ago. Not only did the jeans maker seem to “get” e-commerce, but it was willing to step on the toes of retailers already selling its products to prove the point. In a controversial move, Levi made its sites the sole source for buying its denim and Dockers online. A year later, the company’s...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    With brands so brawny that it needed a pair of Internet stores for selling them, Levi Strauss & Co. looked every bit like a New Economy upstart a year ago. Not only did the jeans maker seem to “get” e-commerce, but it was willing to step on the toes of retailers already selling its products to…

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  • DigiScents builds a business model on trying to make web sites come up smelling like a rose

    DigiScents says shoppers will follow their noses to the checkout aisle.

    Posted 02/28/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    DigiScents says shoppers will follow their noses to the checkout aisle.

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  • Order up!

    E-commerce systems don’t always communicate well with inventory and financial software. Building that link can boost profits.

    Posted 10/30/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    E-commerce systems don’t always communicate well with inventory and financial software. Building that link can boost profits.

    Related Content:B2b Trends

  • The end looms for Netcentives

    Netcentives has field for voluntary bankruptcy at the same time it announced a multi-million-dollar licensing agreement.

    Posted 11/01/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Netcentives has field for voluntary bankruptcy at the same time it announced a multi-million-dollar licensing agreement.

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