Well Fargo, First Data Offer Services

Share this article:
Financial services firm Wells Fargo & Co., San Francisco, in partnership with First Data Corp., Atlanta, an e-commerce and payment services company, this week began to sell services that allow small and mid-sized businesses to build e-commerce stores for themselves.


According to research firm Keenan Vision Inc., San Francisco, there is a lot of money to be made in this arena. The One-Stop eStore offering is part of the $205 billion bank's effort to increase its online presence to rival heavily trafficked sites such as Yahoo. However, Wells Fargo has no plans to run an ad campaign at this time, although it plans to start one by year-end.


Free until Nov. 15, One-Stop will then cost $200 for the initial fee and $49 per month or $99 per month thereafter, depending on the services required.
Share this article:

Sign up to our newsletters

Follow us on Twitter @dmnews

Latest Jobs:

More in Opinions

The One-to-One Future Is Now

The One-to-One Future Is Now

Editor-in-Chief Ginger Conlon offers her take on what it means to make an impact on the marketing industry.

Leading by (Poor) Example: Answers

Leading by (Poor) Example: Answers

The VP of marketing has been a little lax in his definition of the term "business expense" and it shows. See how our readers would handle this thorny situation.

Attention Marketing Consultants: Protect Yourselves

Attention Marketing Consultants: Protect Yourselves

A lot can go wrong when you're a marketing consultant—but there are plenty of ways to safeguard yourself if you're smart about it.