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  • Fighting the web with the web

    Fighting the web with the web

    Retail chains know smartphone-toting consumers use stores as showrooms. Rather than fight the trend, many seek to turn the web to their advantage.

    Posted 06/01/2012Kevin WoodwardPost a comment

    Retail chains know smartphone-toting consumers use stores as showrooms. Rather than fight the trend, many seek to turn the web to their advantage.
  • BIG...and getting bigger

    Like e-retailing, the Internet Retailer Conference & Exhibition keeps getting bigger. Ensuring growth by wowing the customer was the focus of much of the discussion at the show.

    Posted 07/30/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Like e-retailing, the Internet Retailer Conference & Exhibition keeps getting bigger. Ensuring growth by wowing the customer was the focus of much of the discussion at the show.
  • Sporting Goods Sites give customers bragging rights

    Sports enthusiasts love to talk about their triumphs, and more sporting goods e-retailers are making it possible for them to tell not just their friends about their exploits but the whole world.

    Posted 11/30/2007Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Sports enthusiasts love to talk about their triumphs, and more sporting goods e-retailers are making it possible for them to tell not just their friends about their exploits but the whole world.
  • Where’s My Package?

    New rules at the U.S. Postal Service create new challenges for retailers

    Posted 08/30/2007Internet RetailerPost a comment

    New rules at the U.S. Postal Service create new challenges for retailers
  • Strengthening the customer/e-retailer bond

    Tiny desktop applications called widgets pack a lot of power in linking retailers to customers—and they don’t cost very much.

    Posted 08/29/2007Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Tiny desktop applications called widgets pack a lot of power in linking retailers to customers—and they don’t cost very much.
  • Cell selling

    The new capacities of mobile devices and a cultural shift promise to re-shape online retailing.

    Posted 09/01/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    The new capacities of mobile devices and a cultural shift promise to re-shape online retailing.

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