Retailers are increasingly turning to editorial content to drive customer relationships, establish the voice of their brand and encourage repeat visits.
Facebook’s heavily anticipated initial public offering could raise up to $US10 billion and secure a market valuation of between $US75 and $US100 billion.
Talk of economic gloom has yet to quell e-commerce growth, with Mastercard Pulse predicting that online retail sales will reach $US200 billion in 2012.
Developing an online retail presence is hard enough, but some stores have found that even suppliers are trying to hold them back.
How can it be that shopping cart abandonment is still on the rise when many online stores have adopted sleeker processes to specifically avoid this? Charles Nicholls discovers why.
Amazon is the top retailer for customer service, according to the latest Customer’s Choice Survey by the National Retail Federation and American Express.
BigCommerce has launched an integration fund, rewarding developers with up to $20,000 per project. Time to get those applications in!
US toiletry e-tailer Ogomo.com has launched an innovative delivery service designed to help its air traveling consumers pack light and stay fresh.
Social commerce platform Payvment drew one million active shoppers in December, putting a rest to debates about the place of Facebook in online retail.
Furniture e-tailer Evolvex allows customers to play an intimate part in the the design process by drawing on the potential of mass customisation.