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  • / Marketing

    Macy`s Direct doesn’t want to leave its AOL customers out

    Macy’s Direct unveils new AOL HTML messaging capabilities with its partner CheetahMail Inc. to enable AOL customers to view graphic-rich e-mails.

    Posted 06/11/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Macy’s Direct unveils new AOL HTML messaging capabilities with its partner CheetahMail Inc. to enable AOL customers to view graphic-rich e-mails.
  • / Technology

    In an attempt to reclaim users and revenue, AOL likely to drop fees

    After losing subscribers and about $200 billion in market value, AOL likely will transform its entire business model to become a free, advertising-driven web portal and e-mail service to compete with the likes of Yahoo, Google, MySpace and others.

    Posted 07/27/2006Bill BriggsPost a comment

    After losing subscribers and about $200 billion in market value, AOL likely will transform its entire business model to become a free, advertising-driven web portal and e-mail service to compete with the likes of Yahoo, Google, MySpace and others.
  • / Technology

    Consumers value phone and e-mail over online self-service, Jupiter says

    Consumers value phone or e-mail contact over online self-service, especially for complex inquiries such as follow-up questions after a purchase, according to a recent study from Jupiter Research.

    Posted 02/20/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Consumers value phone or e-mail contact over online self-service, especially for complex inquiries such as follow-up questions after a purchase, according to a recent study from Jupiter Research.
  • / Marketing

    AOL Big Deal To Amazon

    Amazon.com and America Online Inc. have announced a promotional alliance under which Amazon.com's products will be available across several AOL brands. This agreement extends the companies' prior marketing alliance, established in 1997. The alliance makes Dulles, Va.-based AOL Amazon.com's largest online partner, the companies say. Through this extended alliance, Amazon.com will be widely available across AOL.Com, Netscape Netcenter and...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Amazon.com and America Online Inc. have announced a promotional alliance under which Amazon.com's products will be available across several AOL brands. This agreement extends the companies' prior marketing alliance, established in 1997. The alliance makes Dulles, Va.-based AOL Amazon.com's largest…
  • / Technology

    AOL e-mail system is up and running following system failure

    AOL resumed e-mail service at 3 a.m., EST, following a system crash yesterday morning that left millions of messages stuck in a queue. The company asked e-mailers to stagger messages today.

    Posted 06/02/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    AOL resumed e-mail service at 3 a.m., EST, following a system crash yesterday morning that left millions of messages stuck in a queue. The company asked e-mailers to stagger messages today.
  • / Marketing

    Home Channel Debuts on AOL

    America Online, Inc. has launched a new House & Home Channel Ð a resource that will provide tools, content and e commerce solutions to homeowners seeking information and advice on home management. The site features content from Homestore.com, Inc., a group of home-focused web sites that offer home building, buying, remodeling and relocation information, under an agreement announced earlier this year. "More and more home owners and mangers are...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    America Online, Inc. has launched a new House & Home Channel Ð a resource that will provide tools, content and e commerce solutions to homeowners seeking information and advice on home management. The site features content from Homestore.com, Inc., a group of home-focused web sites that offer home…
  • / Technology

    eBay continues to lead in home-based visits to shopping sites

    eBay led all online shopping sites in terms of unique visitors from home-based computers for the week ended Dec. 28, Nielsen/NetRatings reports. With 16.9 million visitors, it more than doubled the 7.7 million visitors to second-ranked Amazon.

    Posted 01/09/2004Paul DemeryPost a comment

    eBay led all online shopping sites in terms of unique visitors from home-based computers for the week ended Dec. 28, Nielsen/NetRatings reports. With 16.9 million visitors, it more than doubled the 7.7 million visitors to second-ranked Amazon.
  • / Marketing

    AOL goes on the offensive to clear up the ‘paid e-mail’ confusion

    In an effort to clear up mass confusion, AOL spells out the details of its new certified e-mail offering—including the fact that it is optional and that it is considering using more than one e-mail reputation company.

    Posted 02/24/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    In an effort to clear up mass confusion, AOL spells out the details of its new certified e-mail offering—including the fact that it is optional and that it is considering using more than one e-mail reputation company.
  • / Technology

    NextCard Lists Top Sites in August

    NextCard today released the NextCard eCommerce Index for August that shows consumer spending over the Internet. Overall merchant movement in the Index was limited but summer travel planning stood out. Basic goods providers such as gas, groceries and phone service continued to perform well. Priceline Gas and Priceline Air Tickets posted strong gains in the Index, along with long distance providers AOL Long Distance and BigZoo. ãConsumers are...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    NextCard today released the NextCard eCommerce Index for August that shows consumer spending over the Internet. Overall merchant movement in the Index was limited but summer travel planning stood out. Basic goods providers such as gas, groceries and phone service continued to perform well.…
  • / E-Retailers

    SmartBargains closes new $9 million round of funding

    SmartBargains will use an additional $9 million in funding as working capital to finance growth. With the addition of portal deals with MSN and AOL, SmartBargains anticipates an instant 25% traffic spike.

    Posted 08/26/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    SmartBargains will use an additional $9 million in funding as working capital to finance growth. With the addition of portal deals with MSN and AOL, SmartBargains anticipates an instant 25% traffic spike.

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