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  • Mobile

    Mobile

    Mobile commerce is growing quickly and this year's hot 10 mobile retailers are catering to consumers by deploying technologies and strategies—both on mobile commerce sites and apps—that make the most of mobile.

    Posted 12/03/2014Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Mobile commerce is growing quickly and this year's hot 10 mobile retailers are catering to consumers by deploying technologies and strategies—both on mobile commerce sites and apps—that make the most of mobile.
  • Retailers tackle their mobile to-do list

    Retailers tackle their mobile to-do list

    With m-commerce sales among Mobile 500 leaders soaring 80% this year, executives from Amazon, Wal-Mart, Peapod and others share how they juggle mobile priorities with the goal of providing the best shopping services to consumers sporting every sort of mobile device.

    Posted 10/01/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    With m-commerce sales among Mobile 500 leaders soaring 80% this year, executives from Amazon, Wal-Mart, Peapod and others share how they juggle mobile priorities with the goal of providing the best shopping services to consumers sporting every sort of mobile device.

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  • Smarter site search

    Smarter site search

    New technology better grasps consumers' intent and returns results that are more relevant and current.

    Posted 08/01/2013Amy DustoPost a comment

    New technology better grasps consumers' intent and returns results that are more relevant and current.
  • Taking it to the streets

    Taking it to the streets

    Wal-Mart and Procter & Gamble embrace scan-and-shop mobile commerce in street effort.

    Posted 07/02/2012Katie EvansPost a comment

    Wal-Mart and Procter & Gamble embrace scan-and-shop mobile commerce in street effort.
  • In search of the next hot item, Wal-Mart whips up a competition via YouTube

    In search of the next hot item, Wal-Mart whips up a competition via YouTube

    Wal-Mart's own think tank, @WalMartLabs, is inviting consumers to compete with new product ideas submitted on YouTube videos. Winners will get a change to sell their products on Walmart.com.

    Posted 02/01/2012Zak StamborPost a comment

    Wal-Mart's own think tank, @WalMartLabs, is inviting consumers to compete with new product ideas submitted on YouTube videos. Winners will get a change to sell their products on Walmart.com.
  • Wal-Mart's new pitch: Order online, pick up at a store within four hours

    Wal-Mart's new pitch: Order online, pick up at a store within four hours

    Just in time for barbecues, household projects and gear-buying plans for summer vacations, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will make its Pick Up Today program available at stores nationwide for orders placed on Walmart.com.

    Posted 03/31/2011Allison EnrightPost a comment

    Just in time for barbecues, household projects and gear-buying plans for summer vacations, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will make its Pick Up Today program available at stores nationwide for orders placed on Walmart.com.
  • Many Masters

    Many Masters

    There's little uniformity in rules across web marketplaces, forcing retailers to choose which ones are worth the trouble.

    Posted 03/01/2011Zak Stambor1 comments

    There's little uniformity in rules across web marketplaces, forcing retailers to choose which ones are worth the trouble.
  • Who's watching?

    Ad networks, that’s who. They’re tracking online consumers more closely than ever. A backlash could curtail an effective marketing tactic.

    Posted 10/01/2010Zak StamborPost a comment

    Ad networks, that’s who. They’re tracking online consumers more closely than ever. A backlash could curtail an effective marketing tactic.
  • Making their move

    Buy.com, Sears.com and Walmart.com aim to replicate the marketplace success of Amazon and eBay.

    Posted 09/01/2010Zak StamborPost a comment

    Buy.com, Sears.com and Walmart.com aim to replicate the marketplace success of Amazon and eBay.

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