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Click Mania Launched by Click Frenzy

The team behind Click Frenzy has unveiled Click Mania, Australia's newest online shopping destination, an eye-catching year-round bonanza of offers.

By Samantha Youl | 04 Dec 2013
Infographic - Where are the Retailers Spending Marketing Budgets?

Twice a year, eTail conference organisers survey leading retailers to uncover the how they spend the marketing budget. The 2013 report has just been released.

By Samantha Youl | 04 Oct 2012
Infographic - Is This the Death of SEO?

A infographic released yesterday by Search Engine Land explains why numerous people believe SEO to be dead. But are these people right or are they wrong?

By Samantha Youl | 03 Oct 2012
Zappos is PinPointing Value

Zappos Labs research team has found out just how valuable social media sharing can be. Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter were analysed to determine which delivered the highest in business value.

By Samantha Youl | 31 Aug 2012
E-Commerce is the Popular Choice for US Mums

How often is your mum using a smartphone or tablet? In America mums are using their smart phones or tablets to access e-commerce, social media and product information.

By Samantha Youl | 30 Aug 2012
E-Commerce Events - Shoptalk; ChannelAdvisor Insite; KickStart

Want to know what is happening in the world of e-commerce? Then you better put these dates in your diary, as these e-commerce events are not to be missed!

By Samantha Youl | 29 Aug 2012
PowerBuys and McKnights Join the Winning Group

Winning Group is set to grow even larger with its latest acquisition. Today it was announced that Winning Group has acquired PowerBuys and McKnights Corporate.

By Samantha Youl | 28 Aug 2012
SLI Systems - Updated Big Book of Site Search Tips

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.

By Samantha Youl | 28 Aug 2012
Billabong to be Revamped - Stores to Close, Online to Thrive

Australian surf brand, Billabong, is turning towards online sales in an attempt to save the company. With 82 bricks and mortar stores to be closed, an impressive online presence may be just what Billabong needs.

By Samantha Youl | 28 Aug 2012