Archive for the 'Ecommerce News' Category

EBay’s New Top Rated Seller Plus Program!

Monday, August 27th, 2012

The Top-rated seller (TRS) program, is a program implemented by eBay to recognize sellers who consistently deliver a superior level of service to their buyers. As an easy way for buyers to recognize these kinds of sellers, eBay currently places a Top-rated seller badge next to each of the seller’s listings. In September of 2012, [...]

Take a Brief Survey and Enter Our Drawing!

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012

We are always looking for insight from online sellers and we have a brief survey and drawing underway. The drawing is a $300 Drawing (for Six $50 Gift Cards) and we would love to hear from online merchants! Complete one or both brief surveys, and we will send you the aggregated results, where you can [...]

Is Comparison Shopping Dead?

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

  The Early Days The late 90’s saw more than a few rises (and busts) in the Internet sector. One particular industry seemed to come out of nowhere and quickly made a name for itself: comparison-shopping. Names like NexTag, BizRate and PriceGrabber took the unorganized world of online retail shopping and listed it by price. [...]

Moving to the Cloud

Friday, August 19th, 2011

(Image Courtesy of mnsc) Retail has been ‘moving to the cloud’ for a long time: Amazon’s market capitalization had sailed past Target, Home Depot, Best Buy, and Costco by March of 2010, and just a few weeks ago, on July 27th, their market cap passed $100B. Now non-retail businesses and governmental organizations are headed for the [...]

What is F-Commerce and Why Should You Care?

Monday, June 6th, 2011

If you’re one of Facebook’s 650 million active users, you’ve seen some changes implemented into the site during your tenure there. Apps that integrate your Facebook with your Twitter, your iPhone and other tech gadgets were a huge hit with Facebook users.  Zynga, getting ready for an IPO, has done so thanks to its domination [...]

The Google +1 Button is Here!

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

There has been quite a bit of excitement over the +1 button, Google’s response to the Facebook Like button.  It was made available today for public usage and may worth a try. What is the Google +1 button? The purpose of the +1 button is for Google to continue to help its users discover the [...]