The technology is there, but brands need consumer trust, and adoption, for mobile payment apps and drones to become realities.
The retailer's Like2Buy page guides Instagram followers from snap to shop.
Amazon led online retail's holiday surge, along with other third-party marketplaces like Google Shopping and Newegg.
It indicates it's serious about the retail business, charging $95 a year for deliveries to Amazon Prime's $99.
Optimove, a retention marketing company focused on the gaming industry, announces a version of its software aimed at e-commerce companies.
Craig Hayman directed SaaS solutions for e-commerce during his 15-year career at Big Blue.
The global fashion retailer relies on multivariate testing to stay on trend with its consumers across channels.
Customer satisfaction with online retail is at the lowest level in 12 years, though overall retail satisfaction continues to rise.
The e-commerce giant may be losing up to $2 billion on its Amazon Prime loyalty program.
IBM reports that Cyber Monday sales are up 20% over 2012; Adobe says mobile purchases soared by 80%.
The Time Inc. publication condenses content and ecommerce into a single mobile page
Motorcycle Superstore travels its own road with its in-house ecommerce platform. However it still needs a powerful analytics engine to power customers down the purchase path.
DMA, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and other associations joined forces in filing an amicus brief in the controversial class-action lawsuit likely to impact Internet commerce practices.
How the high-tech leader got its marketing and tech teams to rally around a common goal
More than just marketing in the channels customers use, marketers should provide purchase ability, as well.
As Acer moves forward, it's refined its banner ad strategies.
Hertz Corporation relaunched websites use responsive web design to improve the customer experience across channels.
Google analyzes the middle ground between where online ends and offline begins.
The opening of Japan-based clothing retailer Uniqlo's first ecommerce site earlier this week signaled yet another step in the company's plans for aggressive North American expansion.
A new study finds that search, email, and direct visits remain the chief conduits for online purchasers. Fewer than 1% of transactions can be traced to social links.
NetSuite announced August 3 the signing of three new accounts—Hydro Flask, Solio, and X-1 headphones—at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City.
Expand2Web has partnered with Cashie Commerce to launch an integrated e-commerce plug-in on its website offerings.
Tesco has proverbial shopping carts full of data about its customers — and the U.K.-based grocery chain just announced it's going to really start using it.
Can online social media drive sales in real life?
Following former CEO Scott Thompson's departure, restructuring is on the agenda for Yahoo.
NetSuite announced the SuiteCommerce platform at its SuiteWorld 2012 conference in San Francisco. The platform, which connects companies' CRM to ERP, is the first of its kind, said CEO Zach Nelson during his May 15 keynote address.
Sephora launched a personalized, targeted website, mobile site and targeted in-store experience and integrated Pinterest fully into their e-commerce platform on April 9, said Bridget Dolan, VP of interactive media at the company.
The controversy surrounding the collection of online sales tax isn't new, but the renewed fervor buzzing around it is.
Arby's today became the latest member of Plink, a loyalty program that gives restaurant consumers Facebook credits for their real-life purchases, said Peter Vogel, Plink's cofounder and head of sales and business development.
I love you, H&M. I really do. From your inexpensive hipster-esque flats to your cotton dresses that shrink up oh-so perfectly in the dryer to fit my short frame, it's all great. Truly it is.
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