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Three in Four Merchants to be Retargeting in 2011

Online remarketing techniques have been a hot topic of debate in recent weeks, including our own take on The Cost of Retargeting . Retargeted advertising has been the hot-button issue for marketers and consumers alike, but a new study...

Emerging E-Payment Providers

With the advent of mobile commerce technologies and increasingly higher standards regarding consumer data transmission and storage, the online payments industry is one of the most rapidly evolving areas of e-commerce. Today’s...

Facebook Teams with Target to Sell Virtual Gift Cards

Shoppers at Target this weekend will be seeing the first Facebook Credits gift cards, which the retailer will be selling for $15, $25 and $50 starting on Sunday. Facebook is launching the sale of its virtual currency at the 1,750 U...

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The Head of the Back-to-School Class

The calendar is winding down on the multitude of back-to-school promotions, but the Labor Day weekend and following week historically generate some of the year’s best sales for merchants dealing in fashion, electronics and other...

Online Shoppers Want One Thing This Holiday Season

E-commerce merchants who are still unsure of what consumers want this holiday season can direct their efforts toward providing user reviews, security verification and fair pricing. In a word, 2010 holiday shoppers are looking for online...

Designing to be The Best

Web users have options -- thousands of them. It's one of the reasons the Web is so useful but also one of the great challenges of Web business. How do you make sure your site is the one that stands out amid the rest and that users...

Alibaba's U.S. Expansion Aims to Benefit Small Retailers

Alibaba, the largest e-commerce operation in China, has made its second U.S. acquisition in as many months. Both are part of an ambitious expansion of Alibaba’s e-commerce marketplace, AliExpress.com, and both should create new...

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eBay Eliminating Third-party Checkout Solutions in 2011

In a move that should help facilitate the onset of mobile commerce for buyers and sellers alike, eBay announced today that it will no longer support third-party checkout solutions beginning on June 30, 2011. The statement from eBay...

Visa, MasterCard Jockeying for Mobile Payments Position

Two of the largest global credit card companies made separate moves toward wireless payment solutions, further proof that mobile payment processing continues to be one of the biggest developments in recent e-commerce memory. Visa,...

Groupon's GAP in Judgment

Yesterday, Groupon launched its first national deal, teaming up with clothing retailer the Gap and spawning hundreds of thousands of sales. Early reports showed that Groupon, the crowd-sourced coupon dealer, was selling 534 Gap coupons...

Yahoo! Adds New Features for Store Owners

Yahoo! store owners are noticing some new features this week when they sign into Store Manager, the first phase of a beta launch announced Thursday on the Yahoo! Store Blog. Yahoo! is introducing mostly buyer-facing features at this...

Online Holiday Shoppers Already Revving Their Engines

E-commerce merchants who wait until November to launch their holiday promotions may miss out on as much as 65 percent of online consumers who have either begun their shopping already or plan to begin between now and October. Many retailers...

PayPal May Have a Big Solution for Micropayments

The micropayments space – while filled with promise for online businesses and consumers alike – has thus far generated more discussion than results. Friday’s announcement that PayPal intends to launch its own small...

Holiday Marketer Report Calls for Merchant Mobilization

The 2010 Holiday Marketer Report has been released by Experian, which is predicting mobile and social platforms to have their biggest impact yet on holiday sales. Experian also forecasts a modest growth of between 1 and 2 percent in...

Sears Expands Local Marketplace for Merchants

Merchants in the New York City, Washington D.C., Boston and Chicago areas will have an opportunity to sell products through Sears.com’s Local Marketplace, the retailer has announced. Partners in the program will have the ability...

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