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  • / Technology

    The web becomes part of Valentine’s Day routines

    32% of consumers who visited flower, jewelry and gift sites in the two weeks before Valentine’s Day will buy gifts online, up from 20% last year, Gator reports. Nielsen/ NetRatings says flower, lingerie and greeting card sites experienced traffic spikes.

    Posted 02/14/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    32% of consumers who visited flower, jewelry and gift sites in the two weeks before Valentine’s Day will buy gifts online, up from 20% last year, Gator reports. Nielsen/ NetRatings says flower, lingerie and greeting card sites experienced traffic spikes.
  • / Technology

    Xchange lands $20.5 million in financing

    Xchange Inc., has received $20.5 million in financing from existing investors. Xchange provides customer relationship management and personalization services to companies doing business over the web.

    Posted 09/04/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Xchange Inc., has received $20.5 million in financing from existing investors. Xchange provides customer relationship management and personalization services to companies doing business over the web.
  • Xaffire releases new web site monitoring software

    Xaffire Inc., a developer of web site monitoring programs, has released Xaffire 4.0, software that gives online retailers the ability to capture, store and play back web user sessions in real time.

    Posted 04/07/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Xaffire Inc., a developer of web site monitoring programs, has released Xaffire 4.0, software that gives online retailers the ability to capture, store and play back web user sessions in real time.
  • / Technology

    Security software maker Symantec takes online sales in-house

    The maker of Norton computer security products has begun transitioning to its own e-commerce system, gradually moving away the platform of vendor Digital River, which has handled online sales for Symantec and stands to lose its largest customer.

    Posted 10/13/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    The maker of Norton computer security products has begun transitioning to its own e-commerce system, gradually moving away the platform of vendor Digital River, which has handled online sales for Symantec and stands to lose its largest customer.
  • / Marketing

    Free-shipping offer boosts e-mail response rate at Frederick’s of Hollywood

    Offers for free shipping have produced some of the best e-mail response rates for apparel retailer Frederick’s of Hollywood, driving up open and click-through rates above average, the retailer said at this week’s eTail 2005 conference.

    Posted 02/17/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Offers for free shipping have produced some of the best e-mail response rates for apparel retailer Frederick’s of Hollywood, driving up open and click-through rates above average, the retailer said at this week’s eTail 2005 conference.
  • / Technology

    VIGILANTe adds an open-source security scanner

    VIGILANTe`s SecureScan integrates Nessus to provide a more reliable security assessment service.

    Posted 02/26/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    VIGILANTe`s SecureScan integrates Nessus to provide a more reliable security assessment service.
  • Amazon launches a widget program with seven variations

    Amazon.com is in on the hottest trend in online retail marketing: widgets. But it’s not just a widget program, it’s several, including favorites lists as well as wish lists, general product lists, and video lists.

    Posted 09/17/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    Amazon.com is in on the hottest trend in online retail marketing: widgets. But it’s not just a widget program, it’s several, including favorites lists as well as wish lists, general product lists, and video lists.
  • / Technology

    Web 2.0 technologies leave sites vulnerable to attack

    The growing use of web 2.0 technologies by online retailers is making it easier for crooks to compromise trusted sites and gain access to customer information, according to the new Symantec Internet Security Threat Report.

    Posted 09/18/2007Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The growing use of web 2.0 technologies by online retailers is making it easier for crooks to compromise trusted sites and gain access to customer information, according to the new Symantec Internet Security Threat Report.
  • 50% of e-mail marketers cite deliverability issues

    A JupiterResearch report finds that e-mail marketers who take steps to improve delivery get results and marketers who use more tactics get better results. Sender accreditation is on the horizon.

    Posted 09/22/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    A JupiterResearch report finds that e-mail marketers who take steps to improve delivery get results and marketers who use more tactics get better results. Sender accreditation is on the horizon.
  • / Technology

    Filtering Web Use at Work

    With personal use of the Internet at work a brewing issue, software providers are bulking up offerings that allow network administrators to see what employees are up to on the web. The latest entry in that category is today's launch of Premium Group I, a software product from San Diego, Calif.-based Websense Inc., that lets IT administrators manage workers' access to banner ads and bandwidth-consuming Web sites. Installing the product into...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    With personal use of the Internet at work a brewing issue, software providers are bulking up offerings that allow network administrators to see what employees are up to on the web. The latest entry in that category is today's launch of Premium Group I, a software product from San Diego, Calif.…

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