When does the sheer amount of ‘stuff’ in an online store become too much? Reducing the amount of decision making a customer has to undergo can really help streamline how easy it is for a customer to do what they need to do.
Facebook is testing out a new news feed option that shows a unified view of items on sale across user groups and adds the ability to search public groups.
Investing in the latest cloud-based supply chain technologies is imperative if retailers want to compete and survive in the changing online retail landscape, as Mark Troselj reports.
With tomorrow being Good Friday, our usual end-of-the-week lighter side article has been pushed forward one day. And what better way to spend it than to re-examine some of the best takes on April Fools’ Day from Aussie retailers this year.
It’s with a heavy heart that I have to announce Power Retail’s departure from the world of online retail and e-commerce this morning.
Canadian shoppers were greeted over the weekend with the news that yet another major retail brand was disappearing, in developments that may be of concern to Australian retailers.
The largest player in a market considerably disruptive to traditional media outlets, streaming video on demand service Netflix launched in Australia overnight.
Day Two of the E-Commerce Conference and Expo in Melbourne began with an impassioned fire-and-brimstone presentation from SiteTuners’ Tim Ash, who spoke about the pressing need for retailers to cater to customers who were ‘ignorant, impatient and uncaring – exactly the opposite of retailers’.
The annual E-Commerce Conference and Expo was as always an invaluable experience for anyone looking to improve their online retail offering, in a bustling but surprisingly intimate setting.
Improved delivery services, faster fulfilment and more competitive prices are the weapons with which the war for online grocery retail is being fought.