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  • / Marketing

    Navigation is top complaint about e-commerce sites, survey finds

    Poor navigation is the most common problem consumers face at e-commerce sites and the most common reason they go to a competing site, a survey by Harris Interactive for Tealeaf Technologies finds.

    Posted 09/17/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    Poor navigation is the most common problem consumers face at e-commerce sites and the most common reason they go to a competing site, a survey by Harris Interactive for Tealeaf Technologies finds.

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  • / Technology

    Sam’s Club gets into the online travel business with Expedia

    Sam`s Club, a division of Wal-Mart Stores, has hired online travel arrangements company Expedia.com to deliver travel bookings for Sam`s Club, giving Expedia access to Sam’s Club’s 47 million members.

    Posted 01/30/2007Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Sam`s Club, a division of Wal-Mart Stores, has hired online travel arrangements company Expedia.com to deliver travel bookings for Sam`s Club, giving Expedia access to Sam’s Club’s 47 million members.
  • / Technology

    Consumers are suspicious of how their online data is used, new survey says

    A new poll finds 82% of consumers are concerned about their credit card numbers being stolen online while 72% worry that their online behaviors are tracked and profiled. The poll is from Consumers Union’s Consumer Reports National Research Center.

    Posted 09/26/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    A new poll finds 82% of consumers are concerned about their credit card numbers being stolen online while 72% worry that their online behaviors are tracked and profiled. The poll is from Consumers Union’s Consumer Reports National Research Center.
  • / Technology

    Fanprice.com promotes new site with event ticket giveaway

    Following a soft launch in January, Fanprice.com, an online ticket-exchange vendor, will formally introduce its site with a 100-day ticket giveaway this weekend.

    Posted 05/20/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    Following a soft launch in January, Fanprice.com, an online ticket-exchange vendor, will formally introduce its site with a 100-day ticket giveaway this weekend.
  • / Marketing

    Bing ends its double cashback program earlier than planned

    Several retailers reported large spikes in traffic from consumers taking advantage of the double cashback offer, in which the retailer offered a rebate and Bing, Microsoft’s new search engine, matched it.

    Posted 08/27/2009Don DavisPost a comment

    Several retailers reported large spikes in traffic from consumers taking advantage of the double cashback offer, in which the retailer offered a rebate and Bing, Microsoft’s new search engine, matched it.
  • / E-Retailers

    TripAdvisor recruits executive from online discounter Smart Bargains

    Ken Surdan has joined TripAdvisor as senior vice president of technology and will lead the company’s engineering and I.T. teams. He had been chief operating officer and chief technology officer at online discount site Smart Bargains.

    Posted 11/05/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    Ken Surdan has joined TripAdvisor as senior vice president of technology and will lead the company’s engineering and I.T. teams. He had been chief operating officer and chief technology officer at online discount site Smart Bargains.
  • / Technology

    Web sites’ age is hurting performance for many retailers, analyst says

    A trend popping up among many online retailers is web site infrastructure that cannot accommodate the shopping experience expectations driven up by broadband and experienced shoppers, Meta Group analyst Gene Alvarez says.

    Posted 12/02/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    A trend popping up among many online retailers is web site infrastructure that cannot accommodate the shopping experience expectations driven up by broadband and experienced shoppers, Meta Group analyst Gene Alvarez says.
  • / Technology

    Britannica References mySimon

    mySimon inc., an online comparison shopping site, has formed a partnership with Britannica.com, that enables those searching Britannica.com's free reference site to link to Santa Clara, Calif.-based mySimon's shopping pages for products related too what they are looking up. For instance, the company says, when someone types in the search term "computers," Britannica.com will not only deliver the historical and technological information and news,...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    mySimon inc., an online comparison shopping site, has formed a partnership with Britannica.com, that enables those searching Britannica.com's free reference site to link to Santa Clara, Calif.-based mySimon's shopping pages for products related too what they are looking up. For instance, the…
  • / Technology

    Fandango.com does a retail dance with CDNow and AllPosters

    Movie-ticket site Fandango.com will offer links to CDNow, AllPosters and iSeatz so movie customers can buy soundtracks, videos or posters while they are visiting the site, or make dining reservations at nearby restaurants.

    Posted 03/04/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Movie-ticket site Fandango.com will offer links to CDNow, AllPosters and iSeatz so movie customers can buy soundtracks, videos or posters while they are visiting the site, or make dining reservations at nearby restaurants.
  • / Marketing

    MBNA Adds Shopping, Travel To Web Site

    MBNA Corp. has expanded the services of its Web site and renamed it MBNA.com. New services include the ability to open deposit accounts; plan and finance travel; and the ability to shop for products and services at 1,500 Internet merchants, including barnesandnoble.com, marthastewart.com, nordstrom.com and gap.com. Cardholders also can access their account information. Internet account access has been available for cardholders since April 1999,...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    MBNA Corp. has expanded the services of its Web site and renamed it MBNA.com. New services include the ability to open deposit accounts; plan and finance travel; and the ability to shop for products and services at 1,500 Internet merchants, including barnesandnoble.com, marthastewart.com, nordstrom.…

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