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Amazon vs. Facebook: Which do buyers trust more?


by ckatarsky

In a battle between two of the biggest consumer-oriented sites, who do people most trust with their info?

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Amazon slashes cost of e-books — but is it good for the market?


by ckatarsky

Did a federal lawsuit just hand Amazon yet another competitive advantage in the e-book market?

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Refunds in exchange for positive product reviews, really?


by Renee Cocchi

Do online retailers really need to offer refunds in exchange for 5-star product reviews?

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Retailers with highest mobile satisfaction scores


by Renee Cocchi

 

 

It just makes sense that satisfied mobile shoppers are far more likely to make purchases and remain loyal than dissatisfied shoppers. So which retailers kept their mobile shoppers the happiest?

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Big news about Amazon.com


by Renee Cocchi

It seems that Amazon.com just lost another battle when it comes to not collecting sales tax. Here’s why:

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Black Friday sale on … NOW!


by Renee Cocchi

That’s right! One retailer has already started its Black Friday sale! Guess who?

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More bad press for Amazon!


by Renee Cocchi

Amazon has been in the news lately for spending millions to battle states that are insisting they collect sales tax. But now the online retail giant is in the news for something much worse.

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Top 10 fastest growing US retailers are …


by Renee Cocchi

So what does it take to make the National Retail Federation STORES Hot 100 Retailers list?

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Target is now king of its own domain!


by Renee Cocchi

While Target announced two years ago it was breaking ties with Amazon and would be handling its own website and fulfillment, it’s finally happened! But will Target be better off without Amazon?

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Is your company in good standing?


by Renee Cocchi

Want to know if your company has a good reputation? If so, you’ll want to check with the …

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eBay acquisition intensifies competition with Amazon


by Renee Cocchi

EBay has entered into a deal to buy GSI Commerce Inc., a digital marketing and e-commerce company, for $2.4 billion with the hopes of becoming the leading strategic global commerce partner for retailers and brands of all sizes.

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Online retail giant creates strategic alliance


by Renee Cocchi

To combat Google’s likely purchase of the daily-deal company Groupon, Amazon also is allying itself with a coupon company.

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Top 5 retailers who’ve taken social media to the max


by Renee Cocchi

Most retailers, whether online or brick-and-mortar stores, use social media in some way to promote their products/services or to create a relationship with their customers. But who does it best?

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Wal-Mart being challenged for the title of low-price leader


by Renee Cocchi

Wal-Mart has reigned supreme as the low-price leader of the retail industry for ages. But now another retailer is gunning for Wal-Mart’s title.

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Consumers’ favorite 50 e-retailers


by Renee Cocchi

STORES Media Favorite 50 Online Retailers survey reveals who consumers’ favorite e-retailers are and what they value in an e-retailer. Did your company make the cut? 

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Amazon eyes bigger sales with new iPhone barcode scanner


by Penelope Miller

One retailer is hoping a new iPhone app will drive up sales – and in a way you might never have imagined.

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