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  • W.W. Grainger surpasses $3 billion in e-commerce sales

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    W.W. Grainger surpasses $3 billion in e-commerce sales

    The retailer of products that companies use for maintenance, repair and operations—ranging from mops and screw drivers to electric power generators—says e-commerce is its fastest-growing and most profitable sales channel. “We will continue to invest in e-commerce,” says CEO Jim Ryan, who is a former head of Grainger’s e-commerce operations.

    Posted 01/24/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The retailer of products that companies use for maintenance, repair and operations—ranging from mops and screw drivers to electric power generators—says e-commerce is its fastest-growing and most profitable sales channel. “We will continue to invest in e-commerce,” says CEO Jim Ryan, who is…

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  • B2B e-commerce gets its own publication

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    B2B e-commerce gets its own publication

    Vertical Web Media LLC, publisher of Internet Retailer, launches this week a weekly newsletter, B2Bec News, that will cover how manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors are selling online to business, government and nonprofit clients. The new e-mail newsletter will report on B2B market trends, technology, site design, security, marketing strategies and company news.

    Posted 01/20/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    …manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors are selling online to business, government and nonprofit clients. The new e-mail newsletter will report on B2B market trends, technology, site design, security, marketing strategies and company news.

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  • B2B leaps onto the web

    B2B leaps onto the web

    Companies that got into e-commerce to serve business clients often find consumers anxious to buy as well. Serving two distinct customer sets requires new skills and technology that B2B e-commerce players are mastering.

    Posted 11/04/2013Paul DemeryPost a comment

    …-commerce to serve business clients often find consumers anxious to buy as well. Serving two distinct customer sets requires new skills and technology that B2B e-commerce players are mastering.

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  • Sponsored Special Report: Meeting the challenges of B2B e-commerce

    Businesses buying online want B2B e-commerce sites to be as appealing as consumer-facing sites.

    Posted 04/02/2014Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Businesses buying online want B2B e-commerce sites to be as appealing as consumer-facing sites.

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  • Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba builds its B2B business

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    Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba builds its B2B business

    Alibaba.com connects brands and retailers with factories in China and elsewhere. U.S. buyers have grown to 7 million from 2 million three years ago.

    Posted 04/15/2014Frank TongPost a comment

    Alibaba.com connects brands and retailers with factories in China and elsewhere. U.S. buyers have grown to 7 million from 2 million three years ago.
  • B2B marketers like SEO, but miss out on paid search

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    B2B marketers like SEO, but miss out on paid search

    Business-to-business e-commerce professionals most often cite search engine optimization, or raising a site’s position in natural search rankings, as being among their most important marketing tactics—but many are underusing paid search, Forrester Research reports.

    Posted 03/17/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Business-to-business e-commerce professionals most often cite search engine optimization, or raising a site’s position in natural search rankings, as being among their most important marketing tactics—but many are underusing paid search, Forrester Research reports.

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  • B2B companies show gains in key metrics

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    B2B companies show gains in key metrics

    From decreases in the number of abandoned shopping carts to increases in profit per order, companies report a general trend toward improved performance in several areas of business-to-business e-commerce operations, Forrester Research reports.

    Posted 03/25/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    From decreases in the number of abandoned shopping carts to increases in profit per order, companies report a general trend toward improved performance in several areas of business-to-business e-commerce operations, Forrester Research reports.
  • Signs point up for B2B e-commerce

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    Signs point up for B2B e-commerce

    More companies are buying online, and B2B sellers are investing in technology.

    Posted 11/21/2013Don DavisPost a comment

    More companies are buying online, and B2B sellers are investing in technology.

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  • A new way for brands to sell B2B gift cards in bulk

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    A new way for brands to sell B2B gift cards in bulk

    InComm handled $28 billion in gift card transaction volume last year. Now, with a new custom web site offering, it’s out to help brands sell more gift cards in bulk sales to corporate customers for employee incentive and customer loyalty programs.

    Posted 04/01/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    InComm handled $28 billion in gift card transaction volume last year. Now, with a new custom web site offering, it’s out to help brands sell more gift cards in bulk sales to corporate customers for employee incentive and customer loyalty programs.
  • Taking payments online through the Ariba Network

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    Taking payments online through the Ariba Network

    Arlington Computer Products, which provides computer hardware and services to businesses, is receiving payments faster from customers by using the new AribaPay online payment service through the Internet-based Ariba Network, Arlington says. It was the first company to receive payment via the new service.

    Posted 03/25/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Arlington Computer Products, which provides computer hardware and services to businesses, is receiving payments faster from customers by using the new AribaPay online payment service through the Internet-based Ariba Network, Arlington says. It was the first company to receive payment via the new…

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