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  • Netflix re-tunes its revenue picture to balance the costs of streaming and mailing

    Netflix has changed its subscription rates to better balance the revenue and cost related to a shift in consumer demand from mailed DVDs to movie content streamed over the Internet.

    Posted 07/31/2011Allison EnrightPost a comment

    Netflix has changed its subscription rates to better balance the revenue and cost related to a shift in consumer demand from mailed DVDs to movie content streamed over the Internet.
  • The ill wind of high gasoline prices blows some good to online retailers

    First quarter web sales rose nearly 12% year over year, making it the second consecutive quarter of double-digit growth and sixth quarter in a row of year-over-year growth. U.S. web sales reached $38 billion in Q1, up from $34 billion a year earlier.

    Posted 05/31/2011Allison EnrightPost a comment

    First quarter web sales rose nearly 12% year over year, making it the second consecutive quarter of double-digit growth and sixth quarter in a row of year-over-year growth. U.S. web sales reached $38 billion in Q1, up from $34 billion a year earlier.
  • The Groupon effect

    The Groupon effect

    Social coupon sites provide a new kind of web marketing tool for merchants big and small, online and offline.

    Posted 01/01/2011Zak Stambor1 comments

    Social coupon sites provide a new kind of web marketing tool for merchants big and small, online and offline.
  • Books/Film/Music

    Teaching an old category new tricks

    Posted 11/21/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Teaching an old category new tricks
  • Satisfying Customers

    Larry Freed, CEO of ForeSee Results, explains why consumers are less satisfied with Top 100 retailers—and what the retailers can do about it.

    Posted 05/29/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Larry Freed, CEO of ForeSee Results, explains why consumers are less satisfied with Top 100 retailers—and what the retailers can do about it.
  • Take My API—Please

    By opening up access to product and pricing data, retailers can spread their presence across the web.

    Posted 05/29/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    By opening up access to product and pricing data, retailers can spread their presence across the web.

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  • Amazon, Netflix tune web-to-TV video

    Amazon rolled out in September a system that allows consumers to watch movies and TV shows through their web browsers without downloading files. Netflix is working with partners to bring out devices for streaming video from Netflix.com to TV sets.

    Posted 09/30/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Amazon rolled out in September a system that allows consumers to watch movies and TV shows through their web browsers without downloading files. Netflix is working with partners to bring out devices for streaming video from Netflix.com to TV sets.
  • Satisfied and Buying

    ForeSee Results measures the top online retailers’ success in making browsers happy and enticing them to consider a purchase.

    Posted 05/30/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    ForeSee Results measures the top online retailers’ success in making browsers happy and enticing them to consider a purchase.
  • Blockbuster turns to the web for new growth

    Blockbuster wants to be more than a DVD rental company, and its turning more to the web to build out its multi-channel offerings including online movie downloads through in-store kiosks as well as its web site.

    Posted 03/28/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Blockbuster wants to be more than a DVD rental company, and its turning more to the web to build out its multi-channel offerings including online movie downloads through in-store kiosks as well as its web site.
  • Online retailers take top honors in customer satisfaction survey

    Online retail’s score of 83 on a 100-point scale tied for first with breweries and electronics manufacturers in the American Consumer Satisfaction Index survey of more than 40 industries conducted by the University of Michigan. But retailers cannot rest on their laurels, says Larry Freed, CEO of ForeSee Results, which owns the patent to the ACSI technology for gauging consumer satisfaction.

    Posted 02/28/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Online retail’s score of 83 on a 100-point scale tied for first with breweries and electronics manufacturers in the American Consumer Satisfaction Index survey of more than 40 industries conducted by the University of Michigan. But retailers cannot rest on their laurels, says Larry Freed, CEO of…

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