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  • Newegg debuts gaming content site GameCrate

    / E-Retailers

    Newegg debuts gaming content site GameCrate

    The consumer electronics e-retailer says it expects the site will drive a boost in gaming product sales among Newegg customers.

    Posted 03/28/2014Allison EnrightPost a comment

    The consumer electronics e-retailer says it expects the site will drive a boost in gaming product sales among Newegg customers.

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  • Newegg takes cues from Apple in its new iOS 7 app

    / Mobile Commerce

    Newegg takes cues from Apple in its new iOS 7 app

    The retailer revamped the app’s look and functionality based on the latest updates Apple released to its mobile operating system. It also added mobile-exclusive deals.

    Posted 02/27/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    The retailer revamped the app’s look and functionality based on the latest updates Apple released to its mobile operating system. It also added mobile-exclusive deals.

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  • West meets East

    / E-Retailers

    West meets East

    Big challenges aren’t preventing U.S. companies from staking a claim in China, now the world’s largest national e-commerce market, according to the newly published China 500. They’re diving into a market that is exploding, but that’s also very different from online retailing in the U.S.

    Posted 02/27/2014Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Big challenges aren’t preventing U.S. companies from staking a claim in China, now the world’s largest national e-commerce market, according to the newly published China 500. They’re diving into a market that is exploding, but that’s also very different from online retailing in the U.S.

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  • How Google Plus helps Top 1000 retailers boost click-through rates

    / E-Retailers

    How Google Plus helps Top 1000 retailers boost click-through rates

    Around 43% of Top 1000 retailers include the +1 button on product pages. Including ‘+1’ data in paid search ads increases click-through rates by 10-15%, according to Google. Some retailers say they’ve also noticed a lift in organic search rankings and clicks.

    Posted 02/21/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    Around 43% of Top 1000 retailers include the +1 button on product pages. Including ‘+1’ data in paid search ads increases click-through rates by 10-15%, according to Google. Some retailers say they’ve also noticed a lift in organic search rankings and clicks.

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  • Newegg launches a Canadian marketplace

    / Marketing

    Newegg launches a Canadian marketplace

    The Newegg Canada Marketplace offers general merchandise from only Canadian sellers with local distribution, the retailer says.

    Posted 02/19/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    The Newegg Canada Marketplace offers general merchandise from only Canadian sellers with local distribution, the retailer says.

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  • Tech e-retailer Newegg plans a new showcase for gaming products

    / E-Retailers

    Tech e-retailer Newegg plans a new showcase for gaming products

    A new section of Newegg.com, GameBase, will launch next week with lots of content and social features, as well as the opportunity to buy video games and related products. It’s part of technology e-retailer's strategy of tailoring its web content to consumer context, says chief marketing officer Soren Mills.

    Posted 02/11/2014Don DavisPost a comment

    A new section of Newegg.com, GameBase, will launch next week with lots of content and social features, as well as the opportunity to buy video games and related products. It’s part of technology e-retailer's strategy of tailoring its web content to consumer context, says chief marketing officer…

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  • Newegg gives a ‘Premier’ answer to Amazon’s Prime

    / Technology

    Newegg gives a ‘Premier’ answer to Amazon’s Prime

    The consumer electronics retailer has launched a membership program for customers to receive free, three-day shipping for select items, plus other perks, for $49.99 per year. Amazon Prime members receive free, two-day shipping on many items for $79 annually.

    Posted 02/07/2014Amy DustoPost a comment

    The consumer electronics retailer has launched a membership program for customers to receive free, three-day shipping for select items, plus other perks, for $49.99 per year. Amazon Prime members receive free, two-day shipping on many items for $79 annually.

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  • Top e-retailers may be too lenient about customer password security

    / Technology

    Top e-retailers may be too lenient about customer password security

    A quarterly roundup of top retailers’ password policies and security measures shows that even top retailers like Amazon and Walmart aren’t doing enough to ensure that customers’ info is safely guarded by passwords.

    Posted 01/29/2014Madeline C. AndrePost a comment

    A quarterly roundup of top retailers’ password policies and security measures shows that even top retailers like Amazon and Walmart aren’t doing enough to ensure that customers’ info is safely guarded by passwords.

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  • The marketplace race

    The marketplace race

    Half of the top 10 U.S. e-retailers now invite other merchants to sell through their sites. Will the strategy help rivals slow down Amazon?

    Posted 01/06/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    Half of the top 10 U.S. e-retailers now invite other merchants to sell through their sites. Will the strategy help rivals slow down Amazon?

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  • E-retailers join the marketplace race

    / Marketing

    E-retailers join the marketplace race

    Top e-retailers have moved to open their own online marketplaces, a world dominated by Amazon and eBay. Internet Retailer looks at what is driving more retailers to try their hand at web marketplaces and what’s at stake for the new operators.

    Posted 12/30/2013Thad RueterPost a comment

    Top e-retailers have moved to open their own online marketplaces, a world dominated by Amazon and eBay. Internet Retailer looks at what is driving more retailers to try their hand at web marketplaces and what’s at stake for the new operators.

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