SLI Systems is adding to its e-book catalogue with its latest release, the updated edition of the Big Book of Site Search Tips. The new book boasts extended information across all search options.
It’s a well understood phenomenon that many online sales are lost or refunded when customers can’t easily determine their perfect fit. Here’s how some cutting edge retailers are getting around this sizeable issue.
The three men behind the global mass customisation brand, tinyme.com, met with Power Retail for an exclusive interview. We discussed their passion for mass customisation, how the global re-brand went and what is the most uncommon name they have ever had to print on a backpack.
Google has recently announced that it would actively demote websites containing pirated material within its search engine rankings… except YouTube, of course.
A recent consumer survey reports that online shopping is continuing to go from strength-to-strength in New Zealand, and it’s no longer bargain hunters driving the trend.
US online retail giant Amazon reported a 96% slide in its Q2 earnings, positioning it $191 million shy of the profits it had achieved a year ago. Should this cause a run on Amazon shares?
Having started the venture in his parents’ garage six years ago, Ruslan Kogan has grown his consumer electronics offering into a globally recognised brand. Yesterday, Kogan says his store raked in over $1 million in sales for the first time.
Toll Group plans to roll out a new driver initiative, providing its last mile staff with the tools and training to survey and ‘sell’ to consumers. The plan is aimed at providing better service for pureplay online retailers, but is it truly feasible?
A new Performics study and infographic shows how Social Media is becoming a more common tool for people to engage with family, friends and brands.
Chris Morley might not be a retailer anymore, but his years of experience selling online means he knows what to look out for when delivering products to customers.