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  • How Blooms Today’s e-mail marketing flowers with sales, number of addresses

    Floral retailer Blooms Today has earned a return-on-investment of 1,200% and expanded its list of customer e-mail addresses using e-mail marketing software implemented in April, the retailer says.

    Posted 08/31/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Floral retailer Blooms Today has earned a return-on-investment of 1,200% and expanded its list of customer e-mail addresses using e-mail marketing software implemented in April, the retailer says.
  • / Technology

    Top 3 online flower sites have a lock on the market, Hitwise reports

    1-800-Flowers.com was clearly the number 1 flower site, earning 18.72% of all visits to flowers and gifts sites for the week ending May 10. In a strong second place was FTD.com, with 13.87% of all visits, followed by Proflowers.com, with 10.94%.

    Posted 05/16/2003Paul DemeryPost a comment

    1-800-Flowers.com was clearly the number 1 flower site, earning 18.72% of all visits to flowers and gifts sites for the week ending May 10. In a strong second place was FTD.com, with 13.87% of all visits, followed by Proflowers.com, with 10.94%.
  • / Press Release

    SHOP.COM Adds New Merchants to Growing List of Partners

    NEW YORK, NY, NOVEMBER 03, 2008 (AD TECH) - SHOP.COM (booth # 2217), the destination comparison shopping engine designed for women, announced today at ad:tech New York, 43 new merchants, including Williams Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Land`s End and Overstock.com, joining the site`s CPC (cost-per-click) and CPO (cost-per-order) programs. SHOP.COM`s new merchant partners further SHOP.COM`s already extensive offering of products and brands. From luxury...

    Posted 11/04/2008

    NEW YORK, NY, NOVEMBER 03, 2008 (AD TECH) - SHOP.COM (booth # 2217), the destination comparison shopping engine designed for women, announced today at ad:tech New York, 43 new merchants, including Williams Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Land`s End and Overstock.com, joining the site`s CPC (cost-per-click)…
  • / Press Release

    Pepperjam Network Announces 175 New Affiliate Program Launches in First Quarter 2008

    WILKES-BARRE, Pa. , April 2, 2008- Pepperjam, the fastest growing full-service internet marketing agency in the United States, announced today that Pepperjam Network, the company`s much talked about next generation affiliate marketing network launched 175 new affiliate programs during the first quarter of 2008, including New Line Cinema, Sesame Street, LifeLock, BabyPhat, Rocawear, RealtyTrac, Jelly Belly, Teleflora, Video Professor, NetShops,...

    Posted 04/07/2008

    …affiliate programs during the first quarter of 2008, including New Line Cinema, Sesame Street, LifeLock, BabyPhat, Rocawear, RealtyTrac, Jelly Belly, Teleflora, Video Professor, NetShops,...
  • / Press Release

    SHOP.COM Certifies Channel Intelligence for Product Data Integration

    Channel Intelligence to Help Expand Number of Merchants in SHOP.COM Marketplace MONTEREY, Calif., May 3, 2006 – SHOP.COM (www.SHOP.COM), the destination online marketplace where consumers enjoy one-stop shopping from thousands of trusted brands using a single account, today announced that Channel Intelligence, Inc., has been certified to provide product data integration services on behalf of its merchants and improve the quality of their...

    Posted 05/04/2006

    Channel Intelligence to Help Expand Number of Merchants in SHOP.COM Marketplace MONTEREY, Calif., May 3, 2006 – SHOP.COM (www.SHOP.COM), the destination online marketplace where consumers enjoy one-stop shopping from thousands of trusted brands using a single account, today announced that Channel…
  • Sponsored Case Study by Channel Intelligence

    SITUATION Teleflora, the world`s leading floral service and products company based in Los Angeles, CA, knew they wanted more out of their comparison shopping engine (CSE) marketing programs. The company wanted to achieve better product visibility and higher conversion rates from the CSEs. CHALLENGES Teleflora was managing their CSE data feeds in-house and functionally things were going well, but felt more could be done to improve their data...

    Posted 06/28/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Teleflora, the world`s leading floral service and products company based in Los Angeles, CA, knew they wanted more out of their comparison shopping engine (CSE) marketing programs. The company wanted to achieve better product visibility and higher conversion rates from the CSEs. CHALLENGES Teleflora
  • It’s Valentine’s Day and shoppers are in love--with the web

    The number of online orders for the two-week period leading up to Valentine`s Day on Feb. 14 surged 55% this year, to over 25 million from 16 million last year, while the value of sales rose 30%, to $2.7 billion from $2.1 billion, BizRate.com reports.

    Posted 02/27/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    The number of online orders for the two-week period leading up to Valentine`s Day on Feb. 14 surged 55% this year, to over 25 million from 16 million last year, while the value of sales rose 30%, to $2.7 billion from $2.1 billion, BizRate.com reports.
  • / Technology

    E-commerce platform company LaGarde gets a new CEO

    Joe Whalen, former CFO and chief operating officer of Freightquote.com, has been named president and CEO of LaGarde, the provider of the StoreFront e-commerce platform.

    Posted 06/05/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Joe Whalen, former CFO and chief operating officer of Freightquote.com, has been named president and CEO of LaGarde, the provider of the StoreFront e-commerce platform.
  • Saks Direct names a president

    / E-Retailers

    Saks Direct names a president

    Michael Burgess will take over the e-commerce arm of Saks Fifth Avenue.

    Posted 04/04/2012Thad RueterPost a comment

    Michael Burgess will take over the e-commerce arm of Saks Fifth Avenue.

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  • Flag on the play

    / Marketing

    Flag on the play

    Super Bowl TV ads generated online buzz, but some companies fumbled in their digital plays, one analyst says. Focused on brand building, few retailers successfully promoted their online presences, missing out on deeper engagement with consumers.

    Posted 02/07/2011Allison EnrightPost a comment

    Super Bowl TV ads generated online buzz, but some companies fumbled in their digital plays, one analyst says. Focused on brand building, few retailers successfully promoted their online presences, missing out on deeper engagement with consumers.

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